Derrick Favors

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...
Salt City Seven: Hayward’s Healed, Hill’s Hot, and More
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Salt City Seven: Hayward’s Healed, Hill’s Hot, and More

November 6th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
  The big basketball-related Jazz stories of the past week have all centered around George Hill. And the biggest news involved Rudy Gobert. But before we get to that, there something bigger we need to discuss. The...
Jazz, Gobert Agree to Four Year Extension
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Jazz, Gobert Agree to Four Year Extension

October 31st, 2016 | by Spencer Wixom
With the deadline approaching on Halloween day for contract extensions, the Utah Jazz and Rudy Gobert were reportedly able to come to terms on a four year extension worth approximately $102 million. Sources: Rudy Gobert agrees to...
Phantom Cap Room Not a Reason to Make Rudy Wait
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Phantom Cap Room Not a Reason to Make Rudy Wait

October 20th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
In five days, the Utah Jazz will be playing basketball. Not exhibition basketball. Not glorified practice games. Real NBA basketball. But in 11 days, they have to have reached decisions on a contract extension for Rudy Gobert and...
Staff Scrimmage: Awards and Honors Watch
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Staff Scrimmage: Awards and Honors Watch

September 29th, 2016 | by Salt City Hoops
We’re kicking off Jazz training camp season with a series of collaborative columns about fun & burning topics. Today, we continue the series by taking some guesses on Jazz personnel’s chances at awards and honors...
Staff Scrimmage: Contract Decisions Loom
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Staff Scrimmage: Contract Decisions Loom

September 28th, 2016 | by Salt City Hoops
Our SCH staff has been celebrating the return of basketball with a series of roundtable columns about the excitement and expectations around the Utah Jazz and about rotation decisions. But October doesn’t just bring...
Why Rudy Gobert is Worth Following
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Why Rudy Gobert is Worth Following

September 6th, 2016 | by Julia Mecham
It’s nearly impossible to overlook Rudy Gobert. I discovered that quite literally a couple years ago standing behind his 7’1” frame in line at the grocery store. He browsed the candy at the check stand, impulsively taking...
Salt City Seven: Team M*A*S*H, Ode to Rudy, Two More Spaldings & More
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Salt City Seven: Team M*A*S*H, Ode to Rudy, Two More Spaldings & More

January 14th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
Welcome to your 11th weekly recap of all things Jazz. Seven bits of wisdom and fun to wrap up seven days’ worth of Utah hoops. If you ran a basketball team that fielded a starting lineup of Rudy Gobert, Derrick Favors,...
Salt City Seven: A Survival Guide to Life Sans the Stifle Tower
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Salt City Seven: A Survival Guide to Life Sans the Stifle Tower

December 3rd, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
By now, you probably know that the Salt City Seven is meant to be a survey of a bunch of different important topics and data points surrounding the Utah Jazz. But suddenly there’s one storyline dominating the Jazz...
What Have We Learned Thus Far?
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What Have We Learned Thus Far?

November 16th, 2015 | by Lucas Falk
The Utah Jazz are finally home after a road trip that included losses to Cleveland, Miami and Orlando and a victory over Atlanta. A 1-3 record over the course of a road trip is hardly anything to write home about and 5-5 overall...