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Salt City Seven: Fours in the Fourth, Franchise News & More
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Salt City Seven: Fours in the Fourth, Franchise News & More

January 26th, 2017 | by Dan Clayton
  We have a lot to cover in this week’s survey of all things Utah Jazz. Big questions on the court. Big news off it. All-Star wait game, and All-Star weekend news. Plus, a pair of game balls, a coming homestand and...
Podcast: Red Hot Jazz & All-Star Reserve Voting
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Podcast: Red Hot Jazz & All-Star Reserve Voting

January 22nd, 2017 | by Dan Clayton
The Clayton brothers connected this week to talk about the streaking Jazz and their pair of potential All-Stars. Reserves for the NBA’s mid-season classic will be announced this Thursday evening after the league tallies...
Prospect Watch: Bolomboy Dominates in Stars’ Blowout Win
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Prospect Watch: Bolomboy Dominates in Stars’ Blowout Win

December 17th, 2016 | by Spencer Wixom
The Utah Jazz’s Joel Bolomboy once again finds himself on a developmental stint with the SLC Stars, hoping to establish some confidence and assert his NBA talent. On Saturday night, he did that in a big way.” After...
Gordon Hayward: Hot Streak Or The Real Deal?
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Gordon Hayward: Hot Streak Or The Real Deal?

December 6th, 2016 | by Spencer Wixom
Gordon Hayward is currently playing at a Super Star level.  Over the last eight games the Utah Jazz have gone 6-2 while missing some key players in Derrick Favors and George Hill for various games.  They have been able to do...
It’s Time For Another Jazz All-Star
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It’s Time For Another Jazz All-Star

December 5th, 2016 | by Thatcher Olson
It seems like it’s been a very long time since the Jazz last had an All-Star. Six seasons have passed since the Jazz last had representation at the big February game, by far the longest streak in their history. They had...
Favors’ Health, Contract May Define the Ceiling For This Jazz Iteration
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Favors’ Health, Contract May Define the Ceiling For This Jazz Iteration

November 23rd, 2016 | by Clint Johnson
As the Jazz struggle to resolve a host of issues, it’s tempting for Jazz fans to feel the sky is falling. And it may be, at least in terms of the heights of potential for this roster. But not because of the adversity raining...
Stars Home Opener
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Stars Home Opener

November 18th, 2016 | by Spencer Wixom
Tonight’s home opener for the Salt Lake City Stars may have ended in a 80-91 loss to the Northern Arizona Suns and former Jazz member Elijah Millsap, but all 1,015 fans left with smiles.  Bear was here to interact with the...
Salt City Seven: Aching Favors, Solid Week for Hayward, Quin Nears .500
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Salt City Seven: Aching Favors, Solid Week for Hayward, Quin Nears .500

November 17th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
It’s been a fairly positive week in Jazzland since our last weekly check-in via the Salt City Seven. The Jazz finished a successful trip, their star is looking plenty starry, and the squad is stacking up nicely as the...
SLC Stars Discuss Goals, Jazz Collaboration
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SLC Stars Discuss Goals, Jazz Collaboration

November 13th, 2016 | by Spencer Wixom
The SLC Stars kicked off their inaugural season on Saturday night with a loss in Sioux Falls against the Skyforce.  The Utah Jazz relocated and re-branded their D-League affiliate, the Idaho Stampede, to their own backyard in...
Extending Hill At (Almost) Any Cost
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Extending Hill At (Almost) Any Cost

November 8th, 2016 | by Aaron Hefner
The Utah Jazz just inked Rudy Gobert to a four year contract worth almost exactly what the Miller family paid Karl Malone during his entire 18-year career in Utah. And if that dollar figure seems exorbitant, buckle up: that is...