Utah Sports Ruckus: Poor Jazz asset management; Jimmer's luck; late charges for NCAA tourney

By Nate Gagon

For the Deseret News

Published: Monday, March 3 2014 9:30 a.m. MST

Newly signed Chicago Bulls guard Jimmer Fredette dribbles past New York Knicks guard Toure' Murry during the second half of an NBA basketball game on Sunday, March 2, 2014, in Chicago. The Bulls won 109-90.

Jeff Haynes, Associated Press

Last week was a memorable, five-star week in local sports with a couple Utah-connected stories making national headlines (Jimmer Fredette, fight at Utah Valley University game) along with several big results/developments with the Utes and Cougs, six high school basketball champions crowned, and the Jazz in action four times.

There was even a little football news and a hockey fight I philosophically experienced with my 6-year old son.

This new week has potential for a big impact as well.

Discover what’s up, where it’s at, who’s hot and what’s going down by beginning your weekly Utah Sports Ruckus.

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Nate Gagon is the author of the weekly sports column, Utah Sports Ruckus, and a contributor for the Deseret News. He is also a tech/media entrepreneur, shoots roughly 94% from the foul line, and can be reached at nategagon@hotmail.com or @nategagon.

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