Utah Jazz

Jazz Outlast Clippers after 76-Point First Half
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Jazz Outlast Clippers after 76-Point First Half

January 20th, 2018 | by Clint Johnson
Story of the Game The Utah Jazz won their first contest against a Western playoff rival for the first time since their December 1st win in New Orleans. All it took was arguably their best half of basketball all season – and...
SC7: A 38-Game Season, Trade Season Looms, Mitchell for ROY & More
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SC7: A 38-Game Season, Trade Season Looms, Mitchell for ROY & More

January 19th, 2018 | by Dan Clayton
The Jazz’s year hit something of a nadir this week, both in terms of record and broad sentiment. The team fell to a season-worst nine games under .500 with a lifeless loss to Indiana on Monday, and fan frustration with the...
Jimbo’s Mailbag: An Award for Snyder, Plus DWill and LeBron to Utah
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Jimbo’s Mailbag: An Award for Snyder, Plus DWill and LeBron to Utah

January 19th, 2018 | by Jimbo Rudding
  Jimbo Rudding provides our regular dose of levity here at Salt City Hoops, and he does it by answering the burning questions to which Jazz fans just must have answers. You can submit questions to Jimbo at...
Jazz Bust Skid With a Decisive Win Over Kings
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Jazz Bust Skid With a Decisive Win Over Kings

January 18th, 2018 | by David J Smith
  After dropping 15 of their last 19 games, the Utah Jazz earned a much-needed respite Wednesday evening, scoring an easy 120-105 victory over the Sacramento Kings. In one of their most complete outings since early December,...
Weekly Q&A: Favors Rumors, Rubio Fit & More Trade Talk
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Weekly Q&A: Favors Rumors, Rubio Fit & More Trade Talk

January 16th, 2018 | by Dan Clayton
At least until the trade deadline, we’re going to make the regular Q&A a tradition to start each week. There is so much to discuss right now, from cap rules to specific trade possibilities to the general direction the...
Flat Jazz Fall at Home to the Pacers
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Flat Jazz Fall at Home to the Pacers

January 16th, 2018 | by Clint Johnson
On paper, the Indiana Pacers without Myles Turner and Utah Jazz without Rudy Gobert are fairly evenly matched teams: both deep on talent but lacking elite impact players; both egalitarian in their offensive scheme; both...
Late Execution Costs Jazz in 88 – 99 Hornets Loss
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Late Execution Costs Jazz in 88 – 99 Hornets Loss

January 12th, 2018 | by Clint Johnson
Story of the Game Jazz fans, and much of the rest of the NBA world, are falling in love with rookie Donovan Mitchell. In tonight’s 88 to 99  loss to the Charlotte Hornets, Mitchell put on a display illustrating why –...
SC7: Bold Second Half Predictions, Mitchell’s Hype Train, Hot Rod & More
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SC7: Bold Second Half Predictions, Mitchell’s Hype Train, Hot Rod & More

January 12th, 2018 | by Dan Clayton
  Halfway to what? The Jazz have reached the midway point of 2017-18, but once again, a lack of health and continuity has robbed them of a clear sense of where their season is headed. At 17-24, they’re as close to the...
Jazz Scrape Out 107 – 104 Road Win against Wizards
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Jazz Scrape Out 107 – 104 Road Win against Wizards

January 10th, 2018 | by Clint Johnson
Story of the Game Losers of 13 of their last 16 games, the Jazz have desperately been seeking a winning formula. Tonight they found it: Rudy Gobert and Derrick Favors both out with injury, their second leading scorer Rodney Hood...
Q&A on Latest Jazz Trade Rumors: Pursuing Mirotic, Teams Targeting Burks & More
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Q&A on Latest Jazz Trade Rumors: Pursuing Mirotic, Teams Targeting Burks & More

January 8th, 2018 | by Dan Clayton
Just when the Jazz had a break in the on-court action, ESPN’s “Woj” filled the awkward silence by ushering in the rumors of trade season. Adrian Wojnarowski detailed the latest NBA trade scuttlebutt on Monday,...