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Brad Rock
Brad Rock, a.k.a. "Rockmonster," has been a sports columnist at the Deseret News since 1994. Prior to that he worked as a beat writer, covering the Utah Jazz (1990-94). He has covered the Super Bowl, NCAA Final Four, NBA Finals, world title fights and the Olympics. Rock's career began at the Gallup (NM) Independent. He has won dozens of local and national writing awards and has authored three books. His experience includes writing articles for numerous national publications, as well as syndicated radio advertising copy. He has also taught sports writing for five years on the major university level.

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Dennis Lindsey says he likes the talent but the team has the wherewithal to shoot for the stars. More likely in free agency, the Jazz will end up with supplemental players, not the star they need.
Also, while Jazz draft pick Trey Lyles has a small town view of Salt Lake, he might want to check the census.
Former Jazz forward retires after an arguably underrated career.
Team has both the money and cap space to get a proven star. Waiting for players to mature adds frustration to fans.
History doesn't favor monumental moves, but good choices still exist around No. 12, including Texas big man Myles Turner.
Also, Beware, BYU critics; an ill wind may blow.
Analytics have made a lot of information available — and made the job both easier and harder for front office personnel.
Toledo's football coach stops a religious practice after organization complains. Now is everybody happy?
Failure to collect trophies put added emphasis as RSL kept alive hopes of an Open Cup win by beating Sounders 2.
Also, Andrei Kirilenko can run, but he can't hide from wife's comments dating to 2006.