Utah Jazz

Pacers Blow By Gassed Jazz from Tip, 121 to 94
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Pacers Blow By Gassed Jazz from Tip, 121 to 94

November 19th, 2018 | by Clint Johnson
Story of the GameIn their 121 to 94 loss to the Indiana Pacers, the Utah Jazz looked every bit a team on the final leg of a five-game road trip and a league-high 11 road games in their first 17 contests.Indiana punished Utah at...
Salt City Seven: Process vs. Results, Up-and-Down Jazz, Budgeting Wins & More
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Salt City Seven: Process vs. Results, Up-and-Down Jazz, Budgeting Wins & More

November 19th, 2018 | by Dan Clayton
The Salt City Seven drops every Monday throughout the regular season, with seven regular features meant to relive the week in Jazzland from various angles. Check in every Monday for the quotes, stats, plays and performances that...
Cold Shooting Leads to 50-Point Loss in Dallas
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Cold Shooting Leads to 50-Point Loss in Dallas

November 15th, 2018 | by Steve Godfrey
No better play personified the Utah Jazz’s visit to Dallas on Wednesday night than a costly errant pass in the middle of the third quarter. Ricky Rubio found himself open from three, but head faked instead of shooting, then...
Intensity is the Key For Jazz to Succeed on 5-Game Trip
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Intensity is the Key For Jazz to Succeed on 5-Game Trip

November 14th, 2018 | by Tyler Crandall
The Jazz have a slew of tough opponents slated for the rest of their five-game road trip. It did start with a bang in a thrilling slugfest between two Western Conference heavyweights. Okay, not really. It was a terrible grindfest...
Utah’s Second Half Offense Delivers Memphis’s 1st Home Loss 96 – 88
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Utah’s Second Half Offense Delivers Memphis’s 1st Home Loss 96 – 88

November 12th, 2018 | by Clint Johnson
Story of the GameThrough 10 quarters of play against the Memphis Grizzlies, the Utah Jazz had managed only 79 field goals on 198 attempts. That’s a hair under 40-percent shooting. Then, finally, Utah’s offense came...
Salt City Seven: Crowder & the Jazz Get Going, Gobert’s Back, Road Stretch Looms & More
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Salt City Seven: Crowder & the Jazz Get Going, Gobert’s Back, Road Stretch Looms & More

November 12th, 2018 | by Dan Clayton
The Salt City Seven drops every Monday throughout the regular season, with seven regular features meant to relive the week in Jazzland from various angles. Check in every Monday for the quotes, stats, plays and performances that...
Q&A: Fans Already Wondering about Trades & Free Agency
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Q&A: Fans Already Wondering about Trades & Free Agency

November 11th, 2018 | by Ken Clayton
With no games on the Saturday or Sunday, it seemed like a good opportunity for a Salt City Hoops Q&A. To my surprise, only one question came in about the team as presently constituted. The rest focused on potential future...
Could Patience Be Virtuous for the Jazz Two Years in a Row?
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Could Patience Be Virtuous for the Jazz Two Years in a Row?

November 11th, 2018 | by Clark Schmutz
Last year’s Jazz started the season 16-24 and were surrounded by questions about the makeup of the roster. The Ricky Rubio experiment was off to a terrible start half a season in and The Salt Lake Tribune’s Kurt...
The Broken Promise of Patience: Jazz Fans’ Belief in Hayward Goes Way Back
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The Broken Promise of Patience: Jazz Fans’ Belief in Hayward Goes Way Back

November 9th, 2018 | by Dan Clayton
In the winter of 2004, Gordon Hayward was attending middle school in Brownsburg, Indiana, and Tom Gugliotta was an overpaid former All-Star languishing in a low-minute bench role for the Phoenix Suns. Those two facts, seemingly...
Writer Panel: Jazz Nation Prepares for a Reunion With Hayward
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Writer Panel: Jazz Nation Prepares for a Reunion With Hayward

November 9th, 2018 | by Salt City Hoops
Gordon Hayward arrived in Utah in 2010 a promising, wiry 20-year-old and grew into an NBA All-Star by the time he left the team as a free agent in 2017. On Friday, he will play his first game ever against the team that drafted...