Salt City Hoops Saturday Show – Analyzing the Roster So Far

July 21st, 2013 | by Andy Larsen

On this week’s Salt City Hoops Saturday Show, Andy Larsen, Dan Clayton and 1280 AM “The Big Show” producer Austin Horton take a deeper look into Dennis Lindsey’s 20 minute interview on Friday. We parse his comments: what did Lindsey really mean when talking about John Lucas’ signing? Is he a good fit with the Jazz? Why is Raul Neto staying in Spain, and what’s his future with the Utah Jazz? Kanter, Hayward, and Favors are all working out with the team in different ways this summer… why are they different, and what do each of their plans say about their upcoming season’s? We take a statistical look at Favors, Hayward, and Jeremy Evans. Finally, we talk about the next step: Lindsey indicated that the Jazz likely aren’t done this summer… what’s the next move? All that and more on this week’s show!

Andy Larsen

Andy Larsen

Andy Larsen is the Managing Editor of Salt City Hoops, the ESPN TrueHoop affiliate for the Utah Jazz. He also hosts a radio show and podcast every week on ESPN700 AM in Salt Lake City.
Andy Larsen


  1. Rory says:

    Why would any fan be upset by the Jazz not resigning Earl and Jamal? When they were on the floor they were playing 4 on 5 as neither one of them could hit the rim on an consistent basis. I for one would have not supported the team in any way if they had brought either one of those 2 back for the upcoming season!!

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