Preseason Picks: Familiar Faces Among the West’s Best
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Preseason Picks: Familiar Faces Among the West’s Best

October 11th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
In just under a week, the Utah Jazz will start their season against the Sacramento Kings and their promising rookies Marvin Bagley III and Harry Giles. News flash: those rookies aren’t leading a playoff push next spring, but...
Finding a Comp for the Jazz’s Spida-Stifle Core
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Finding a Comp for the Jazz’s Spida-Stifle Core

October 4th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
A few months into the 2017-18 NBA season, a star was blossoming in the Salt Lake Valley. Donovan Mitchell was slashing and scoring his way into stardom, a feat few envisioned to happen this quickly and to this level when he was...
A Blessing or a Curse: Two Sides of the Consistency Coin
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A Blessing or a Curse: Two Sides of the Consistency Coin

September 27th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
After the Utah Jazz won 29 of their last 35 games in the 2017-18 season, NBA fans wondered if they were real, if the success was viable. Utah was the hottest team in the league post All-Star break and then picked up a convincing...
2017-18 Rewind: Royce O’Neale Seizes the Moment
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2017-18 Rewind: Royce O’Neale Seizes the Moment

July 5th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
Flashback to February 11. The Utah Jazz were on an eight-game winning streak but took flight to Portland, Oregon to face the potent and division-leading Trail Blazers. Making matters worse, floor general Ricky Rubio had just...
2017-18 Rewind: In His Best Year Yet, Joe Ingles Delivers Service, Toughness, Triples
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2017-18 Rewind: In His Best Year Yet, Joe Ingles Delivers Service, Toughness, Triples

June 5th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
Joe Ingles is arguably the greatest Jazz man to ever play in Salt Lake. Perhaps that’s a bit hyperbolic, but Ingles has become a revered figure, a perfect staple in the Utah Jazz culture and environment. Why? A flashback...
Balanced Effort, Better D Lead Jazz to a 1-1 Series Tie With Houston
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Balanced Effort, Better D Lead Jazz to a 1-1 Series Tie With Houston

May 2nd, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
Before the Utah Jazz left the Houston airport, they wanted to pack their suitcase with a win. In a game of big runs, they did enough to grab the perfect souvenir, winning 116-108 to even the conference semifinals one game...
Deja Vu: Jazz Blitz Warriors Again, 119-79
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Deja Vu: Jazz Blitz Warriors Again, 119-79

April 10th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
Right from the opening tip of Tuesday’s home season finale, the Utah Jazz played with energy and intensity. It wasn’t just a five-minute stretch either, as Utah kept it going throughout the game and blitzed the Golden...
Revisiting Assists, Turnovers and Ricky Rubio’s Hand In Both
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Revisiting Assists, Turnovers and Ricky Rubio’s Hand In Both

March 21st, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
Throughout the season, the Jazz are turning the ball more often than head coach Quin Snyder’s heart rate can handle. In fact, at one point Snyder questioned if the Jazz were displaying a turnover problem, and while those...
Dennis Schroder Career Night Leads Atlanta to a 99-94 Upset of the Jazz
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Dennis Schroder Career Night Leads Atlanta to a 99-94 Upset of the Jazz

March 21st, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
Atlanta came into Utah with just five road games all year and Dennis Schroder did everything he could to make it six. Sure, it wasn’t pretty, but Schroder’s career-high 41 points helped the Hawks score an upset win in...
Jazz Use Balance to Stay Perfect in March
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Jazz Use Balance to Stay Perfect in March

March 6th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
The Utah Jazz’s latest win started with a 9-0 offensive run and ended in holding their opposition to a 13-point fourth quarter. When you combine offense and defense, you get the win. The Jazz did so for the 15th time in 17...