Monthly Archives: February 2012

Evans and Budinger meet again; Evans gets his day

Last weekend, Jazz forward Jeremy Evans and the Rockets’ Chase Budinger met as part of the the NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Contest in Orlando, Fla. Evans won the contest with about 29 percent of the fan voting, while Budinger finished … Read More

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Did they kiss and make up? Who knows? Mailman and Miller meet behind closed doors after Jazz loss

Much ado about nothing? Or maybe something. Who knows? It was a weird night Monday as the Utah Jazz and San Antonio Spurs squared off for their second meeting of the season. But before it even tipped off, Jazz Hall … Read More

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Don’t call Jazz blowout victory an easy win

After a long road trip in which the Jazz began quietly questioning themselves, they returned to action Friday and put a beat-down on the woeful Washington Wizards. It was a good win to be sure — a much-needed win — … Read More

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Memo to NBA coaches: Overlook Millsap and Jefferson at your own risk

It was Paul Millsap’s birthday on Friday, but he didn’t go around reminding everyone. To do otherwise would be a breech of his personal, soft-spoken style. It just so happened a day earlier Millsap was left off the Western Conference … Read More

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Jazz release statement from Sloan to Yahoo! Sports

Here is the text of a statement made by former coach Jerry Sloan, through the Jazz, on Saturday. The statement was first reported on the Twitter account of Yahoo! Sports, by columnist Marc Spears. As of Saturday early afternoon, it appears no other … Read More

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Hayward gets physical, earns first technical … ever

Gordon Hayward grew up playing tennis at a pretty high level and now we know this: he’s more Bjorn Born than John McEnroe. The Utah Jazz swingman got into a little tussle with the Clippers’ Mo Williams in the second … Read More

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