Players

How are Former Jazzmen Performing This Year?
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How are Former Jazzmen Performing This Year?

December 17th, 2014 | by David J Smith
Several former Utah Jazz players have been making the news lately. From Carlos Boozer coming off the bench, Andrei Kirilenko finally being moved and Deron Williams now rumored to be on the trading block, it is interesting to see...
Rudy Gobert’s Steady Emergence
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Rudy Gobert’s Steady Emergence

December 3rd, 2014 | by David J Smith
While the Utah Jazz are in the midst of a current six-game losing streak, it is important to acknowledge and analyze the struggles. It is also just as important to remember and review the positives. Rudy Gobert’s growth...
The Utah Jazz’s Continued Problems Versus the Pick-and-Roll
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The Utah Jazz’s Continued Problems Versus the Pick-and-Roll

December 1st, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
Perhaps earlier than some had hoped for, the mettle and resiliency of Jazz fans everywhere is being tested. After a summer full of bandying from every direction about just how differently this Utah team would be perceived than...
Joe Ingles: Historically Unusual?
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Joe Ingles: Historically Unusual?

November 24th, 2014 | by Matt Pacenza
Watch a Jazz game with a 10-year-old, as I often do, and they can be uncomfortably honest. “THAT guy is an NBA player?” my son asked a few weeks ago. That guy, is, of course, Joe Ingles. Ingles just doesn’t look like a...
The Excited Fan Post: the Utah Jazz and Gordon Hayward
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The Excited Fan Post: the Utah Jazz and Gordon Hayward

November 20th, 2014 | by Laura Thompson
Sometimes I like to think of myself as a somewhat objective Jazz fan. While I’m certainly no Andy B. Larsen, Ben Dowsett, Dan Clayton, or any of the other fantastic advanced-analytics-based Jazz fans, I like to think of myself...
Gordon Hayward: The NBA’s Finest Swiss Army Knife
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Gordon Hayward: The NBA’s Finest Swiss Army Knife

November 18th, 2014 | by Dakota Schmidt
After the Utah Jazz matched Charlotte’s four-year, $63 million offer sheet, there was a mix of negative and positive feedback about the deal and Gordon Hayward’s actual worth. While there was no doubt that Hayward is...
What’s Wrong With Alec Burks?
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What’s Wrong With Alec Burks?

November 17th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
It’s been a mostly positive start for the young Jazz, who sit at a respectable 4-7 after a difficult slate of games to open the year. Quin Snyder’s motion system has breathed some life into the group offensively, Gordon...
Should Trevor Booker Start?
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Should Trevor Booker Start?

November 10th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
Over the course of the summer, speculation began to be whispered around Salt Lake City that a controversy could begin emerging in Utah’s frontcourt before long once the season got started. If Enes Kanter was unable to improve...
The Three Emerging Utah Jazz Stars
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The Three Emerging Utah Jazz Stars

November 6th, 2014 | by Dan Clayton
Yes, it’s early. Yes, the Jazz are still sub-.500. And yes, the record will probably get worse before it gets significantly better. But Jazz personnel are off to a nice start making names for themselves. In particular,...
Early Utah Jazz Impressions: The Starters
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Early Utah Jazz Impressions: The Starters

November 5th, 2014 | by David J Smith
  We are now a week into the NBA regular season and it’s a great feeling to have  basketball back. It’s like being reunited with a good friend who’s been away for a while. The Utah Jazz faithful are...