Utah Jazz

Psychology of a Jazz Fan
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Psychology of a Jazz Fan

April 5th, 2016 | by Laura Thompson
When Dante went down at the beginning of the season, I had to temper my expectations drastically. I was more excited for this season than I had been for years, partially because the young core was finally going to be given the...
Keep on Keep’n on: Jazz 101, Suns 86
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Keep on Keep’n on: Jazz 101, Suns 86

April 3rd, 2016 | by Clint Johnson
The old saying “Anyone can beat anyone any given night” was solidly undermined in Utah’s 101 to 86 victory over Phoenix in the valley of the Sun. Despite a first quarter where the Jazz combined horrendous shooting...
Hayward, Lyles Lead Jazz to 98-85 Win Over Timberwolves
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Hayward, Lyles Lead Jazz to 98-85 Win Over Timberwolves

April 1st, 2016 | by Angie Treasure
In a game the playoff pursuant Jazz had to win against a sub-.500 team, Gordon Hayward led his team with a ho-hum line of 22/5/3/2 and had a +/- of 20 which lead the Utah squad to a 98-85 win over the soon-vacationing Minnesota...
Salt City Seven: A Missed Opportunity, 4-on-4 and More
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Salt City Seven: A Missed Opportunity, 4-on-4 and More

March 31st, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
The Jazz wrapped up March with a 9-7 record, starting cold but finishing with an 8-3 surge. The last week of the month, though, was packed with storylines. Kobe. AK. The Dubs. Another worrying injury. And, oh yeah, four big...
Thinking Out Loud: The Utah Jazz and Three Pointers, Sitting in a Tree
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Thinking Out Loud: The Utah Jazz and Three Pointers, Sitting in a Tree

March 30th, 2016 | by Clark Schmutz
The Utah Jazz have had an off again, on again relationship with the three-point shot for some time now. It’s mostly been off. In fact, for the most part, not only has it been off, but the three-point line has been seeing...
Kobe Bids Adieu to SLC in 48-point Loss to the Jazz
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Kobe Bids Adieu to SLC in 48-point Loss to the Jazz

March 28th, 2016 | by Angie Treasure
In fitting fashion, the Utah Jazz absolutely pulverized the Los Angeles Lakers in Monday’s game at Vivint Smart Home Arena, handing the team in purple and gold their worst loss of the season, outscoring the bad guys by 48...
April Schedule Look Ahead
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April Schedule Look Ahead

March 28th, 2016 | by Lucas Falk
Sing it with me; “It’s the final countdown!” The final month of the regular season is approaching quickly and the Jazz, despite a sea of injuries and close loses, are fighting every night for a final playoff...
Salt City Seven: Big Game Reps, Passing Surge and More
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Salt City Seven: Big Game Reps, Passing Surge and More

March 24th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
Don’t look now, the the Jazz have suddenly won six of their last seven, including consecutive road games and a home takedown of the reigning Eastern champs. The tide has turned for the blue, green and gold, who — at...
The Bench’s Role in the Utah Jazz’s Recent Success
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The Bench’s Role in the Utah Jazz’s Recent Success

March 23rd, 2016 | by David J Smith
During the forgettable skid following the All-Star break, the Jazz’s bench play was sporadic. There were nights where the lack of depth was astoundingly glaring. Poor shooting, a rash of turnovers and inconsistent efforts...
Jazz Suppress Suns With Decisive 103-69 Win
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Jazz Suppress Suns With Decisive 103-69 Win

March 17th, 2016 | by Angie Treasure
The Utah Jazz, sans Gordon Hayward, were able to keep the frazzled Phoenix Suns under 70 points in a major blowout at The Viv Thursday night, extending the home-team’s win streak to four before hitting the road for a five-game...