Monthly Archives: December 2010

Jazz still aren’t sure on Memo’s return

What they have, apparently, is a failure to communicate … or something like that. Just hours after team president Randy Rigby appeared on KSL-TV’s “Sports Beat Sunday” show and said he was “optimistic that within a week to two weeks, … Read More

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Bell, Carter take Jazz rookie Hayward to school

As he made the second start of his rookie season, Jazzman Gordon Hayward had the full support of his teammates. Injured guard Raja Bell – whose place Hayward took in the lineup – even pulled him aside before Friday’s Jazz-Magic … Read More

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Bosh, Williams will represent Dallas tonight

When the Utah Jazz and Miami Heat lock up tonight at EnergySolutions Arena, Deron Williams and Chris Bosh will renew an old rivalry. The two grew up in the greater Dallas area and actually played against each other in high … Read More

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Bell rings early and often for Jazz on Monday

On a night when ugly basketball seemed to be the order of the day, Raja Bell’s game was practically a thing of beauty. The Jazz themselves shot just 42 percent from the field and were outrebounded yet again. But Bell … Read More

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NBA POM Williams always looks ahead

For Deron Williams, looking forward was the most important thing. Especially after Friday’s 93-81, ESPN-televised loss to the Dallas Mavericks at EnergySolutions Arena. Before the game, the NBA announced the Jazz point guard had won its Western Conference Player of … Read More

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Hayward can’t hide his excitement against Pacers

Gordon Hayward is a terrible actor. When the Jazz rookie splashed in a 3-pointer just a blink before the shot clock ran out during the fourth quarter of Wednesday’s 110-88 victory over Indiana, he did a lousy job of containing … Read More

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