Future Finance Watch Part II: 2017-18
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Future Finance Watch Part II: 2017-18

September 7th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Let’s continue our look ahead into the Jazz’s dozens of contingency options and an ever-changing cap sheet. As covered in part one of this two-part look, Utah has definitely given itself a number of different...
Future Finance Watch Part I: This Season and Next
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Future Finance Watch Part I: This Season and Next

September 5th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Cap space doesn’t score buckets, and financial flexibility has never hoisted a Larry O’Brien Trophy. The value of keeping financial doors open is limited to the sum of what teams are able to do in leveraging that...
Gleaning Clues From August Jazz Gossip
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Gleaning Clues From August Jazz Gossip

August 20th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
To look at the Utah Jazz’s current roster, it’s been a summer without much change. Outside of some training camp hopefuls, everybody under contract as of this writing was either already in the organization or had NBA...
Who’s the Starting PG for the 2015-16 Jazz?
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Who’s the Starting PG for the 2015-16 Jazz?

August 11th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Any discussion of Dante Exum’s knee injury has to start here: what a disappointing turn for Dante himself. The 20-year-old was excited to keep building on his early successes, and 2015-16 was supposed to be an important...
Summer Ball: Your Guide to the Jazz’s FIBA Connections
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Summer Ball: Your Guide to the Jazz’s FIBA Connections

August 3rd, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
If October 4 seems like too long to wait to watch some of your favorite Jazz players in action, don’t worry. FIBA is there for you. Just like last year, several Utah Jazz players have summer basketball plans with their...
Trade Trails: The Gifts that Keep on Giving
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Trade Trails: The Gifts that Keep on Giving

July 31st, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Without looking, take a wild guess at how many of the 18 Jazz players who have contracts for 2015-16 were acquired using Utah’s own picks. Go ahead, guess. I’ll wait… For a program that has ostensibly been built...
How D-League Rules Impact Jazz’s Roster Math
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How D-League Rules Impact Jazz’s Roster Math

July 16th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Rosters can fill up fast, even for teams who are deliberately passive in the free agent market — like the Utah Jazz. Despite not signing a single player they didn’t have free agent or draft rights to retain, Utah...
Chat Wrap: Free Agency, Cap & Trade
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Chat Wrap: Free Agency, Cap & Trade

June 30th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
  Let the craziness begin. There are just hours to go before NBA free agency, and you probably have questions. Whether or not the Utah Jazz wind up making a big splash with a major signing or summer trade, the conversation...
UPDATED: Jazz’s Spending Ability Depends on Decisions
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UPDATED: Jazz’s Spending Ability Depends on Decisions

June 25th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Updated: Since the Jazz kept their #12 pick and don’t sound like they’ll be shopping Trey Lyles, the following pre-draft article has been updated. Now, the maximum the Jazz could clear just by waiving non-guaranteed...
Pickonomics: The Market Value of Draft Ranges
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Pickonomics: The Market Value of Draft Ranges

June 18th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
The NBA is a strange little marketplace, especially in June. There are a finite number of actors — 30 — and it’s never entirely clear who’s buying versus selling. The merchandise is NBA talent, which as...