Gordon Hayward

Gordon Hayward’s Boast and the Path to Stardom
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Gordon Hayward’s Boast and the Path to Stardom

October 14th, 2014 | by Andy Larsen
Pride cometh before a fall. In this case, Gordon Hayward’s social media post of video game pride preceded the fall of his website. This Tuesday afternoon, Gordon Hayward’s PR staff at Athlete Interactive posted an...
Why Dahntay Jones?
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Why Dahntay Jones?

September 24th, 2014 | by David J Smith
Utah Jazz training camp is just a few days away–let the rejoicing commence.  While Utah has added a number of players over the past few weeks, a team can carry 20 players into training camp and into preseason (though many...
An Open Letter to Utah Jazz Management
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An Open Letter to Utah Jazz Management

September 18th, 2014 | by Scott Stevens
Dear Jazz brass, On behalf of Jazz fans everywhere, let me simply say thank you. With everything that’s been happening in the professional sports world recently, from racism, drug abuse, domestic violence and everything in...
What If: the Utah Jazz had kept Donyell Marshall?
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What If: the Utah Jazz had kept Donyell Marshall?

August 28th, 2014 | by David J Smith
Pondering the “what ifs” in sports can be painful and unhealthy. But like so many things in life that are painful and unhealthy, we do it. We spent time analyzing, scrutinizing, occasionally obsessing on what might...
Laura’s Utah Jazz Offseason Grades
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Laura’s Utah Jazz Offseason Grades

August 26th, 2014 | by Laura Thompson
Here are my offseason grades for the Jazz: 1. Ty Corbin / Quin Snyder Whether you want to call it a firing, or that the Jazz chose not to renew Tyrone Corbin’s contract, the outcome was the same: Corbin was no longer going to...
A Dissenting Opinion on Gordon Hayward’s Max Contract
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A Dissenting Opinion on Gordon Hayward’s Max Contract

July 28th, 2014 | by Clint Johnson
Everything is awesome!  Everything is cool when you’re part of the team, especially when they pay you $63 million dollars! That is pretty much the sentiment in Jazz land.  Following the Jazz formally matching...
What Jazz Story Intrigues You This Year? 2014 Edition
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What Jazz Story Intrigues You This Year? 2014 Edition

July 23rd, 2014 | by Laura Thompson
A year ago, I posited a couple of potential storylines from the season that were very intriguing for me: The (hopeful) redemption of Marvin Williams and the (hopeful) emergence of Ian Clark. It’s a good thing I’m not a...
Could The Jazz Be Winners Next Season?
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Could The Jazz Be Winners Next Season?

May 27th, 2014 | by Denim Millward
No one likes losing. Painfully obvious observation aside, there are times where a patient, long-term development plan is subject to the unpalatable side-effect of piling up losses in the interim.  The loss of interest among...
Contemplating the Jazz Core
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Contemplating the Jazz Core

May 15th, 2014 | by Dan Clayton
First there was the Core Four. Then Four turned into Five. Next month could make it Six. Dennis Lindsey has talked about Jeremy Evans becoming a core-type player, and for those excited about Rudy Gobert or overseas Jazz draftee...
On Ty Corbin’s Tenure as Jazz Coach
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On Ty Corbin’s Tenure as Jazz Coach

April 21st, 2014 | by Dan Clayton
The Utah Jazz are entering a pivotal summer that will be full of defining decisions, and they just made their first one. So ends the Tyrone Corbin era of Jazz basketball. Andy Larsen brought you the news earlier today that, after...