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Jazz – Lakers: It’s been a long time

April 6th, 2011 | by K.Malphurs
The last time the Jazz beat the Lakers  at the Staples Center, Keith McLeod was starting over Deron Williams, Robert Whaley was an NBA player and not a future inmate, and Gordon Giricek/Greg Ostertag were still playing...
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A Reversal of Fortunes

April 4th, 2011 | by K.Malphurs
Any casual Jazz fan has noticed the incredible nosedive this year’s team has taken since the middle of the season. John Hollinger wrote about it in his Friday column on ESPN: It’s hard to remember now, but the Utah...
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A few words with Andrew Kamenetzky

March 31st, 2011 | by Spencer Hall
Tonight’s Jazz-Lakers game gives us a chance to check in with Andrew Kamenetzky of ESPN Los Angeles and the Land ‘O Lakers blog. The fortunes for the Jazz are down right now, but I had a few questions about the...
The Chicago Jazz
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The Chicago Jazz

March 31st, 2011 | by K.Malphurs
  Living in Minneapolis and without access to a private jet regulates me to either watching the NBA on TV or going to the Target Center and checking out a Timberwolves team that is one of only 6 NBA teams with a losing...
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Two Questions for the Front Office

March 30th, 2011 | by Jeff Lind
I don’t know how I missed this article the first time around (apparently need to update my reader), but NBA Confidential did a pretty awesome post on How Deron Williams Could Have Gone to New York Instead of New Jersey. It...
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Podcast 03/29

March 30th, 2011 | by Spencer Hall
The Salt City Hoops podcast is back after several weeks of recording and then gathering cobwebs on a jump drive in my bag. But we’re back, and I hope you don’t mind listening to Justin Davies and me talking about Al...
The potential of Jeremy Evans
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The potential of Jeremy Evans

March 28th, 2011 | by K.Malphurs
In Jeremy Evans last game in college he played 33 minutes and scored 6 points in a 54-48 loss against Troy. That performance wasn’t very far off from his average since he only scored 10 points per game for the Western...
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You Get What You Pay For

March 16th, 2011 | by K.Malphurs
The Jazz backcourt this year was terrible even before trading Deron Williams. Raja Bell has been an unquestionable failure as a starting shooting guard. The team has invested the majority of their resources (most notably cash) to...
The End of the 2010-2011 Season
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The End of the 2010-2011 Season

March 12th, 2011 | by K.Malphurs
Make no mistake about it, the Jazz season ended last night at the hands of the 17 win Minnesota Timberwolves. The current playoff odds by John Hollinger peg the Jazz as having a 4.4% chance of making the playoffs, and that might...
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Al Jefferson’s In-Season Improvement

March 10th, 2011 | by K.Malphurs
Yesterday, Al Jefferson scored 34 points on 71% shooting and won the game on a tip-in at the buzzer. This was another impressive recent game from the Jazz power forward. Following Jefferson this year there have been two main...