Charlotte burst ahead by double digits in the first quarter and never allowed the energy-zapped Jazz.
Kobe Bryant has reached rarefied air. Read more »
Rudy Gobert would likely get the start in place of the injured Favors, who is out for the second time this season. Read more »
Enes Kanter is having the best stretch of his fourth season, averaging 17.0 points and 9.7 rebounds in December. Read more »
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Justin Hamilton, who played his high school ball at Lone Peak before a collegiate career at LSU, finally got a chance to play in front of family and friends in the Beehive State for the first time... Read more »
Without Derrick Favors in the lineup for the final three quarters, the Jazz fell behind and rallied to make things interesting before fading in the final stretch. Read more »
Sure, ending a nine-game losing streak by knocking off the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs was a nice accomplishment for the Jazz. But coach Quin Snyder hopes it'll serve as a catalyst for... Read more »
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The D-League call-up found out he was joining the Jazz in a peculiar place earlier this week. Read more »
Children in hospitals received a visit from Utah Jazz players, dancers, Bear and other personnel to bring holiday cheer and autographs. Read more »
When sports stars speak up, people listen. Americans have a storied tradition of speaking out against injustice. From the NFL to the NBA to the Olympic Games, it's refreshing to hear athletes again... Read more »
The Brooklyn Nets are set to unload Andrei Kirilenko to the Philadelphia 76ers, according to Yahoo Sports. The former Utah Jazz All-Star has been buried on Brooklyn's bench so far this season. Read more »
After Utah's surprising victory over defending NBA champion San Antonio — a game in which Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was ejected — you'd expect him to be at his surliest worst. Instead,... Read more »
Patrick Christopher is a 26-year-old wing who played collegiately at California before embarking on an international hoops career. Read more »
Last night, I attended a Utah Jazz game for the umpeenth time. But this time was different. I realized the Jazz are a team worth cheering for. Read more »
The Utah Jazz were finally able to get the monkey off their backs. After going three weeks without a victory, Utah managed to defeat the San Antonio Spurs 100-96. Read more »
Getting ready for Cleveland and San Antonio is easy. Look out for the bottom-feeders. Read more »
The Utah Jazz took on the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday night, and the Jazz came up with a gritty 100-96 victory that snapped Utah's losing streak at nine games. Read more »
Jazz center is fined $25,000 and received a technical foul for throwing his mouthpiece into the stands during Monday night's game at Sacramento. Read more »
A dynamic fourth quarter from the Sacramento Kings propelled them to a 101-92 win over the reeling Utah Jazz. Utah’s current losing streak now sits at nine. Read more »
It has been a long, long time since a Jazz squad has lost this many games in a row. Read more »
Jazz guard Alec Burks, nursing an injured shoulder, practiced with the team Sunday, participated in Monday’s shootaround and started against the Kings. Read more »
Gordon Hayward was looking forward to having a little reunion Monday night at Sleep Train Arena. It might not happen. Read more »
A look at how the local college and high school stars have performed during the early part of the NBA season. Read more »
Times are rough right now in the midst of an eight-game losing streak, but the Jazz aren't skipping steps in the learning process. Read more »
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The versatile small forward made his first visit to Charlotte since the Hornets laid out the red carpet and signed him to a max contract offer sheet. Read more »
Rapid Fire: Hamson cements her legacy; Utah State basketball and football heading in different directions
Last week was a busy one in local sports: Jennifer Hamson and the BYU volleyball team played for a national championship; the Utes and Aggies dominated their bowl games; the Jazz won twice; and... Read more »
Backup power forward remained in Charlotte for an undisclosed medical reason, but will be back after the road trip ends. Read more »
Will Jimmer ever find a regular spot in the rotation? Will Jimmer ever retweet one of Jimbo's wacky tweets? We'll have to stay tuned. Read more »
Even though Utah had some rare momentum coming in to Time Warner Cable Arena, the Jazz looked very much like a team that was playing its fourth road game in five nights. Read more »
Former Duke player spent more than a decade at Duke before leaving for Missouri for his first job as a head coach. Read more »
Gobert pulled off the play of the game/week/first two months on that night in Miami. Read more »
The string of victories was nice while it lasted. The Utah Jazz’s two-game winning streak was snapped Saturday, as they fell to the Charlotte Hornets 104-86. Read more »
Hot Rod Hundley was the voice of the Utah Jazz for 35 years, stringing together thousands and thousands of sentences to describe the action; now he struggles to make one sentence. Read more »
With the calendar hitting Dec. 15, NBA players drafted and signed this past summer are now eligible to be traded. With that the case, we rank the current Jazz players in order of trade value.... Read more »
ORLANDO, Fla. — It’s taken a while — and who knows if the warm Florida climate had something to do with it — but the Utah Jazz are finally getting used to doing a couple... Read more »
Snyder was encouraged about what was going on between Gobert and Kanter, even if it seemed that they were bickering. Read more »
After this week, the Utah Jazz may petition to play all their games in the state of Florida. Two days after the Jazz took care of the Miami Heat, Utah put forth another strong performance Friday,... Read more »
Damian Lillard had a career-high 43 points, including 16 after regulation, and the Portland Trail Blazers handed the San Antonio Spurs their second straight defeat in triple overtime, rallying for... Read more »
This was the Jazz’s first positive result away from home in a month — since that Nov. 14 night in New York City. Read more »
The Utah Jazz clearly brought their talents to South Beach, throttling the Miami Heat 105-87. It was the team’s first road win in over a month. Read more »
For the second time in four years, Corbin became a head coach (interim this time) under bizarre circumstances. Read more »
Anthony Davis, the Pelicans' rising superstar, didn’t dominate the Jazz like he did last month in Utah, when he had a career night. But he was an impressive force, and Ryan Anderson simply... Read more »
With the calendar hitting Dec 15, NBA players drafted and signed this past summer are now eligible to be traded. With that the case, we rank the current Jazz players in order of trade value. Read more »
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