The Jazz stock bottomed out during that nine-game losing streak in December, but they've been on the incline.
Injuries have plagued both the Jazz and the Spurs this season, but a healthy Utah squad is looking for its second consecutive win. Read more »
Russell Westbrook had 33 points and 10 assists, Serge Ibaka and Enes Kanter also had double-doubles and the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Charlotte Hornets 110-103 Saturday night for their... Read more »
The Jazz held Portland to just 18.2 percent shooting beyond the 3-point line while hitting 40 percent — 10-of-25 — of their own long-range attempts. Read more »
The 6-foot-10 Arizona product is excited to play on a young team after spending the first years of his career with the veteran-heavy Oklahoma City Thunder. Read more »
Perkins was waived earlier Saturday by the Utah Jazz, who acquired him in a deal from the Thunder before the trading deadline. Read more »
The day after the Jazz traded Enes Kanter to the Thunder they turned in one of the best defensive performances of the season. Coincidence? Read more »
The new-look Utah Jazz shook off some early dust and used a stellar fourth quarter to defeat the Portland Trail Blazers 92-76. It was the Jazz’s first game sans center Enes Kanter, who was... Read more »
In their first game since the All-Star break, the Jazz lookes a lot like All-Stars themselves in a rout of talented Portland. Read more »
The Utah Jazz came roaring out of the gate following the All-Star break, outscoring Portland by 20 points in the second half and holding the Blazers 26-plus points under their scoring averaging in... Read more »
Between being invited to play in the Rising Stars Challenge during All-Star Weekend and going through his first NBA trade deadline, the last week or so has been a great learning experience for Jazz... Read more »
John Stockton's son looks to be headed to the NBA. David, who has been playing the NBADL, is reportedly being called up by the Sacramento Kings. Read more »
National media grades the Jazz trade, and the Chargers and Raiders are exploring a deal for joint Los Angeles stadium. Read more »
The Jazz coach couldn’t contain a chuckle after Thursday night’s later-than-usual practice when asked if center Rudy Gobert will be the starter for Friday’s Portland-Utah game. Read more »
'Big Turk' wanted out, but fans will have to sit tight to see if draft picks their team got will actually pan out. Read more »
SALT LAKE CITY — Enes Kanter got his wish. A week after he made it known that he wanted to be traded from the Utah Jazz, the disgruntled big man was sent to Oklahoma City in a three-way... Read more »
Goran Dragic wanted a new home, and the Miami Heat wanted a new guard. Read more »
Stan Van Gundy has a good poker face. Moments after appearing nonchalant about the Detroit Pistons’ trade deadline prospects, the Pistons acquired promising young point guard Reggie Jackson from the Oklahoma City Thunder and... Read more »
ramento Kings have agreed to trade guard Ramon Sessions to the Washington Wizards for Andre Miller, a person with knowledge of the deal said Thursday. Read more »
Arron Afflalo's second stint in Denver didn't last long, with the veteran guard sent to the Portland Trail Blazers in a five-player deal Thursday. Read more »
Get caught up on the moves that may be taking place as the NBA trade deadline draws nigh. Read more »
With the NBA trade deadline coming up Thursday afternoon, the Utah Jazz aren't talking about any possible trade moves. Read more »
A person with knowledge of the plan says that New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony will have surgery on his left knee. Read more »
NBA.com’s Ian Thomsen recently published an article illustrating the “balancing act” Danny Ainge executed between his role as a bishop in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day... Read more »
Lips are sealed: Jazz center Enes Kanter blows a kiss to the media but refuses to talk about his future
Everyone wanted to hear what Jazz center Enes Kanter had to say about his recent comments about wanting to get traded, but he didn't speak to the media after practice Wednesday night. Read more »
On Tuesday, the Basketball Hall of Fame announced the candidates for the inaugural Karl Malone Power Forward Award, which honors the top power forward in college basketball. Read more »
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Morning links: Is BYU now in the tournament?; MLS labor dispute; Nuggets countdown season against Jazz
BYU's upset over Gonzaga was enough to put the Cougars squarely on the bubble, while the Denver Nuggets broke a huddle with a chant of "1-2-3 ... six weeks!" against the Jazz. Read more »
The Jazz stock bottomed out, no doubt, during that nine-game losing streak in December, but they've been steadily inclining recently. Read more »
It was an ugly, low-scoring game rife with poor shooting and seemingly endless turnovers. The Utah Jazz were a little less ugly, emerging with an 82-75 win over the visiting Milwaukee Bucks. Read more »
Also, Jazz coach Quin Snyder spent several minutes in his pregame interview discussing 27-year-old rookie Elijah Millsap — for good and not as good. Read more »
The Jazz were terrific in two areas that matter — on defense and on the scoreboard. Read more »
By the time draft night ended in 2013, Rudy Gobert was officially a member of the Jazz. Utah was one of the 12 teams he’d worked out for, and he knew the organization was interested in him... Read more »
Greg Ostertag, once a long-time big man for the Utah Jazz, has found a new passion in sports: hockey. Read more »
Jazz coach Quin Snyder routinely seeks out information and trends from Utah general manager Dennis Lindsey and his analytics crew. Read more »
ESPN ranked the best college football coaching jobs, while one Philadelphia Eagle has accepted an invitation to go to a high school prom. Read more »
Quin Snyder wasn’t easy on the Utah Jazz after they blew Wednesday’s game against the Los Angeles Lakers. He was much more impressed after Friday's game. Read more »
After a disastrous meltdown caused a very disappointing loss on Wednesday, the Utah Jazz looked like a different team on Friday. They had no difficulties whatsoever, handily defeating the lethargic... Read more »
Both were previously in the D-League, and became the 28th and 29th players to be called up to the NBA this season. Read more »
The two first-year players give the Jazz a nice spark off the bench, combining for 28 points in nearly 50 combined minutes. Read more »
St. John the Baptist Catholic Elementary is once again a “Top 10 School” winner in the “Be a Team Player, Read!” contest, sponsored by the Utah Jazz. Jazz player Trey Burke... Read more »
Deseret News Sports Podcast: Are the Jazz better off without Enes Kanter? Plus, why Saturday is the best day for basketball
In this week's episode, DeseretNews.com Carter Williams and contributor Jay Yeomans react to Utah Jazz's play since trading away Enes Kanter, as well as a big day for Utah and BYU college hoops,... Read more »
The Jazz picked up two more D-League players Tuesday — a high-scoring guard and a double-double averaging forward. Read more »
Often-surly San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich had nice things to say about his assistant, former Utah coach Jim Boylen, and Jazz coach Quin Snyder. Read more »
SALT LAKE CITY — It had been more than a year since the Utah Jazz put together a three-game winning streak and after defeating two of the NBA’s better teams in their last two outings... Read more »
After the last two games, things are all smiles in Jazzland. Here are some of the reasons for the optimism. Read more »
After solid wins against two of the NBA's best teams, the Utah Jazz lost to the lowly Los Angeles Lakers, 100-97, Wednesday. Read more »
So far, so good for the Utah Jazz. They boast a new line-up and a new defensive identity, both of which were integral toward the sound 90-81 defeat of the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs. Read more »
SALT LAKE CITY — It wasn’t like San Antonio was resting any of its main players as Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Kawhi Leonard and Manu Ginobili were all on hand. It wasn’t like the... Read more »
The Utah Jazz won't make the playoffs this year, but they have beaten several playoff-bound teams, including the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs twice this season. Read more »
A young NBA team will certainly experience its ups and its downs. After a pair of ups, the Utah Jazz suffered a down, losing to an injury-ridden Los Angeles Lakers squad, 100-97. Read more »
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