Trey Burke

Evaluating Trey Burke’s Development
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Evaluating Trey Burke’s Development

January 6th, 2015 | by Ben Dowsett
Easily the most divisive, hot-button member of Utah’s roster this season has been second year point guard Trey Burke. He had an unusual rookie campaign that saw him buck certain negative first-year historical trends, but...
Lessons for Rudy Gobert, Grades for the Jazz
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Lessons for Rudy Gobert, Grades for the Jazz

January 5th, 2015 | by Ben Dowsett
Rudy Gobert is learning new NBA lessons by the day, and tonight’s tough home loss to the Indiana Pacers was yet another on a long list. Matched up with Roy Hibbert, perhaps the most elite among a category of top rim...
With Alec Burks Out For Season, Dennis Lindsey Speaks
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With Alec Burks Out For Season, Dennis Lindsey Speaks

December 30th, 2014 | by Andy Larsen
Earlier today, the Utah Jazz announced that Alec Burks would undergo season-ending shoulder surgery. To discuss the injury, Utah Jazz general manager Dennis Lindsey spoke with the media for 15 minutes before the Jazz played...
Just How Vital is Gordon Hayward?
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Just How Vital is Gordon Hayward?

December 29th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
It’s no secret to any frequent observer that Gordon Hayward has been among Utah’s most pleasant bright spots in another developing season. Shouts of “overpay” at his matched extension in the summer have subsided in short...
Utah Jazz First Trimester Awards
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Utah Jazz First Trimester Awards

December 25th, 2014 | by David J Smith
It seems as if the NBA season just started a few weeks ago, but here we are, over a third of the way through the marathon. With that in mind, as we did last season–borrowing from ESPN.com’s Trimester...
Ridiculous Upside: A Look At The Progression Of Rudy Gobert
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Ridiculous Upside: A Look At The Progression Of Rudy Gobert

December 23rd, 2014 | by Dakota Schmidt
The sight of marveling at a huge unknown prospect and dreaming about the height of his unfounded potential is an experience that all basketball lovers, no matter if you’re an NBA scout or just an average is something that...
The Jazz’s Options With Enes Kanter
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The Jazz’s Options With Enes Kanter

December 22nd, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
The Jazz have a 6’11, gregarious, occasionally Santa-themed, oft-bearded Turkish elephant in the living room as they play out another rebuilding season. Just as with burgeoning star Gordon Hayward last year, Utah faces the...
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...