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The Utah Jazz dropped another competitive home game Wednesday night, this time to the Dallas Mavericks. In the loss, Enes Kanter did what he’s been doing on a near regular basis since the All-Star break – scored in double-figures with

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The Utah Jazz faced off against the Dallas Mavericks Wednesday night in Salt Lake City. Behind 31 points on 12 of 14 shooting from Dirk Nowitzki, the Mavericks pulled out the road win of 108-101. The game was a back-and-forth

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Western Kentucky isn’t exactly a school known for producing basketball talent – the most notable college player to come from that school is Courtney Lee, currently of the Memphis Grizzlies. Another Hilltopper that has flown under the radar despite winning

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Tonight at EnergySolutions Arena, the Utah Jazz will host the Atlanta Jazz. Well, obviously that isn’t true but it might feel like it to some. The Atlanta Hawks (26-35) are in town and bring with them three former Jazz players.

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Rookie center Rudy Gobert, 27th pick in the first round of the NBA draft for the Utah Jazz, had a quiet beginning to the season. Since then, he’s managed to show the potential on which he was drafted – his

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Last week, before the Jazz started their six-game Eastern Conference swing, I wrote that the Jazz had become a team of streaks. With momentum in their pocket riding two straight wins they took to the skies looking to keep the

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The Utah Jazz have become a team of streaks. With three consecutive wins heading into the All-Star break, the Jazz promptly lost three in a row to start the second half.  Just as the waters started getting rough, Utah has

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The Utah Jazz have had their fair share of struggles this season – injuries, youth, a tough road schedule, and relative inexperience when it comes to starting basketball games in the NBA. That’s really manifested itself on the offensive end,

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During this NBA season the Jazz have been on a road of discovery. With only a handful of players under contract for next year, Utah’s biggest need going into the off-season might be as simple as knowing what they need.

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The All-Star break is the symbolic halfway mark of the NBA season, even though the Utah Jazz only have 29 games left to play. With the season rapidly coming to a close, storylines are aplenty. Utah has an incredibly bright