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Podcast – Jedi & Jerms On The Utah Jazz

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadIntroducing Jedi & Jerms on the Jazz.  The “Triple J” podcast is a weekly show featuring Alan Zaugg (@Jedizaugg) and John English (@Jermsguy) as we discuss events surrounding the Utah Jazz. For our first episode, we discuss the first eight games of the, still very young, Utah Jazz season. Topics range from who is ... Read More »

Utah Jazz: The First Five Games

NBA: Cleveland Cavaliers at Utah Jazz

The Utah Jazz had their most thrilling game of the season when LeBron and the foreordained Cavs rolled into Salt Lake City, looking to turn their early misfortunes around. The Jazz offense clicked in the first half, and after two quarters they had a double-digit lead. The second half, shots stopped falling, and the Cavs went to the free-throw line ... Read More »

The Morning Shootaround – Utah Jazz: Week 2

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This week’s games: Monday, November 3 – Los Angeles Clippers.  Staples Center. 8:30 PM MT. Wednesday, November 5 – Cleveland Cavaliers.  Energy Solutions Arena. 7:00 PM MT. Friday, November 7 – Dallas Mavericks.  Energy Solutions Arena.  7:00 PM MT. Sunday, November 9 – Detroit Pistons.  The Palace of Auburn Hills. 4:00 PM MT Game of the Week: Utah Jazz @ ... Read More »

Utah Jazz destroy Suns 118-91

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On paper, this looked like the most brutal opening schedule the NBA could possibly plan. The first six games are against four Western Conference winners (Mavs twice) and LeBron’s Cavs. It looked like the only way the Jazz could start 1-5 was if they snuck up on the Rockets. There was no sneaking. They still might start 1-5, but the ... Read More »

A Few Observations From The Utah Jazz Home Opener

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The NBA season is underway. As you sit back and prepare to watch the Utah Jazz battle the Dallas Mavericks, here are a few early observations from the home opener to peak your interest: Patience – Coach Quin Snyder has instituted a new way of doing things. It’s different than any of the players have previously experienced. The system is ... Read More »

2014-15 Utah Jazz Team Award Predictions

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At the end of every NBA season, awards are issued to the best players in the league.  This often leads to fans discussing who would receive team awards.  Why wait until the season ends? We can already tell you who will be the big winners for the Utah Jazz at the end of the season; Or at least who we ... Read More »

Utah Jazz – New Year, Same Result?

NBA: Preseason-Utah Jazz at Los Angeles Lakers

The 2014 off-season was a crazy one for the Utah Jazz.  The team parted ways with Head Coach Tyrone Corbin, and picked up Quin Snyder as his replacement.  The team let Gordon Hayward test the waters of free agency, only to match a max offer from the Charlotte Hornets.  They may have struck NBA gold when both Dante Exum and ... Read More »

Torn By Sports Tipoff: Utah Jazz – Week 1

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This week’s games: Wednesday, October 29 – Houston Rockets.  Energy Solutions Arena. 7:00 PM MT. Thursday, October 30 – Dallas Mavericks.  American Airlines Center.  6:30 PM MT. Saturday, November 1 – Phoenix Suns.  Energy Solutions Arena. 7:00 PM MT Game of the Week: Utah Jazz @ Dallas Mavericks While many will be quick to focus on the star power of ... Read More »

NBA Western Conference Power Rankings

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Earlier I did the Power Rankings for the NBA’s Eastern Conference, and now here goes with the West. 15. LOS ANGELES LAKERS (25-57) – The Lakers are going to be a glorious train-wreck this year. From Byron Scott’s anti-scoring coaching to Kobe Bryant scoring 27 points on 27 shots per night to Carlos Boozer’s enthusiastic yelling on every fifth play regardless of ... Read More »

How the Utah Jazz fared in NBARank

Gordon Hayward finished at #47 on NBARank, the highest among Jazz players. (Photo: ESPN.com)

The #NBARank is a fun “one committee’s opinion” piece that starts a conversation. Sure, they’ll be wrong on some projections, overvaluing some and undervaluing others. They undervalued six or seven players on the Suns team last year, because who knew new coach Jeff Hornacek was going to lead almost all of them to career-best years? So now that’s I’ve got ... Read More »