Draft

1st Round Mock: Version Two
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1st Round Mock: Version Two

June 13th, 2014 | by Clint Johnson
Before the mock, a thought on how to address prospects.  It comes from San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich’s, but it’s a principle I believe in wholeheartedly.  This quote probably explains better than anything...
Jump Ball: Jazz Fans Torn in ’14 Finals
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Jump Ball: Jazz Fans Torn in ’14 Finals

June 12th, 2014 | by Dan Clayton
At some point next week, somebody is going to get to relive the champagne shower and celebrate an NBA title. But who deserves it more, the Spurs or the Heat? Here at SCH Headquarters, we’re pretty torn. In the course of...
3 Jazz Players Who Will Benefit Most From Quin Snyder
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3 Jazz Players Who Will Benefit Most From Quin Snyder

June 9th, 2014 | by Denim Millward
Central among the many frustrations Jazz fans struggled with last year was the seemingly slow or non-existent improvement and development of several young players on the roster.  Chock-full of potential and expected to be key...
Quin Snyder on his Coaching Philosophy, Player Development, Analytics, and More
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Quin Snyder on his Coaching Philosophy, Player Development, Analytics, and More

June 7th, 2014 | by Andy Larsen
When Dennis Lindsey was hired in San Antonio in 2007, he was concerned about Quin Snyder as coach of the NBA D-League’s Austin Toros. “(Spurs general manager) RC (Buford) asked what I thought relative to Quin and the...
Reports: Utah Jazz Hire Quin Snyder as Head Coach
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Reports: Utah Jazz Hire Quin Snyder as Head Coach

June 6th, 2014 | by Andy Larsen
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, Sportando, and Jeff Zillgitt, the Utah Jazz have signed Atlanta assistant Quin Snyder to a 3 year deal with a team option 4th year to be the next head coach. Jody Gennesy of the Deseret News...
Finals Game 1: Turn Up the Heat
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Finals Game 1: Turn Up the Heat

June 6th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
Well.  That was interesting. The basketball gods have clearly decided that this Finals matchup lacks the proper amount of intrigue, throwing us a curveball in what was already a doozy of a ballgame.  We’re going sticky...
15 Ways to Fill Time in a Long Offseason
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15 Ways to Fill Time in a Long Offseason

May 28th, 2014 | by Laura Thompson
As Jazz fans, we’re not used to having this much time off in the offseason. For more than a decade, we were used to going well into the postseason, almost always into May, and often into June. But in the last several years,...
Dennis Lindsey: “Nothing Sacred” in Jazz’s Search for Star
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Dennis Lindsey: “Nothing Sacred” in Jazz’s Search for Star

May 22nd, 2014 | by Dan Clayton
The fifth pick in an NBA draft is normally a huge asset, but if was ever OK to feel a little dejected about occupying that spot, it’s this year. It’s supposedly a 4-man draft at the top, with potential franchise...
The Elevated Importance of Postseason Coaching
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The Elevated Importance of Postseason Coaching

May 9th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
What a first round, right?  I’m sure I’m not alone among basketball fans who feel as though they’re in something of a daze, still recuperating from nearly two weeks of ingesting three or four mostly riveting games a...
2014 Playoffs: Jazz-Related Rooting
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2014 Playoffs: Jazz-Related Rooting

May 2nd, 2014 | by Dan Clayton
The Jazz aren’t playing in these exciting 2014 Playoffs, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some Jazz interests at stake. Every year, once the Jazz’s season is done, I try to figure out who wins my...