Derrick Favors

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The 7 Ways Karl Malone Could Change Enes Kanter and Derrick Favors For The Better

June 5th, 2013 | by Clint Johnson
Welcome Coach Karl!  Or maybe it’s Periodic Expat Demi-coach of a Largely Undesignated Nature and Frequency Charged with Development of Players 6’8” and Taller (preferably far, far away from the press) Karl, but hey,...
Return Delivery: Coach Mailman to Work With Bigs
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Return Delivery: Coach Mailman to Work With Bigs

May 30th, 2013 | by Dan Clayton
Just as one legend from the Utah Jazz’s glory days left the Wasatch Front, another announced his return to the organization. Hall of Fame power forward Karl Malone is back in the fold. The NBA’s all-time...
DeMarre Carroll’s War on Possessions
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DeMarre Carroll’s War on Possessions

May 23rd, 2013 | by Andy Larsen
In today’s basketball analytics paradigm, all of the talk is on efficiency, and for good reason: efficiency is highly correlated with winning. Per possession statistics like Offensive and Defensive Rating, and...
Jeremy Evans is still the best artist in the league
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Jeremy Evans is still the best artist in the league

November 27th, 2012 | by Spencer Hall
Besides being one of the nicest humans in history and reigning NBA Dunk Champion, Jeremy Evans is an impressive artist. Earl Watson posted the picture above that Evans said he drew sometime last summer. Evans said he was working...
JazzRank 3: Derrick Favors
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JazzRank 3: Derrick Favors

November 15th, 2012 | by Evan Hall
  As one of many Jazz fans who has gushed over Derrick Favors and his enormous potential, I feel obligated to write a well-reasoned justification for the reckless promotion of the Favors Hype Machine. Here is that...
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Jazz drop close one in Boston, Hayward silences KG

November 15th, 2012 | by Spencer Hall
The Jazz missed a perfect chance to steal a win in Boston last night, but failed to take advantage after Rajon Rondo left with an injury. Also, someday I’d like to replay the final few minutes and maybe not have Mo Williams...
JazzRank 4: Gordon Hayward
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JazzRank 4: Gordon Hayward

November 13th, 2012 | by Evan Hall
I should begin this JazzRank entry on Gordon Hayward with the following disclaimer: If you’re expecting me to do anything in this post beyond singing the praises of Gordon Hayward’s considerable basketball abilities,...
JazzRank 5:  Marvin Williams
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JazzRank 5: Marvin Williams

November 13th, 2012 | by Jackson Rudd
  Having rooted for Marvin Williams for 8 games now, I have a slightly better understanding of why Atlanta’s fans always had such high expectations for him. He looks amazing doing everything. His shot looks incredibly...
JazzRank 7:  Alec Burks
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JazzRank 7: Alec Burks

October 30th, 2012 | by Jackson Rudd
Quincy Lewis, DeShawn Stevenson, Sasha Pavlovic, Kirk Snyder, C.J. Miles, Morris Almond. What do all of these players have in common? They all broke my heart. Each of them were selected by the Jazz with first- or early...
JazzRank 8: Enes Kanter
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JazzRank 8: Enes Kanter

October 26th, 2012 | by Evan Hall
Over the offseason, Enes Kanter became by far the most talked about Jazz player on the team. In fact, in terms of the NBA-wide attention it has received, the Kanter offseason transformation story has become the most talked about...