How Steph Curry Stole the Show
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How Steph Curry Stole the Show

February 3rd, 2014 | by Kyle Hunt
The Jerry Sloan retirement ceremony I attended at Energy Solutions Arena on Jan. 31 caused me to reflect on a number of painful truths, including how far the Jazz have fallen in just a few years.  Yes, the Jazz are focusing on...
JazzRank #11: Richard Jefferson
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JazzRank #11: Richard Jefferson

October 10th, 2013 | by Kyle Hunt
Not everyone is privileged enough to reach stardom in the NBA. For every Lebron James and Kobe Bryant that are able to easily mesmerize crowds with an array of nightly acrobatics, there are millions of young men who play out...
A Few Players the Jazz Would Love to Have Back
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A Few Players the Jazz Would Love to Have Back

September 22nd, 2013 | by Kyle Hunt
Everyone makes poor relationship decisions at one time or another. Whether it’s letting an unhealthy relationship go on too long or cutting a good thing short, we’ve all experienced the feelings of relief, nausea, and...
One Movie Line That Could Change History for the Utah Jazz
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One Movie Line That Could Change History for the Utah Jazz

September 15th, 2013 | by Kyle Hunt
The movie I’m thinking about is definitely one of the most popular sports flicks of all-time, though If you’re like me, you probably haven’t watched it more than once or twice in your entire life. Even if you haven’t seen...
Great Moments Get Remembered and Legends Never Die
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Great Moments Get Remembered and Legends Never Die

September 12th, 2013 | by Kyle Hunt
I remember holding my breath and leaning against the back of the couch for a moment, just to let the feeling settle in.  It’s not a usual occurrence, watching a defining moment of athletic greatness live on television. Did...
5 NBA Free Throw Routines Worth Remembering
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5 NBA Free Throw Routines Worth Remembering

September 8th, 2013 | by Kyle Hunt
If you think about the greatest NBA free throw shooters of all-time, you’ll notice a few attributes in common. As is customary with any great athlete, they’re usually the first player to arrive at practice and also one of the...
Shaquille O’Neal and the Death of the True NBA Center
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Shaquille O’Neal and the Death of the True NBA Center

August 26th, 2013 | by Kyle Hunt
In June of 2011, at age 39, Shaquille O’Neal announced his retirement from the National Basketball Association. It’s possible a few basketball experts were already aware of the negative impact Shaq’s decision would have on...
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Who Will be the Jazz’s Leader Next Season?

August 11th, 2013 | by Kyle Hunt
Every successful NBA team needs a leader. The Celtics of the 60’s had Bill Russell, the Lakers of the 80’s had Magic Johnson, and the Bulls of the 90’s had Michael Jordan. A team without a leader is like a car without a...
Could a Fashion Change Translate to Wins?
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Could a Fashion Change Translate to Wins?

August 4th, 2013 | by Kyle Hunt
Lately it seems NBA players are recognized more for their fashion than their ability to play basketball. Have you witnessed the trend?  In the last few years the once popular Nike Dri-FIT t-shirt worn by the NBA’s elite has...
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The Top 5 NBA Coaches and the Attributes That Made Them Great

July 29th, 2013 | by Kyle Hunt
In my observation, the greatest coaches in history are always leaders first and basketball minds second.  The coaches who influence teams and win games tend to focus on what truly makes a team successful, which oddly enough...