Author Archives: Todd Patton

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The Jazz fell to the Thunder 110-87 on Wednesday night, bringing their record to 33-32 with 17 games left on the schedule. The Utah Jazz somehow found a way to stay in the playoff hunt for the 8th seed in

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Utah Jazz fans innately have thoughts that come to mind when thinking about the Chicago Bulls and the crushing defeats at the hands of His Airness.  The days of Shandon Anderson vs Ron Harper are over, but winning in Chicago

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Coming out of the All-Star break the Jazz had a big match-up against the Warriors.  Utah led wire-to-wire and winning 115-101 and made up for losing to Golden State back in December.  Al Jefferson had 24 points and led the

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Jeremy Evans Self-Portrait Dunk Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Image

All-Star weekend is always better when you are represented. It’s the reason I used to endlessly hope D-Will would be selected or why I thoroughly enjoyed watching Jeremy Evans in the Slam Dunk Competition last year. I’ll always watch, but