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    Disneyland and the Utah Jazz
    By David J Smith: My family and I are enjoying some quality time at Disneyland. In fact, we are actually in the midst of our second trip in the past month....

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Gordon Hayward takes his talents to Atlantic City

September 7th, 2011 | by Spencer Hall
Gordon Hayward has signed with a professional league and will be taking his talents elsewhere during the NBA lockout. It isn’t basketball, though. Hayward will join IGN’s Professional Video Game League and play in the...
5-on-5 Summer Prognostications
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5-on-5 Summer Prognostications

September 1st, 2011 | by Spencer Hall
Editor’s Note: In honor of the lockout, we chimed in with completely unfounded opinions, prognostications, and unsolicited advice for the Jazz front office. Check out the full 5-on-5 on ESPN.com, but here are a few more...
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Jazz Win (as usual) with Enes Kanter

August 25th, 2011 | by Nick Smith
Amidst the current labor stoppage, I have been doing my fair share of thinking/appreciating how nice it’s been to be a Jazz fan. Sure, we’ve never won an NBA championship, but ask yourself this; how many NBA franchises would...
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Retro Jazz: Utah vs LA on April 6, 1999

August 5th, 2011 | by Spencer Hall
(Hat tip to @monilogue for the video) In an effort to help you get through the lockout, here is one of my favorite Jazz games of all time. Appropriately enough, it happened in 1999 during the lockout-shortened season. The video...
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Where would they be?

July 15th, 2011 | by Nick Smith
In the midst of an unpromising lockout, Jazz fans everywhere can only wait and wish about the future of the young team they cheer for. As hard as I try to force myself to become some die hard women’s soccer fan or an MLB...
Off-Season Decisions for the Utah Jazz – Part 4 of 4
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Off-Season Decisions for the Utah Jazz – Part 4 of 4

June 29th, 2011 | by Nick Smith
Editors note: This is the final segment in a four part series. Check out Nick’s other posts on Utah’s offseason decisions (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) and let us know what you think the Jazz should do this offseason....
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A brief introduction to the rookies

June 27th, 2011 | by Spencer Hall
In case you haven’t seen these yet, here are some nice clips of new rookies Enes “Rhymes With Tennis” Kanter and Alec Burks. —...
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Surprising Odds to Win the 2011-12 NBA Rookie of the Year

June 27th, 2011 | by Spencer Hall
The Legend of The Jimmer seems to be compelling to all, even the oddsmakers who have to put their money where their mouth is. Bodog.com has released their odds to win the 2011-12 NBA Rookie of the Year and new Sacramento King...
Best Player Available It Is…
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Best Player Available It Is…

June 24th, 2011 | by Nick Smith
Ever since I was a kid, I can remember Kevin O’Connor talking about how the best strategy in any draft is taking the best player available. The Portland Trailblazers are the perfect bad example of what happens when you start...
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Morning After Drill – Salt City Hoops Talk 2011 Draft on the Sports Buzz

June 24th, 2011 | by Jeff Lind
Jeff joins Tyler over at the Pulse Network’s Sports Buzz for some morning after thoughts on the Jazz, their 2011 selections, and even some Jimmer. Take a look, and let us know how you feel about this year’s draft in...