• JazzRank #10: Steve Novak
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    JazzRank #10: Steve Novak
    By David J Smith: After having an insider perspective of the San Antonio Spurs’ brand of basketball, it is not surprising to see new head coach Quin...

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How Utah’s Defense Has Changed (Yes, Through Only Two Games)
Coaching
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How Utah’s Defense Has Changed (Yes, Through Only Two Games)

October 13th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
Any major change in the coaching staff of an NBA franchise is going to bring about periods of adjustment. This is just as true defensively as on the other end, if not perhaps more so – even slight variations on a mostly similar...
Jazz Waive Kevin Murphy, Dee Bost
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Jazz Waive Kevin Murphy, Dee Bost

October 10th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
The Jazz have waived wing Kevin Murphy and point guard Dee Bost, the team announced earlier today. The move leaves the team with 17 players on the active roster with just over two weeks to go before the season opener. Murphy was...
Jimbo’s Mailbag – The Coolest Play the Jazz Should Run
Mailbag
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Jimbo’s Mailbag – The Coolest Play the Jazz Should Run

October 10th, 2014 | by Jimbo Rudding
Welcome to the next edition of Jimbo’s Mailbag! At Salt City Hoops, we know that covering a losing team without any humor can be dreary. As such, we decided to add a little bit more levity to our site via Jimbo’s unique...
Portland, Pace, and Passing – Salt City Hoops Podcast
Podcast
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Portland, Pace, and Passing – Salt City Hoops Podcast

October 10th, 2014 | by Andy Larsen
On this week’s episode of the Salt City Hoops Podcast, we first talk to Justin Sweeney, former broadcast assistant for the Jazz, now resident of Portland. He was at last night’s game, and gives us a rundown of his...
The Right Kind of Mistakes: Passing TOs & Offensive Efficiency
Analytics
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The Right Kind of Mistakes: Passing TOs & Offensive Efficiency

October 9th, 2014 | by Dan Clayton
How much does Quin Snyder want to play with the pass? He’d rather see passing mistakes than mistake-free isolation plays. “Sometimes trying to make those passes doesn’t always give you the results you want right...
Two Things to Look For in Jazz Preseason
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Two Things to Look For in Jazz Preseason

October 8th, 2014 | by David J Smith
The Utah Jazz got their feet wet with the open scrimmage (kudos to JP Gibson and the entire franchise), followed by a nice victory over the Portland Trailblazers in the preseason opener. With this in mind, what are a few...
A Defensive Jump in 2014-2015?
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A Defensive Jump in 2014-2015?

October 8th, 2014 | by Laura Thompson
A little over a year ago, I wrote Defensive Coaches: The Two-Year Theory discussing how, oftentimes, a coach who eventually becomes known as a defensive-minded coach, makes his mark on his team’s defensive identity usually...
The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Jazz vs. Blazers 10/7/2014
Triple Teams
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The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Jazz vs. Blazers 10/7/2014

October 7th, 2014 | by Andy Larsen
1. The Jazz’s excellent defense gave them the win in their first preseason game. The Jazz did well at virtually all facets of defense tonight, implementing their new-look scheme quite well. They allowed Portland just 73...
Expensive Air: A New TV Deal and the Utah Jazz
NBA
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Expensive Air: A New TV Deal and the Utah Jazz

October 7th, 2014 | by Dan Clayton
  Don’t touch that dial. Things are about to get interesting. ESPN and TNT are making it rain in the NBA world, with a nine-year $24 billion TV deal that could change the NBA’s economic landscape forever. This...
The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on the Jazz’s Open Scrimmage
Triple Teams
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The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on the Jazz’s Open Scrimmage

October 6th, 2014 | by Andy Larsen
1. This was a lower-key scrimmage than most in the past. This was probably the least important of the Jazz’s preseason open scrimmages in several years, for some really understandable reasons. First, the Jazz already ran a...