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2013-2014 Utah Jazz Predictions

August 14th, 2013 | by David J Smith
This is the time of the year that most Utah Jazz fans dread. The part of the year that bridges the draft and free agency with training camp can be downright rough. The one saving grace is that each passing day brings us closer to...
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2013-14 Utah Jazz: Figuring out a Rotation

August 6th, 2013 | by Denim Millward
In a season that most anticipate to be a rebuilding effort for the Jazz, the prime objective seems to be giving the young core as much playing time as reasonably possible.  Despite this clear path, Utah’s rotation is, as my...
Tracking the Growth of Gordon Hayward’s Beard
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Tracking the Growth of Gordon Hayward’s Beard

July 26th, 2013 | by Scott Stevens
With the transition into this new era of Jazz basketball, the brunt of the pressure seems to be falling on one guy: Gordon Hayward. But with all the positive feedback coming from the US Men’s National Team practices in Las...
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Three X Factors for the ’13-14 Jazz

July 26th, 2013 | by Dan Clayton
During a great discussion on last week’s Saturday Show where we dissected Dennis Lindsay’s comments about the current roster, I suddenly started to see players grouped in a completely different way than how we always...
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Jazz drop close one in Boston, Hayward silences KG

November 15th, 2012 | by Spencer Hall
The Jazz missed a perfect chance to steal a win in Boston last night, but failed to take advantage after Rajon Rondo left with an injury. Also, someday I’d like to replay the final few minutes and maybe not have Mo Williams...
JazzRank 4: Gordon Hayward
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JazzRank 4: Gordon Hayward

November 13th, 2012 | by Evan Hall
I should begin this JazzRank entry on Gordon Hayward with the following disclaimer: If you’re expecting me to do anything in this post beyond singing the praises of Gordon Hayward’s considerable basketball abilities,...
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When should Jazz fans start worrying about Gordon Hayward?

November 19th, 2010 | by K.Malphurs
— In 2004 the Jazz gave up Keon Clark and Ben Handlogten in a trade with the Phoenix Suns, who had recently fleeced the New York Knicks. It was one of those strange trades that still don’t make much sense, but it...