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Condensed Season? No Problem
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Condensed Season? No Problem

January 26th, 2012 | by Jeff Lind
Note from the Editor: Spencer Horner joins Salt City Hoops to chat condensed season and this young Utah Jazz team. Last fall, I told my wife that an NBA season was the only present I wanted this Christmas. I got my wish. However,...
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Gordon Hayward takes his talents to Atlantic City

September 7th, 2011 | by Spencer Hall
Gordon Hayward has signed with a professional league and will be taking his talents elsewhere during the NBA lockout. It isn’t basketball, though. Hayward will join IGN’s Professional Video Game League and play in the...
Morning After Drill: Everything is Everything
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Morning After Drill: Everything is Everything

February 5th, 2011 | by Jeff Lind
Wow. I almost forgot what it felt like to go into a good team’s house and win. Turns out it feels pretty amazing. Here are a few thoughts after last night’s game. I like aggressive Deron. Seeing him push the ball up...
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10 Things I Know Almost Half Way Through…

January 12th, 2011 | by Jeff Lind
With each passing week, the concept of Super Team is looking rosier and rosier. Fans throughout Utah’s base panicked this summer after hearing all about the superfriend’s super alliance. There was a certain contingent...
Curious Case of Gordon Hayward
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Curious Case of Gordon Hayward

December 27th, 2010 | by Mychal
A few years back a friend of mine said, “You know your team is bad when you are worrying about your starting 5 players.  You know your team is really good when you have time to worry about your water boy.”  Right...
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Take it to the Court: Thanksgiving Edition

November 24th, 2010 | by Jefferson
Take it the Court is a new weekly column on SCH featuring the arguments, opinions, and random musing of a Utah Jazz fanatic. Over the past several years, the Utah Jazz have teamed up with the Salt Lake Mission to provide...
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When should Jazz fans start worrying about Gordon Hayward?

November 19th, 2010 | by K.Malphurs
— In 2004 the Jazz gave up Keon Clark and Ben Handlogten in a trade with the Phoenix Suns, who had recently fleeced the New York Knicks. It was one of those strange trades that still don’t make much sense, but it...
Point – Counterpoint: Who needs an attitude adjustment? D-Will? Or the rest of the Jazz?
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Point – Counterpoint: Who needs an attitude adjustment? D-Will? Or the rest of the Jazz?

October 29th, 2010 | by Brian Henderson
D-Will needs an attitude adjustment – Brian Henderson We get it. Deron Williams is frustrated that after two regular season games, his teammates do not yet know the offense that he’s been comfortably running for years...
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What’s Wrong With The Jazz?

October 29th, 2010 | by Spencer Hall
ESPN asked Spencer Hall, our Editor and Chief, to weigh in on the Jazz’ early season struggles over on the Daily Dime (#9). Here’s what he had to say… An 8-0 preseason with all kinds of great chemistry seems...