• Chat Wrap: Free Agency, Cap & Trade
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    Chat Wrap: Free Agency, Cap & Trade
    By Dan Clayton:   Let the craziness begin. There are just hours to go before NBA free agency, and you probably have questions. Whether or not the Utah...

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The Early-Season Excellence of Randy Foye
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The Early-Season Excellence of Randy Foye

December 9th, 2012 | by Spencer Hall
by Sam Strong, special to Salt City Hoops Don’t look now, but the Jazz are on a two-game winning streak after throttling the Raptors at Energy Solutions Arena on Friday, 131-99. While the Jazz continue to hover around .500...
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Lindsanity – Utah Jazz Twitter Power Rankings v 2.0

December 7th, 2012 | by Jeff Lind
What a week! Since the last Lindsanity post, our (then) 9-7 Utah Jazz have dropped three of four (one being a brutal one point loss at the hands of the Clippers), and are now dead even in the W/L at 10-10. Hopefully this...
If you can coach, you can coach: Natalie Nakase and Earl Watson
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If you can coach, you can coach: Natalie Nakase and Earl Watson

December 3rd, 2012 | by Spencer Hall
Natalie Nakase is an assistant film coordinator for the Los Angeles Clippers and former head coach of the Saitama Broncos, a men’s professional basketball team in Japan. You’d be forgiven for thinking that her...
A former walk-on reflects on the passing of Rick Majerus
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A former walk-on reflects on the passing of Rick Majerus

December 3rd, 2012 | by Spencer Hall
AP Photo/Jack Dempsey — by Tim Cannon, special to Salt City Hoops The life lessons I remember the most from Coach Majerus were the ones he had the most difficulty following. During my one year as a walk-on in his program...
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Lindsanity – Utah Jazz Twitter Power Rankings

November 29th, 2012 | by Jeff Lind
We’re starting a new column this week that turns the tables on Power Rankings. As fans, we spend a lot of time critiquing players, coaches, fan bases, front & back offices, and even the fandom of upper vs. lower decks....
Jeremy Evans is still the best artist in the league
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Jeremy Evans is still the best artist in the league

November 27th, 2012 | by Spencer Hall
Besides being one of the nicest humans in history and reigning NBA Dunk Champion, Jeremy Evans is an impressive artist. Earl Watson posted the picture above that Evans said he drew sometime last summer. Evans said he was working...
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Jazz steal a wild one from the Nuggets, remain undefeated at home

November 27th, 2012 | by Spencer Hall
Jazz 105 – Nuggets 103 ESPN Recap | Box Score Where to begin on one of the strangest Jazz home games in recent memory? To paraphrase Stefon, this game had everything: World-class matador defense giving up 65 points in the...
Jazz 102 – Rockets 91: Player Grades
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Jazz 102 – Rockets 91: Player Grades

November 19th, 2012 | by Spencer Hall
Houston Rockets 91 Final Recap | Box Score 102 Utah Jazz Paul Millsap, PF 26 MIN | 4-9 FG | 2-2 FT | 8 REB | 1 AST | 10 PTS | -1A solid/decent game from Paul, despite the slow start. Luckily, Omer Asik provided...
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JazzRank 2: Al Jefferson

November 19th, 2012 | by Evan Hall
Easily the most consistently powerful emotion I feel when I watch Mad Men is guilt. Obviously I feel a healthy degree of vicarious guilt for all of the horrible things the characters do to each other, but mostly I’m...
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On James Harden and hypothetical team building

November 16th, 2012 | by Spencer Hall
By Matt Pacenza, special to Salt City Hoops Something exceedingly rare happened a few weeks ago: an NBA team voluntarily traded a young star on the cusp of greatness. The impact of the momentous trade of shooting guard James...