Utah Jazz point guard Trey Burke is one of 20 NBA players who will participate in the first-ever NBA game in Africa.
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Photo gallery: The Utah Jazz fell to the Washington Wizards 86-78 on Wednesday at the Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas. Lauren Rose Spencer . firstname.lastname@example.org . http://twitter.com/laurenrose324 Read more »
With Dante Exum and Rodney Hood out, nobody on the Summer Jazz squad has played better than Cotton in Las Vegas. Read more »
Almost all of the Jazz players have gathered together in Salt Lake City, Las Vegas and Santa Barbara this offseason to train together. Read more »
While in Las Vegas, not only are players developing, but the Utah Jazz organization is continuing to build its strength as a unit as well. That learning curve extends to assistant coach Alex Jensen. Read more »
The Utah Jazz can claim they won a championship in their own summer league, but the team won't be able to win one in Sin City. Read more »
While in Utah, the 7-foot-3 Pleiss managed to get Jazz management even more excited about having him play for them with a shooting exhibition. Read more »
Jazz assistant led Utah to a 4-2 record as the head coach of the summer league team in the past week. Read more »
The Spurs rally together at NBA Summer League, while their game continues bumps a little bit more with the new addition to their coaching staff, Becky Hammon. Read more »
The NBA Las Vegas Summer League is nearing the midpoint of its schedule, and several players with Utah ties have had their opportunities to step on the floor and make an impression. Read more »
Idaho Stampede guard Dante Cunningham leads Jazz with 17 points as Utah beats No. 1 pick Karl-Anthony Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves, 91-82, at the Thomas & Mack Center. Read more »
BYU's former bad boy QB laments his days as a Cougar, plus mascot woes and more. Read more »
The former Providence College player, signed to a nonguaranteed deal by the Jazz last spring, had his best game in the team’s NBA Summer League opener. Read more »
The Thunder will keep Enes Kanter after matching an offer sheet by the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday. Read more »
The Jazz's No. 12 pick has missed a lot in his first week, including practices, games and shots, but he remains optimistic. Read more »
The Utah Jazz are reportedly close to signing German center Tibor Pleiss to a 3-year deal. Read more »
Some can be found in different places, but a lot of big names' addresses will remain the same next season following the NBA's latest free-agent signing period — which has yet to include... Read more »
Despite modest strides last year, hopes are high that Jazz will return to prominence. Their offseason play has done little to dampen the spirit as the team transitions to the Las Vegas Summer League. Read more »
A person familiar with the decision tells The Associated Press that Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers have determined the center will have a second surgery on his right foot. Read more »
The Jazz organization was thrilled with the fan support, which included 31,500-plus attendees over three days of games. Read more »
After sweeping three straight wins in their own summer league, the Jazz and their youthful ballclub head south for the Las Vegas Summer League, which will feature many 2015 NBA lottery picks and... Read more »
Delon Wright started Toronto's first game at the Las Vegas Summer League on Friday and had nine points, nine assists, two steals, one rebound and no turnovers in the Raptors' 90-68 victory over... Read more »
The youthful Utah Jazz captured their first "championship" of sorts by winning their own Summer League on Thursday night with an 84-78 victory over Philadelphia. Bryce Cotton scored 8 of his... Read more »
In a move that's been speculated about for a while, the Brazilian point guard signed a multi-year contract with the team on Thursday. Read more »
Meanwhile, Celtics president lauds Jazz for progress made and direction the team is headed. Read more »
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BYU will be letting fans tailgate after some confusion on Twitter. Utah State holds a Ladies Clinic. Finally, Rodney Hood returns to his roots. Read more »
While the NBA has been off, Burke has been on the go as he tries to improve his game following a rough second season. Read more »
Utah Jazz point guard Trey Burke is one of 20 NBA players who will participate in the first-ever NBA game in Africa, which takes place Saturday (7 a.m., ESPN) at Ellis Park Arena in Johannesburg,... Read more »
Devontae Booker should be Utah's biggest storyline at the Pac-12 Media Days. Also, the Jazz are now "cool." Finally, yet another random BYU to Big 12 rumor comes to the surface. Read more »
(HOT)DOG DAYS For the first time in eight years, Joey Chestnut failed to win the Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest. Chestnut was defeated by Matthew... Read more »
So far in his career with the Utah Jazz, Trey Burke has struggled to shoot the ball well. Will this be the year he pulls it all together? If not, the Jazz have players willing to step in and take... Read more »
Andre Miller's agent tells The Associated Press his client has agreed to terms with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Read more »
The Utes are No. 33 in the Orlando Sentinel's ranking of all 128 teams in the FBS. Jim McMahon's Hail Mary advances to the semifinal of NFL.com's Greatest CFB Plays bracket. Also, Alec Burks is... Read more »
Utah punter Tom Hackett is the Utes' most important player, according to ESPN. Meanwhile, Jonny Linehan's trick shot gets some national attention. Finally, Fox Sports highlights Aussies in the NBA,... Read more »
Natalie Williams has won national championships, an Olympic gold medal and countless individual accolades. Next June she'll add another honor as she will be inducted into the Women's Basketball... Read more »
Jazz preseason schedule includes four road games and three home contests from Oct. 4-22. Read more »
Also, BYU needs spell-check ... but it could have been worse. Read more »
Former Jazz superstar Karl Malone made history, setting a standard that remains legendary, even if he did get things mixed up at the start. Read more »
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