Whistling Dixie: Do the Jazz Have a Fouling Problem?
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Whistling Dixie: Do the Jazz Have a Fouling Problem?

November 24th, 2015 | by Ben Dowsett
NBA basketball is the most difficult team sport in the world to officiate. Every game has its tough elements, but no other combines so many responsibilities for such a small number of officials. Three NBA referees are tasked with...
The Rundown: Thunder @ Jazz 11/23/15
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The Rundown: Thunder @ Jazz 11/23/15

November 23rd, 2015 | by Ben Dowsett
Another mic drop speech from Quin Snyder would be a bit too much to ask for in such short order, right? Were it not for Snyder’s forceful words following a somewhat similar-looking defeat at the hands of these same Thunder...
A Tale of Two Teams
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A Tale of Two Teams

November 23rd, 2015 | by Lucas Falk
After a disappointing loss to the Dallas Mavericks, the Utah Jazz are back to .500. At times it feels like the Jazz can do no wrong and other times it feels like they still have a lot of growing pains left to experience....
Salt City Seven: Early Western Conference Tiers, Game Balls For Favors, and More
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Salt City Seven: Early Western Conference Tiers, Game Balls For Favors, and More

November 19th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
It’s been 168 hours since our last Salt City Seven, so we’re back with yet another weekly recap of all things Jazz. Here are seven themes, thoughts and miscellanea from the Jazz’s 2-2 week. Game 1 counts just as...
The Rundown: Raptors @ Jazz 11/18/15
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The Rundown: Raptors @ Jazz 11/18/15

November 18th, 2015 | by Ben Dowsett
They say a sign of a good team is the ability to win without playing your best ball, right? Turns out the Jazz might be a good team. Battling some of the same periods of inconsistency that have plagued them early on in the year,...
Around the Horn: A Look at Former Jazzmen in the NBA
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Around the Horn: A Look at Former Jazzmen in the NBA

November 18th, 2015 | by David J Smith
Sunday’s tight, nail-biter of a match-up between the Utah Jazz and the Atlanta Hawks came down to the wire. The Jazz found themselves on Paul Millsap jumper away from a winless road trip. While that would not have been a...
Wing-T Formation: The 3-Wing Lineup Makes a Case as Utah’s Best
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Wing-T Formation: The 3-Wing Lineup Makes a Case as Utah’s Best

November 17th, 2015 | by Ben Dowsett
From the moment Dante Exum went to the floor holding his knee with the Australian national team over the summer, the point guard position was going to be a hot topic for the Utah Jazz. Exum’s injury removed one of the pieces...
Rudy Gobert, Derrick Favors, and the Value of a Block
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Rudy Gobert, Derrick Favors, and the Value of a Block

November 17th, 2015 | by Clint Johnson
As analytics continue to sweep the NBA, a misconception is growing: that improved numbers provide a “right” way to see the game. Analytics don’t offer the correct way to see anything; instead, they offer new...
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...
The Rundown: Jazz @ Hawks 11/15/15
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The Rundown: Jazz @ Hawks 11/15/15

November 15th, 2015 | by Ben Dowsett
Wipes-sweat-off-brow GIF, anyone? The Jazz finally found themselves on the right end of a nail-biter Sunday night, eking out a fantastically close 97-96 win in Atlanta that wasn’t sealed until Paul Millsap missed a shot...