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Reconstructive Jazz

April 27th, 2011 | by Mychal
A lot has gone wrong during this season.  You know that old joke you would tell your friends before every Jazz season?  The one about how there are 3 things in life that will never change? Death, Taxes, and Jerry Sloan?...
I’d Rather Be a Loser than a Hostage
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I’d Rather Be a Loser than a Hostage

April 15th, 2011 | by Jeff Lind
Last July the Jazz’ wild 2010-11 season unofficially began when Portland offered undrafted rookie Wes...
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Vegas Preseason Win Total Summary: Let’s hope you didn’t bet on the Jazz

April 14th, 2011 | by K.Malphurs
The 2010-2011 regular season is over, and out of curiosity I wanted to quantify this season’s biggest pleasant surprises and disappointments. In order to set a proper benchmark, I looked at the preseason over/under win...
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Jazz Games of the Year

April 12th, 2011 | by K.Malphurs
The fact that this year has been a bad year for Jazz fans should be undisputed. The team came into the year with an All-Star point guard, a Hall of Fame coach and postseason aspirations (this writer predicted 50 wins). The year...
What’s Next for Paul Millsap?
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What’s Next for Paul Millsap?

April 8th, 2011 | by Jeff Lind
In 2006, the Jazz took a second...
Something to Believe In
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Something to Believe In

April 6th, 2011 | by Jeff Lind
In last night’s Jazz vs. Laker game, the Jazz were up only 1 point in the final seconds. It was crunch time, and Kobe called for the ball. He was ready to finish them off. Kobe entered Mamba mode, drove to the rim, lost...
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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...