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

Why Kevin Love could make sense for the Utah Jazz

by Brandon Quinones| After a year filled with uncertainty and where all hope seemed lost at one point in terms of a basketball season, the Utah Jazz made the best of their opportunity in the NBA bubble. The Jazz managed to pull off another successful winning seasonwhere they reeled off a 44-28 record and had … Continue reading Why Kevin Love could make sense for the Utah Jazz

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

Around the NBA: Announced Awards and Predictions

by Harry Porter | In a pandemic-riddled sports world, the NBA season awards schedule has been disheveled at best. Rather than sticking to the recent awards show format, the NBA is announcing its end of season awards individually during the postseason action. So far, the Kia Defensive Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, … Continue reading Around the NBA: Announced Awards and Predictions

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 Recap: Utah Takes Commanding 3-1 Lead on Nuggets

by Daniel Olsen | Prior to the game I gave the Jazz “Ten Commandments” for success against the Nuggets. You can read that preview here. It’s time to see how obedient the Jazz were. 1. Thou shalt have no other stars before Donovan Mitchell: The Jazz obeyed this one. The offense often ran through Donovan … Continue reading Jazz Recap: Utah Takes Commanding 3-1 Lead on Nuggets

Playoff Preview: Ten Commandments for Jazz vs Nuggets Game 4

by Daniel Olsen | This has certainly been the best playoff series for a while for the Jazz. The last time they looked this good was likely the six-game series where they defeated the OKC Thunder in Donovan’s rookie year. Since then, bad matchups with Houston in back-to-back years did them in. Now, how can … Continue reading Playoff Preview: Ten Commandments for Jazz vs Nuggets Game 4

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

NBA Bubble Award Predictions

by Harry Porter | The NBA restart at Disney has felt like an overall success. There was a play-in game for the 8th seed that gave Damian Lillard a chance to rewrite his own playoff history. The Phoenix suns went 8-0 throughout the seeding games and were one of the most fun teams to watch. … Continue reading NBA Bubble Award Predictions

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