by Elmer Mejia | On Friday afternoon in Orlando, the Utah Jazz took on the San Antonio Spurs. Four Jazz starters weren’t available to play. Three of them were because of injury: Mike Conley, Donovan Mitchell, and Royce O’Neale. Rudy Gobert was just resting as they have back-to-back games. The only starter on the team … Continue reading Jazz Recap: Utah Bench Puts Up Fight For Spurs
by Daniel Olsen | As Harry Potter was finishing the Battle of Hogwarts, the Utah Jazz were playing the Chicago Bulls in the NBA Finals. While it’s just a fictional story, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was first released in America in 1997 around the time of the first Jazz vs Bulls Finals as … Continue reading Jazz Players as Harry Potter Characters
While we often focus on things like points, rebounds, and assists in the NBA, a good nickname is a unique branding opportunity for players. Let’s take a look at the nickname for the starting five of the Utah Jazz. The Nickname Scale: We will give a combined score on each of the following five categories. … Continue reading Nickname Basketball Association: The Utah Jazz
Hayward & Crowder finally meet for the first time since Hayward broke his ankle falling over Crowder...
Before tearing up this article for being clickbait, please read it. It's true that James year in and year out is an MVP candidate and one of the greatest to ever play the game. However, sometimes it's easy to forget that this is a team sport and sometimes the definition of "valuable" varies. How is … Continue reading Joe Ingles is More Valuable than LeBron James
The last time a Jazz player was in an All-Star game, he got his coach to resign and then was promptly traded. Jazz remember this infamous point guard as Deron Williams. The talented point guard had the Jazz at 4th place in the West and owned the skills competition and All-Star game. One night after … Continue reading Party like it’s 2011