Best Utah Jazz moments of 2020 season

by Daniel Olsen | The 2019-2020 regular NBA season started on October 23, 2019. After 312 days, the Utah Jazz season finally ended. Although there were high hopes for this season, there is still plenty to be excited about with this team. Let’s take a look at the 10 biggest moments of this season: 10. … Continue reading Best Utah Jazz moments of 2020 season

Jazz Playoff Preview: Utah vs. Denver Game 3

by Harry Porter | Donovan’s impact on game two was honestly more impressive than his 57 points in game one. Donovan dropped 30 points while shooting 71.4% from the field, 85.7% from three, and 100% at the free-throw line. Donovan led the Jazz to a blow-out victory in game two. Utah should maintain that energy … Continue reading Jazz Playoff Preview: Utah vs. Denver Game 3

Jazz Notes: Previewing Utah Jazz vs. San Antonio Spurs

by Harry Porter | The Jazz got a dominant performance out of their starting five as they defeated an injury-hampered Memphis Grizzlies team. I believe Quin Synder and the front office will be looking at tomorrow as an evaluation game for their bench and reserve players. The Spurs are looking to snap a two-game losing … Continue reading Jazz Notes: Previewing Utah Jazz vs. San Antonio Spurs

Jazz Players as Harry Potter Characters

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

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

NBA “Bubble Game” Preview: Utah Jazz vs New Orleans Pelicans

by Harrison Porter | The NBA returns on Thursday night and the Jazz will have the honor of being in the first official “bubble” game. That will make 142 days since the last time the Jazz were on the court before the season was suspended on March 11, 2020. Currently, the Jazz sit in fourth … Continue reading NBA “Bubble Game” Preview: Utah Jazz vs New Orleans Pelicans

Nickname Basketball Association: The Utah Jazz

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

The Return of Mountain Mike

The 10 game win streak for the Jazz finally came to an end last Thursday. In a wild finish the Jazz lost, and then went to overtime, then lost again to the New Orleans Pelicans. It is hard to win that many games in a row in the NBA no matter who the opponent is. … Continue reading The Return of Mountain Mike

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

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