Monthly Archives: January 2011

Jazz keep struggling, searching for answers

Now mired in a six-game losing streak, the Jazz are quite obviously full of frustration. The other day at practice – following that ugly 0-4 roadtrip – Deron Williams carefully chose his words while lamenting Utah’s offensive woefulness. Williams, who … Read More

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Remembering Sundiata Gaines’ big night

Today marks the first anniversary of what Utah Jazz fans now know as “The Sundiata Gaines Game.” To refresh: On Jan. 14, 2010 Gaines hit a last-season 3-pointer to give the Jazz a nationally-televised 97-96 victory over LeBron James and the … Read More

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Now he’s Andrei the American

Don’t expect to hear Andrei Kirilenko sing the Star Spangled Banner before tonight’s Utah Jazz-New York Knicks game. Do expected him to walk with a little more bounce in his step. Kirilenko and his wife, Masha, were sworn in as … Read More

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Millsap a rare no-go for Jazz against Atlanta

If Paul Millsap can’t play, something has to be wrong. The 25-year-old power forward missed the seventh game of his career on Wednesday as the Utah Jazz played host to the Atlanta Hawks. The Jazz tough guy suffered the injury … Read More

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Ejected Elson defends his technicals

Francisco Elson isn’t an angry guy, not by any stretch. That’s why it seemed strange when he was whistled for two technical fouls and ejected in the first half of the Jazz’s home victory over Memphis on Saturday. Referee Rodney … Read More

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Okur faces yet another roadblock

It’s hard not to feel badly for Mehmet Okur. The Utah Jazz center recently was cleared to beginning playing again after missing nearly nine months with a ruptured Achilles tendon. After finally getting a game in, the 31-year-old suffered a … Read More

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