NBA: Legendary Utah Jazz Coach Jerry Sloan Passes Away At The Age of 78

As the world of sports finishes the ESPN documentary series “The Last Dance” detailing the famed story of Michael Jordan’s final season with the Chicago Bulls, there’s another Bull the world also is remembering on this day, and to many he is considered “The Original Bull”. Jerry Sloan, head coach of the Utah Jazz for… Continue reading NBA: Legendary Utah Jazz Coach Jerry Sloan Passes Away At The Age of 78

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Utah Jazz: Even Without Gordon Hayward, Shouldn’t Be Left For Dead

After not signing Gordon Hayward, the Utah Jazz find themselves without a leader. It’s pretty much a given that in the competitive Western Conference the Jazz won’t be a favorite for a playoff berth. That still doesn’t mean the team can’t at least remain competitive. With Ricky Rubio at the helm, the Utah Jazz has… Continue reading Utah Jazz: Even Without Gordon Hayward, Shouldn’t Be Left For Dead

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Minnesota Timberwolves Agree to Trade Ricky Rubio to Utah Jazz

With less than a few hours until the start of free agency in the NBA, Ricky Rubio is the next player to be on the move. The Minnesota Timberwolves have agreed to trade starting point guard Ricky Rubio to the Utah Jazz for a 2018 first round pick in the NBA Draft; multiple sources have… Continue reading Minnesota Timberwolves Agree to Trade Ricky Rubio to Utah Jazz

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NBA Playoffs Round 1: The Los Angeles Clippers Redeem Themselves in Game 2 Against the Utah Jazz

April 18, 2017; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin (32) speaks with Los Angeles Clippers guard JJ Redick (4) during a time out against the Utah Jazz in the second half in game two of the first round of the 2017 NBA Playoffs at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Los Angeles Clippers Revitalize Their Playoff Hopes, Beat Utah Jazz 99-91 Blake Griffin led the Los Angeles Clippers with a vintage performance, scoring 24 points, along with DeAndre Jordan’s double-double in their victory over the Utah Jazz Tuesday night, evening the series at 1-1. Jordan ended the game with 18 points and 15 rebounds, in… Continue reading NBA Playoffs Round 1: The Los Angeles Clippers Redeem Themselves in Game 2 Against the Utah Jazz

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NBA Playoffs Round 1: Utah Jazz Slither by Los Angeles Clippers in Nail-Biter Victory

Apr 15, 2017; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Utah Jazz forward Joe Johnson (left) is mobbed by teammates after scoring the winning basket with no time in game one of the first round of the 2017 NBA Playoffs against the LA Clippers at Staples Center. The Jazz won 97-95. Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

Utah Jazz Tops Los Angeles Clippers Without Rudy Gobert 97-95 11 seconds into the game was all it took for defensive star Rudy Gobert to fall to his knees with an apparent leg injury. He was unable to get up without the aid of his teammates and was carried off to the locker room. Gobert… Continue reading NBA Playoffs Round 1: Utah Jazz Slither by Los Angeles Clippers in Nail-Biter Victory

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Throwback Thursday: Sundiata Gaines

During the 2008 NBA draft, A young guard out of Georgia university sat nervously waiting to hear the commissioner to say the name Sundiata Gaines. After waiting all night Sundiata Gaines went undrafted. After his first attempt to join the league failed, Gaines decided to take his talents to the Italian league, where he had a stint with NGC Cantu. The next… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Sundiata Gaines

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Utah Jazz: No injuries?

For many it has seemed like forever since the Utah Jazz have been Injury free. With Injuries to George Hill, Derrick Favors, Alec Burks, Gordon Hayward, and even Rodney Hood. Last night  for the first time all season, the Jazz where injury free as they faced the Memphis Grizzlies. Even though the Jazz walked away with a… Continue reading Utah Jazz: No injuries?

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Hiring writers to cover the Utah Jazz

How passionate are you about the Utah Jazz? Are you reading articles or listening as some commentator rips your team’s performance? The Jazz are quietly building a contender with a roster that includes Joe Johnson, George Hill Gordon Hayward and Derrick Favors. How do you feel about being a voice that gets to write about your… Continue reading Hiring writers to cover the Utah Jazz

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Utah Jazz: In Dennis Lindsey we trust

In my opinion the Utah Jazz should have had 3 objectives this off season: they needed to strengthen our depth at the point gaurd position, gain more 3 point threats, and add some much needed experience to a very young roster. We saw this season as the Jazz struggled with injury’s to key players, with injury’s… Continue reading Utah Jazz: In Dennis Lindsey we trust

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Utah Jazz: 2016 will be a return to the glory years

The Utah Jazz was a “Mamba Day” away from making the playoffs in 2015, but it wasn’t meant to be. 2016 starts a new season, and if their offseason moves are any indication, we can expect something magical from the Jazz. The Jazz has what I will consider one of the best-starting units in the NBA, but they… Continue reading Utah Jazz: 2016 will be a return to the glory years

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