Gordon Hayward

East Coast Hayward
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East Coast Hayward

September 21st, 2015 | by Lucas Falk
In a recent Locked on Sports podcast with Jazz radio play-by-play caller David Locke, a question was raised concerning what Gordon Hayward’s status would be if he played for an Eastern Conference team. In an ideal world,...
Rudy Gobert Wrecking Havoc In EuroBasket
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Rudy Gobert Wrecking Havoc In EuroBasket

September 15th, 2015 | by Dakota Schmidt
Over the past few years, the French National Team has been able to make their mark as one of the elite teams on the international circuit. While they’ve remained respectable over the past decade, due to the likes of Tony Parker...
Derrick Favors: A Reason For Hope
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Derrick Favors: A Reason For Hope

September 14th, 2015 | by Lucas Falk
Overlooked and underappreciated, Derrick Favors might never get the respect he rightfully deserves. On another team, in another market, he almost certainly would get more hype. But Favors is more than just hype — he’s...
Roundball Reminiscing: My Saturday in the Hall
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Roundball Reminiscing: My Saturday in the Hall

September 11th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Pay no attention to the grown man choking back tears in front of the video board. There must have been some dusty air particles floating around Western Massachussetts last weekend, or else somebody was waxing seriously...
Why Trevor Booker Could Be Utah’s Small-Ball Alternative
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Why Trevor Booker Could Be Utah’s Small-Ball Alternative

September 9th, 2015 | by Ben Dowsett
Draymond Green was one of the breakout stars of the NBA last season, and deservedly so. His elite and versatile defensive skills allowed the Warriors to build the league’s best and most adaptable defense despite his undersized...
Jazz Break into Big Three Territory
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Jazz Break into Big Three Territory

September 9th, 2015 | by Clint Johnson
Sports Illustrated’s Ben Golliver and Rob Mahoney recently released their annual Top NBA Players for the upcoming season, and one of the greatest surprises is embedded so deeply that few but Utah Jazz fans are likely to see...
Derrick Favors is Really, Really Good
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Derrick Favors is Really, Really Good

September 8th, 2015 | by David J Smith
To Utah Jazz faithful, the title of this post may seem like stating the obvious. Derrick Favors indeed is very good. Nothing shocking here. Yet recent events have caused one to feel that the rest of the NBA seems to be less...
Examining Tibor Pleiss’s Eurobasket Performance Against Serbia
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Examining Tibor Pleiss’s Eurobasket Performance Against Serbia

September 7th, 2015 | by Dakota Schmidt
For most Jazz fans, the first opportunity that they have to get a look at newly signed 7’2 center Tibor Pleiss is during Eurobasket 2015. Playing with the German squad alongside the likes of Dennis Schroder and Dirk Nowitzki,...
Player to Watch: Rodney Hood
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Player to Watch: Rodney Hood

September 2nd, 2015 | by David J Smith
The NBA off-season, especially the months of August and September, are always interesting. With little news out there — especially after the joy that is June and July — it can sometimes be a struggle for basketball...
Where Have all the Former Jazzmen Gone?
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Where Have all the Former Jazzmen Gone?

August 26th, 2015 | by David J Smith
It is always nice to check in on former Utah Jazzmen. Many of them have been headliners this offseason, with several earning very handsome pay days. In fact, the trio of Paul Millsap, DeMarre Carroll and Wesley Matthews combined...