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...
The Jazz Working to Correct a Turnover Problem
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The Jazz Working to Correct a Turnover Problem

March 1st, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
Monday night against the NBA-best Houston Rockets, the Utah Jazz gave away too many possessions and points by coughing up 22 turnovers, eight more than their average. Consequently, the Jazz let their 15-point first-half lead...
Jazz Start Hot, But Rockets Ignite to a 96-85 Win
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Jazz Start Hot, But Rockets Ignite to a 96-85 Win

February 26th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
In the month of February, both Houston and Utah were the hot tickets in the NBA. The Rockets continued that trend on Monday night as they overcame a slow start and picked up the 96-85 win in Salt Lake City. The first three...
Perfect 10: Jazz Run Their Streak to Double Digits with Comeback Win Over Spurs
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Perfect 10: Jazz Run Their Streak to Double Digits with Comeback Win Over Spurs

February 12th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
The San Antonio Spurs wore their camouflage jerseys in Salt Lake City Tuesday night, perhaps hoping to hide from the wreckage the Utah Jazz have laid down in the last two weeks. They nearly got away with a win, but the Jazz had...
Jazz Roll Out a New Look, Then Roll the Warriors in a 30-Point Rout
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Jazz Roll Out a New Look, Then Roll the Warriors in a 30-Point Rout

January 30th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
The Jazz’s Tuesday game against the Golden State Warriors featured new uniforms, new colors, new themes, new shirts, and a new court. Best of all, there was a new sense of urgency as Utah defeated the Warriors 129-99....
The Jazz Modernize, Make History with the Three
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The Jazz Modernize, Make History with the Three

January 25th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
Today’s NBA is all about the three-point shot. Whether you are a winning team in the league or living in the basement, the NBA is letting it fly from deep. The Utah Jazz are no exception, a team that rides or dies by three....
Pels-Jazz Notebook: Johnson’s Strong Game Can’t Save Jazz from Monster Duo
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Pels-Jazz Notebook: Johnson’s Strong Game Can’t Save Jazz from Monster Duo

January 4th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
After Donovan Mitchell’s 29 points helped the Jazz spoil LeBron James’ birthday on Saturday night, Utah fell short in their attempt to string together back-to-back wins for the first time since their six-game win...