Can the Jazz become the Comeback Kids?

By: Daniel Olsen January 14, 2019 (Featured photo courtesy of KUTV) Before this week the Jazz didn't have any double digit halftime comeback wins. They now have two in the last 10 days. What does this mean? Are the Jazz the new Comeback Kids or does this mean nothing? The answer is yes. Analytics support … Continue reading Can the Jazz become the Comeback Kids?

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New Year New Team

We have all heard the phrase New Year New Me.  It seems to be overused at this time of year when people take on low fat diets and gym memberships that last a month.  However, these same people are willing to point out when others are inconsistent.  In sports people are especially willing to call … Continue reading New Year New Team

The Change that started at Customs

The Jazz have gone through several different phases throughout the last forty years in Utah. The first 10 years were a struggle. The team was close to being sold. Luckily the development of several key draft picks gradually helped the team start to be an annual playoff contender. The second decade was considered The Golden … Continue reading The Change that started at Customs

Is Donovan Mitchell Clutch?

Donovan Mitchell is quite an interesting character in the Utah Jazz saga this season. Last season he was the rookie hero. With that crazy season comes high expectations this season. So far as a team the Jazz have struggled early. They are currently 2 games below .500 but are looking forward to being home for … Continue reading Is Donovan Mitchell Clutch?

Thank you Dwayne Wade

Dear Dwayne Wade, While you never played for the Jazz, we have many memories of you. We watched you enter the league in 2003 out of Marquette University. We watched you win a title with Shaq and then back to back Finals trophies with LeBron to match your jersey number in your Larry O'Brien trophy … Continue reading Thank you Dwayne Wade

Jazz’s 1st Non-“Quality Team” 1/4 Way Through Season

By Mark Milligan Jr Nov. 28, 2018 Image via The Edwardsville Intelligencer I don’t mean to throw shade at Brooklyn, but holy cow how the Jazz need a break. If ever one was overdue, it’s now! Before the season began, many recognized Utah’s early schedule as one of, if not THE most difficult. It was … Continue reading Jazz’s 1st Non-“Quality Team” 1/4 Way Through Season

The Hive Awards: Best Female Athlete

As the year draws to a close we remember the good, the bad and the ugly but hopefully mostly the good. With every bad coach there are several good and a few great ones in the state. There are so many great coaches at the prep, college and pro level but we decided to choose four nominees that performed exceptionally well and … Continue reading The Hive Awards: Best Female Athlete

The Hive Awards: Best Male Athlete

As the year draws to a close we remember the good, the bad and the ugly but hopefully mostly the good. With every bad athlete there are several good and a few great ones in the state. There are so many great coaches at the prep, college and pro level but we decided to choose four nominees that performed exceptionally well and … Continue reading The Hive Awards: Best Male Athlete

The Hive Awards: Head Coach of the Year

As the year draws to a close we remember the good, the bad and the ugly but hopefully mostly the good. With every bad coach there are several good and a few great ones in the state. There are so many great coaches at the prep, college and pro level but we decided to choose … Continue reading The Hive Awards: Head Coach of the Year

Jazz Hope to Avoid Strike 3 Against Grizzlies

Mark Milligan Jr. Nov. 11, 2018 The Utah Jazz are sitting with a 6-6 record to start the season and if you were feeling like they were underperforming, you're not alone. Considering their post-All-Star dominance last year and their uneventful offseason, I'd dare say most fans expected Utah to pick up where they left off. … Continue reading Jazz Hope to Avoid Strike 3 Against Grizzlies