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Andrew Aragon
Andrew Aragon works on the Deseret News vised team, where he designs pages and edits stories. He has also worked in the sports department where he covered a variety of sports including high schools, the Jazz, Weber State and the National Football League, and was a part of University of Utah football game day coverage. Andrew graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in communication from Weber State University. He previously worked at the Salt Lake Tribune where he won an APSE award. He has also worked as a correspondent for NBA.com.

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No. 1 seed Gonzaga barely avoided an upset bid by No. 16 seed Southern in a thrilling second round NCAA tournament game.
Gonzaga is a No. 1 seed for the first time in program history and feeling no pressure. The Bulldogs have never advanced past the Sweet 16, and this year's draw may present their best opportunity to do so.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Jazz starting forward Paul Millsap will not play against the Atlanta Hawks tonight due to a sprained left ankle.

GUARDS: It was a light duty night for starters Devin Harris and Gordon Hayward. Neither guard played after the first quarter, and it was a well-earned break before the playoffs. Alec Burks, Jamaal Tinsley and B

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GUARDS: Devin Harris did more than just hold his own against Steve Nash and the

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GUARDS: It certainly wasn't the most consistent effort from start to finish for Devin Harris and Gordon Hayward, but each played a huge role in saving the Jazz's victory. Harris provided one of the game's bigge

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GUARDS: Devin Harris had a forgettable stretch when he missed six of seven shots, but rebounded in the overtime periods. He scored five points in the first overtime, and then made the Jazz's go-ahead 3-pointer

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Guards: Devin Harris shot the lights out of the EnergySolutions Arena from 3-point range, draining five bombs for the Jazz. His hot shooting forced the Warriors out of their zone defense, Utah's nemesis, and op

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Guards: Earl Watson started in place of the injured Devin Harris, and it wasn't his best game. He played as hard as he usually does and helped out with five assists, two steals and two blocked shots, but someth

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GUARDS: Devin Harris and C.J. Miles both started for the Jazz, but you wouldn't know it by who was playing when it mattered. Neither played in the fourth quarter. Harris, who had 11 points and four assists, had

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