An Expert’s Perspective on the Jazz: An Interview with Chad Ford
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An Expert’s Perspective on the Jazz: An Interview with Chad Ford

December 7th, 2016 | by David J Smith
NBA fans all know Chad Ford, the long-time ESPN writer who is an NBA Draft guru. Few do it better than Ford, whose analysis has been a constant for years. His ESPN work only entails one aspect of his incredibly busy, fascinating...
Utah Jazz Predictions Roundup
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Utah Jazz Predictions Roundup

October 26th, 2016 | by David J Smith
Outside the Golden State Warriors, few teams had a better off-season than the Utah Jazz. They managed to add three savvy veterans in George Hill, Joe Johnson and Boris Diaw, all while retaining the entire rotation aside from...
Why Did The Jazz Sign Henry Sims?
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Why Did The Jazz Sign Henry Sims?

September 22nd, 2016 | by David J Smith
The Utah Jazz got one step closer to finalizing their training camp roster, inking veteran center Henry Sims. While this appears to be a simple, low-key camp invite, there may be a bit more to Sims than meets the eye. First, who...
The George Hill Impact
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The George Hill Impact

June 22nd, 2016 | by David J Smith
The NBA Draft is a day away, but the Utah Jazz can already count themselves among the winners. In a big, sneaky good move, general manager Dennis Lindsey and company helped broker a three-team trade with the Atlanta Hawks and...
What the Quin Snyder Extension Means
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What the Quin Snyder Extension Means

May 6th, 2016 | by David J Smith
In the summer of 2014, the Utah Jazz were facing a daunting off-season. For the first time in literally decades, the team was encountering something very unfamiliar: a hiring search for a new head coach. With Tyrone...
The Bench’s Role in the Utah Jazz’s Recent Success
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The Bench’s Role in the Utah Jazz’s Recent Success

March 23rd, 2016 | by David J Smith
During the forgettable skid following the All-Star break, the Jazz’s bench play was sporadic. There were nights where the lack of depth was astoundingly glaring. Poor shooting, a rash of turnovers and inconsistent efforts...
Mack Attack: Shelvin’s New Opportunity in Utah
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Mack Attack: Shelvin’s New Opportunity in Utah

March 2nd, 2016 | by David J Smith
Just two short weeks ago, all the Utah Jazz talk swirled around the impending trade deadline. While names like Jeff Teague, Jrue Holiday, George Hill and Ty Lawson were oft-mentioned by media members and fans alike, the team did...
The Jazz’s Forgotten Man: Jeff Withey
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The Jazz’s Forgotten Man: Jeff Withey

February 24th, 2016 | by David J Smith
Things are starting to really hum smoothly for the Utah Jazz. While they dropped a few heart-breakers of late, they have emerged victorious in nine of their past 12 outings. They look every bit the part of a Playoff team in the...
Portland’s Shooting and Rebounding Overshadow Shelvin Mack’s Utah Debut
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Portland’s Shooting and Rebounding Overshadow Shelvin Mack’s Utah Debut

February 21st, 2016 | by David J Smith
Any Utah Jazz fan who followed the team in the late 1980s and early 1990s can most likely recall clearly those painful battles with the Portland Trail Blazers. It felt like every 3-point shot Terry Porter. Clyde Drexler or Danny...
Shelvin Mack: the Newest Jazzman
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Shelvin Mack: the Newest Jazzman

February 18th, 2016 | by David J Smith
While the talk Wednesday night and Thursday morning centered around troubled Houston Rockets point guard Ty Lawson, the Utah Jazz ultimately passed on that possibility and went the more conservative route. As rumored,...