SC7: Free Thabo, Road Defense and Rookie All-Star History
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SC7: Free Thabo, Road Defense and Rookie All-Star History

January 5th, 2018 | by Dan Clayton
Welcome to a very rookie-heavy edition of the weekly Salt City Seven. Donovan Mitchell is central to more than have of the week’s sections, and with good reason. The 21-year-old is now leading the Jazz (and the rookie...
SC7: Help Coming From the Schedule? (Plus Six More Jazz Bits)
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SC7: Help Coming From the Schedule? (Plus Six More Jazz Bits)

December 30th, 2017 | by Dan Clayton
There isn’t a ton of good news to discuss in this last Salt City Seven of 2017. The Jazz have been in their deepest and most protracted funk of the season, but as we cover in the main section today, things might be about to...
SC7: Another Season Defined by Injuries, Contract Stuff, Tribute & More
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SC7: Another Season Defined by Injuries, Contract Stuff, Tribute & More

December 23rd, 2017 | by Dan Clayton
Whew, that was a lot of basketball. Since the last installment of the Salt City Seven, the Utah Jazz completed their first 5-games-in-7-nights stretch of the season. They’ve had two different 5-in-8 sprints, and a number of...
SC7: Trade Likelihood Rankings & Six Other Bits of Jazz Stuff
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SC7: Trade Likelihood Rankings & Six Other Bits of Jazz Stuff

December 15th, 2017 | by Dan Clayton
Despite having just two games since our last installment of the Salt City Seven, this was an eventful week in Jazzland. The losing streak continued, players coming back from injury exacerbated the ongoing lineup discussions and...
SC7: Weighing Options for a Trio of Utah Starters + Six Other Jazz-Related Bits
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SC7: Weighing Options for a Trio of Utah Starters + Six Other Jazz-Related Bits

December 8th, 2017 | by Dan Clayton
The tough part of the Utah Jazz’s December is decidedly underway. After opening the month with a pair of convincing home wins, Utah dropped back to the .500 with back-to-back losses to the Thunder and...
SC7: Long December, How Good Are the Jazz, Passing History & More
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SC7: Long December, How Good Are the Jazz, Passing History & More

December 1st, 2017 | by Dan Clayton
If it feels like we just did this, it’s because, well, we kind of just did this. The holiday moved last week’s Salt City Seven column back a couple of days, which means this edition covers a shorter period than usual....
Salt City Seven (& Then Some): Scoring, Passing, 3 Game Balls & More
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Salt City Seven (& Then Some): Scoring, Passing, 3 Game Balls & More

November 27th, 2017 | by Dan Clayton
Normally we gather here every week to relive the stories and games from seven days in Jazzland. Because of the holiday, you get bonus coverage this week. Here are the big stories, key numbers, awesome plays and superb...
Down Five Players, Jazz Can’t Stop Nets in a 118-107 Loss
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Down Five Players, Jazz Can’t Stop Nets in a 118-107 Loss

November 18th, 2017 | by Dan Clayton
  The Jazz suffered their sixth straight road loss on Friday night for a lot of different reasons: porous defense, not enough players breaking the paint, and an overall energy deficit. But the fair place to start in picking...
Salt City Seven: Outside In, Playoff Chances, Midtown Mitchell & More
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Salt City Seven: Outside In, Playoff Chances, Midtown Mitchell & More

November 16th, 2017 | by Dan Clayton
The struggles continue for the Jazz, who since our last Salt City Seven lost three more games and—more importantly—their best player. In this week’s modular recap of all-things-Jazz, we dissect the recent struggles a...
Late Mistakes, Loose Balls Doom Jazz in New York
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Late Mistakes, Loose Balls Doom Jazz in New York

November 16th, 2017 | by Dan Clayton
The Utah Jazz got a season-best scoring outburst from Rodney Hood on Wednesday, and Donovan Mitchell got a memorable Madison Square Garden debut. Neither, though, got when they came to Manhattan for: a first road win of the...