Jazz Notes: Deep Dive into the Jazz Roster and Potential Offseason Upgrades

by Harrison Porter | Even though Utah’s season ended after the first round, the NBA playoffs continued until the Los Angeles Lakers won the Title last night. Since the 2019-2020 NBA season is officially over, it’s time to take a deeper look at the Jazz roster and examine any potential areas for improvement. I’ll be … Continue reading Jazz Notes: Deep Dive into the Jazz Roster and Potential Offseason Upgrades

Hive Awards highlight top performing Utah Jazz players this season

by Harry Porter | I wanted to give the Jazz faithful a quick breather since Utah fell to the Denver Nuggets in a heartbreaking game seven loss. Rather than dwelling on an early postseason exit, Jazz nation needs to celebrate the team’s strong season. While colleague, Daniel Olsen, previously highlighted the top Jazz moments of … Continue reading Hive Awards highlight top performing Utah Jazz players this season

Jazz Recap: It’s the Mitchell and Murray show again

by Elmer Mejia | Game six of the Jazz and Nuggets series took place tonight and it was a great one. The Jazz looked to end the series while the Denver Nuggets wanted to force a game seven. In the first quarter, the Jazz started off great. Mitchell was on fire, per usual. He scored … Continue reading Jazz Recap: It’s the Mitchell and Murray show again

Jordan Clarkson needs to be great for a Jazz win

by Daniel Olsen | The key to win this series is to win game six. While teams down 3-1 rarely win, when they can force a game seven and are confident they are the better team, then they have the momentum. The Nuggets are the better seed and have shown this season that when at … Continue reading Jordan Clarkson needs to be great for a Jazz win

Jazz Work Together to Defeat Nuggets in Game Two

by Elmer Mejia | Game two between the Jazz and the Nuggets took place today. The evenly-matched series was great from the get-go. Joe Ingles connected his first couple of three’s and had eight quick points in the first six minutes. Jokic was playing lights-out basketball by scoring the first 11 of the first 13 … Continue reading Jazz Work Together to Defeat Nuggets in Game Two

Jazz Notes: Utah Jazz vs. San Antonio Spurs Round II

by Harry Porter | As I mentioned in my recap, the Mavs simply out-executed the inexperienced Jazz second unit in the fourth quarter and stole the victory from Utah Monday. The Jazz did not walk away with a win but remained stagnant in sixth place in the Western Conference standings. Looking ahead, the Jazz will … Continue reading Jazz Notes: Utah Jazz vs. San Antonio Spurs Round II

Jazz Recap: Utah Suffers a Third Straight Loss at the Hands of the Dallas Mavericks

by Harry Porter | The Jazz lined up against the Dallas Mavericks with a plethora of stars missing from the pivotal matchup. The Mavs are locked into the seventh seed in the West and rested Luka Dončić, Kristaps Porziņģis and Dorian Finney-Smith. Donovan Mitchell did not suit up for the Jazz because of a leg … Continue reading Jazz Recap: Utah Suffers a Third Straight Loss at the Hands of the Dallas Mavericks

Jazz Recap: Utah Bench Puts Up Fight For Spurs

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

Jazz Recap: The Lakers beat the Great Salt Lake

by Daniel Olsen | Before the game, our Jazz preview writer Harrison Porter gave three “Jazz Notes” to success for this game vs the best team in the West. Let’s take a look at how they did. The starters combined for 83 which was much more than the 52 they combined for last game. They … Continue reading Jazz Recap: The Lakers beat the Great Salt Lake

Jazz Recap: Rudy and Donovan unite to beat the Pelicans

by Elmer Mejia | The NBA is back, and the Utah Jazz had the honor to restart the first official basketball game since the COVID-19 Pandemic. It was an emotional beginning as every player and staff member from both teams knelt for the national anthem. The Jazz started off great in the first couple minutes … Continue reading Jazz Recap: Rudy and Donovan unite to beat the Pelicans