Jazz Numbers Week 1

We are one week into the NBA season and the Jazz have a lot for fans to be excited about! They have had two close games, a blowout in their favor and a 9 point loss to the Lakers that was never really close in the second half until Coach Vogel benched his starters. So … Continue reading Jazz Numbers Week 1

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Mailman Mitchell

Bojan was hobbling. OKC was ahead. Mike Conley couldn't buy a bucket even if it was at the dollar store. Still, the Jazz found a way to win thanks to their stingy-as-always defense and one man: Donovan Mitchell. Donovan has been sensational since his rookie year but it didn't come without struggles. He had a … Continue reading Mailman Mitchell

Remembering Derrick Favors

Derrick Favors recently had a chance to reunite with his former Jazz teammates when the New Orleans Pelicans hosted the Utah Jazz in a preseason game. There was plenty of love to go around on the team social media page and among his former teammates. Why is he such a beloved Jazz man? With every … Continue reading Remembering Derrick Favors

Jazz Media Day Trick or Treat special

The Utah Jazz are back and ready to build upon last season. They have now been to the playoffs for three straight years with two second round and one first round exit to show for it. They've made trades. They've signed players. Let's go! What does October have in store for the Jazz? Well, they … Continue reading Jazz Media Day Trick or Treat special

SLC “Comic Con” 2020

By: Daniel Olsen Photo from Spider-Man Far From Home Commercial This is a script detailing the Utah Jazz's pursuit of an NBA championship via a dynamic duo that shall henceforth be named the Comic Con Peter Parker, having announced his retirement from his superhero career, passed on his Spider-Man outfit to a rising star named … Continue reading SLC “Comic Con” 2020

The Utah Jazz and the 2019 NBA Draft

by Daniel Olsen The Utah Jazz drafted a polarizing player in Grayson Allen in 2018 who will hopefully develop to be an integral piece of the team. A player selected in the 20s or higher often has to to earn his way to the top and Grayson was humble enough to put in the work … Continue reading The Utah Jazz and the 2019 NBA Draft

Mom advice for the Rising Stars of Utah

Where would we be without our mothers? They drove us to soccer practice, put band aids on us when we got hurt and carried us around for 9 months. The teams in the Beehive State could use some motherly advice help them through the trials of competing in their sport. What would they say if … Continue reading Mom advice for the Rising Stars of Utah

The Dark Side of the Jazz

We all have those Jazz Jedis we've loved that were great. There were also those Jar-Jar Binks type players who maybe didn't play so great but we admired them as a person. Who would be the first team all hate for the Jazz? Who were the Chosen Ones who turned to the Dark Side and … Continue reading The Dark Side of the Jazz

Jazz vs Rockets Playoff Preview

by Daniel Olsen Last year the Jazz upset the Oklahoma City Thunder, but things headed south when they flew south to Houston. This year the Jazz survived a brutal first half of the season better than the previous year but didn't quite hit the same fever pitch as their 29-6 finish last year. That's ok … Continue reading Jazz vs Rockets Playoff Preview

Same Old, Same Old Jazz

For the third straight year, it looks like Utah will again be in the middle of the Western Conference pack.  That isn't necessarily a bad thing.  The Utah Jazz have given their fans something to cheer about in recent years.  After 4 seasons without a playoff berth and 6 without a playoff win, the #5 … Continue reading Same Old, Same Old Jazz