The Jazz speed up development stage to win now. Where Juan Manuel Martinez ranks among the all-star game snubs.
Zions Bank Beehive Classic will have those men's basketball teams play each other once in a round-robin format over the course of the three years. Read more »
Just two games into the U.S. basketball team's pre-Olympic tour, coach Mike Krzyzewski already sees the start of something big. Read more »
Patent applications raise the prospect of photographic contact lenses. It could open a whole new view of sports. Read more »
The NBA All-Star Game's exit from North Carolina because of a law limiting protections for LGBT people represents some of the worst publicity yet for Republican Gov. Pat McCrory's re-election... Read more »
Local flavor in the NBA (and beyond): Fredette, Collinsworth and Poeltl show off summer league skills
A look at the NBA players with local ties who participated during the NBA's three summer leagues or landed in a new spot. Read more »
Morning links: George Hill found out about trade through voicemail; Sam Gordon called 'fearless' by Alex Morgan
Sam Gordon is helping girls tackle football grow. George Hill found out about his move to the Jazz in a voicemail. Read more »
In a surprising summer of free agency, the Jazz took major steps to be a player in the tough Western Conference. Few offseasons have been so fruitful. Read more »
The Jazz wrapped up summer-league action Friday with a 92-88 win over the Lakers, but the most important part of this two-week experience ended earlier this week. Read more »
With the addition of 3 veteran free agents, and hopes of staying healthy, Bleacher Report columnist Grant Hughes has the Utah Jazz ranked as the NBA's 4th-best team entering the 2016-17 season, a... Read more »
The Jazz shooting guard will help train Team USA for the Olympics next week as part of the country's Select Team. Read more »
Fredette, whose Nuggets beat the Jazz 80-60, is maintaining a positive attitude while he tries to prove himself worthy of an NBA roster spot once again. Read more »
Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel first reported Thursday that the L.A. Clippers will trade C.J. Wilcox and cash to the Orlando Magic for Devyn Marble and a 2020 second-round draft pick. Read more »
The Jazz center discusses his decision to join Team France: "We can do something great, so let’s do it." Read more »
Can Jimmer Fredette make it back to the NBA? The Utah Jazz are one of a handful of teams who won in free agency. Read more »
Utah advances in the NBA Summer League playoffs with an 86-71 win over Portland despite Trey Lyles' absence. Read more »
Morning Links: Are you ready for BYU football?; Hayward shares news about a new addition to the roster
Are you ready for BYU football? Gordon Hayward announces new addition. Utah Lacrosse information all in one place. Read more »
The Jazz fall to 1-2 in Las Vegas and will play the Blazers again when the summer league playoffs begin Wednesday. Read more »
Jerry Sloan's right-hand man is recognized by the National Basketball Coaches Association for his lifetime impact on the game of basketball. Read more »
NBA summer league: Former Utes Poeltl, Wright help lift Raptors past ex-Cougar Collinsworth, Mavericks
Two former University of Utah stars helped Toronto best Dallas and former BYU guard Kyle Collinsworth in Las Vegas Summer League play Monday night. Read more »
Karl Malone is No. 2 on the NBA's all-time scoring list, but will LeBron James pass him? Read more »
As happens every year, a number of teams overpaid players who may not carry adequate value now or into the future. Read more »
The Utah Jazz are compared to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Delon Wright shares his memory of facing Tim Duncan. Also, Rudy Gobert breaks news on Twitter. Read more »
Lillard on Bolomboy's path to becoming an NBA player: "It’s going to come down to being the best version of himself all of the time." Read more »
Rudy Gobert will join new Jazz teammate Boris Diaw on the team affectionately called "Les Bleus" (The Blues) in his country. Read more »
Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green was arrested on a charge of misdemeanor assault and battery over the weekend near the Michigan State campus, police said Monday. Read more »
Tim Duncan spent nearly two decades as the quiet storm in the middle of the San Antonio Spurs franchise, putting the team on his broad shoulders and carrying it to heights unseen in modern American... Read more »
Jerami Grant puts Ivica Zubac on a poster during the Las Vegas Summer League. Read more »
Also, Damian Lillard’s makes room for one more kid in his sold-out basketball camp. Read more »
Jazz defeat New Orleans 79-72 despite the absence of resting power forward Trey Lyles. Read more »
The French center, who hopes to play in Utah for a long time, said he'll decide soon whether to join his compatriots in Brazil next month. Read more »
Jazz might also make some other lineup switches to mix things up after losing four straight. Read more »
Lyles scores 28 points in Saturday's loss in Las Vegas, but his summer has been about more than just scoring. Read more »
Building the best team from all the players who suited up for the Jazz in franchise history. Read more »
The Utah Jazz introduced two of their latest additions to the team, point guard George Hill and versatile wing Joe Johnson, who both said they're excited to be joining a young talented Jazz team. Read more »
George Hill, Joe Johnson, Jazz general manager discuss the former duo's arrival in Utah. Boris Diaw will join the squad after his duty with the French National Team has concluded for the summer Read more »
The Utah Jazz will also receive San Antonio's second-round pick in 2022 in addition to Boris Diaw for the rights to Olivier Hanlan. Read more »
Ben Simmons showed why he was the No. 1 overall pick by the downtrodden Philadelphia 76ers during his first two games in the Utah Jazz Summer League. It was also clear the former LSU star has... Read more »
The Utah Jazz, like so many visitors, are hoping their fortunes will turn for the better while they’re in Sin City. Read more »
The Utah Jazz went 0-3 in the Utah Summer League, which concluded Thursday night, but there were some bright spots this week, most notably Trey Lyles and Tibor Pleiss. Read more »
With the NBA’s moratorium in the rearview mirror, the league office approved the three-way trade the Jazz made weeks ago with Indiana and Atlanta. Read more »
Kevin Durant wanted to look MVP Stephen Curry in the eye, meet Klay Thompson face to face, and find out for himself whether they truly wanted him as a teammate. Read more »
Morning links: Zach Lowe of ESPN calls the Jazz a No. 4 seed; Utah's trade for Boris Diaw earns an 'A'
Zach Lowe and Kevin Arnovitz of ESPN Radio think the Jazz are a No. 4 in the West. Hoops Habit gives the Jazz an "A" for picking up Boris Diaw. Finally, the Guardian compares how NY and RSL used... Read more »
Former University of Utah star Johnnie Bryant gets a chance to return to the Huntsman Center Thursday — this time as head coach of the Utah Jazz Summer League squad. It's an opportunity that... Read more »
Deseret News' top Utah Jazz contributors weigh in on the team's draft picks and trades. Read more »
Analysis: How the additions of George Hill, Joe Johnson and Boris Diaw affect Utah Jazz's salary cap
General manager Dennis Lindsey has added depth and veteran leadership to the roster while maintaining financial flexibility for the future. Read more »
Former Utah State star Spencer Butterfield got the start for Utah in the summer league game Tuesday against Boston and scored eight points in front of a large group of family and friends. Read more »
A look at how the addition of Boris Diaw via trade and the subtraction of Trevor Booker via free agency could alter the Jazz next season. Read more »
Kevin Durant agreed to sign with powerhouse Golden State to create another super team, thus killing any notion that the NBA is a league in which every team — large or small market — has... Read more »
The Jazz suddenly have depth and experience, things they lacked last year, after moves to get Boris Diaw, Joe Johnson and George Hill. Read more »
The Warriors already were a super team before one of the league's most unstoppable scorers decided to leave Oklahoma City for the Bay Area. Though not everyone is anointing them next year's champions. Read more »
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