Al Jefferson

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SCH Podcast – Kurt Kragthorpe

April 27th, 2011 | by Spencer Hall
The illustrious Kurt Kragthorpe of the Salt Lake Tribune was nice enough to join us on the Salt City Hoops podcast last night. Kurt is a man who needs no introduction among Jazz fans and has been covering Utah sports since the...
What’s Next for Paul Millsap?
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What’s Next for Paul Millsap?

April 8th, 2011 | by Jeff Lind
In 2006, the Jazz took a second...
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A few words with Andrew Kamenetzky

March 31st, 2011 | by Spencer Hall
Tonight’s Jazz-Lakers game gives us a chance to check in with Andrew Kamenetzky of ESPN Los Angeles and the Land ‘O Lakers blog. The fortunes for the Jazz are down right now, but I had a few questions about the...
Revisiting Kirilenko’s epic stomach punch
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Revisiting Kirilenko’s epic stomach punch

March 4th, 2011 | by Spencer Hall
— By now you’ve seen the video of Andrei Kirilenko executing what can only be described as the “anti-Sundiata” finish to the Jazz-Nuggets game on Friday night in Salt Lake City. If not, watch it again...
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Salt City Hoops Podcast #1

February 26th, 2011 | by Chris
Episode one of the Official Salt City Hoops Podcast in which our heros discuss the DWill trade, the secret plan to sell the Jazz and Kevin O’Connor’s surprisingly keen draft picks (with some obvious exceptions)....
And a Mailman will deliver them
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And a Mailman will deliver them

February 25th, 2011 | by Spencer Hall
— I hope all of you were awake last night for the spectacular shared experience of listening to the latest Karl Malone dispatch from the field. To recap, ESPN700‘s Bill and Spence show were able to track down Malone...
Sad Sad City
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Sad Sad City

February 14th, 2011 | by Jeff Lind
I’ve spent the last few days writing and rewriting this post. I can’t get it right, and I’m done trying. Like most lifelong Jazz fans, I’m frustrated, annoyed, confused, and a bit angry after the departure of Jerry Sloan....
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To Every Hero There Is A Villain

February 11th, 2011 | by Mychal
Indulge a quick history of playwriting: Humans like clear-cut heroes and villains. Throughout history play writers have indulged us with stories of good triumphing over evil. The hero rises above the elemental, human, or evil...