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When you think about the future roster of the Utah Jazz, not much is a sure thing. The Jazz have many free agents and you never know what the summer may bring. One player that the Jazz definitely won’t be

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Sometimes, a season can seem really rough for a team and its fanbase. This season has been one of those for the Utah Jazz, in more ways than one. A lot of losses piled up early, rookie point guard Trey

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Career highs aren’t supposed to happen this often. Right? The past 10 days for the Utah Jazz have been memorable to say the least. After knocking off Detroit 110-89 on Friday night, they’ve won three of their past five games

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The Utah Jazz are just about halfway through their 2013-14 season (they’ll play game number 41 on Friday against the Detroit Pistons) and it’s been an interesting year to say the least. After playing in San Antonio on Wednesday night

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Alec Burks makes it look so easy. Playing for the second game in a row without leading scorer Gordon Hayward, who averages 17 points per game,  the Jazz found the offensive boost they needed thanks in large part to Burks.

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The Jazz (12-25), as much as any other team, has changed drastically over the last three seasons. Losing a coach that had led the team for over 1,800 games and a point guard, who at the time, was one of

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A career night for Gordon Hayward turned into a 112-101 Jazz win over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday night.  Hayward went off, scoring a career high 37 points on just 16 shots. He played the best game of his

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Quick – think of some instances where the Utah Jazz and a three-point shot can be mentioned in a positive breath.  Besides John Stockton hitting ‘The Shot’ that sent the Jazz to the Finals in 1997, Darrell Griffith in 1986

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The Utah Jazz started 2014 off the right way, with a 96-87 win against the Milwaukee Bucks. The victory pushed the Jazz to .500 in their last 20 games, the first time they can make that claim all season. While

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When Trey Burke came to Utah, he brought with him a lot of expectations. Any former NCAA National Player of the Year is bound to make some kind of impact on his new NBA home before even stepping onto the