Monthly Archives: November 2012

Jazz send rookie Kevin Murphy to D-League

Jazz rookie Kevin Murphy is now a member of the Reno Bighorns of the NBA Development League. Good thing because rather than sitting behind the Jazz bench in a suit and tie, the 22-year-old needs developing. So said Jazz general … Read More

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Old man Tinsley gets the job done for Jazz

Having played 16 season in the NBA, Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin a little something about pros and pretenders in The Association. And Jamaal Tinsley is a pro. “He’s a true pro, man,” Corbin said. “He’s always ready, time and time … Read More

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New lineup for Jazz as they face Sacramento

Prior to Friday’s Jazz-Kings game, Utah coach Tyrone Corbin said he is again juggling his starting lineup. The Jazz will start Mo Williams at point guard, Randy Foye at shooting guard, Paul Millsap at power forward, Al Jefferson at center … Read More

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Yahoo! Sports report: Lakers showing interest in Raja Bell

According to a report on the website Yahoo! Sports, the Los Angeles Lakers have interest in Jazzman Raja Bell. Bell is on Utah’s roster but has yet to play this season. He got into a feud with Jazz coach Tyrone … Read More

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No respect? For Hayward, that’s a good thing

The story first ran on the Standard-Examiner’s website last weekend and it probably would have gone unnoticed if not for a reader who commented on it. The Associated Press version of the Jazz-Washington Wizards game story from last Saturday listed Utah guard Gordon Hayward … Read More

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Hayward, other Jazz players not exactly pleased with recent road trip but they’re ready for Rockets

Professor Hayward expected a little more and he wasn’t about grade on a curve. When asked to grade the Utah Jazz’s recent four-game road trip, shooting guard Gordon Hayward wasn’t all that impressed. “I thought it was average,” he said, … Read More

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He doesn’t say much, but Jamaal Tinsley is one efficient point guard

The common denominator is professionalism. Backup Jazz point guard Jamaal Tinsley doesn’t say much at all. Once a New York City playground star, Tinsley, 34, is anything but flashy. He recorded 14 assists against only two turnovers Saturday as the Jazz … Read More

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Former Jazzman Mehmet Okur announces his retirement, leaves lasting Memo-ries.

One lasting memory I’ll always have of former Jazzman Mehmet Okur: A few years back, when he was still playing for the Jazz, Memo was warming up before one of coach Jerry Sloan’s practices at the Zions Bank Basketball Center. … Read More

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Backing blue in a red state: Jazz players carefully discuss latest election results

It was almost comical listening to Jazz players tip-toeing around potential political landmines following the team’s shootaround Wednesday morning. A day after Barrack Obama a second term as President, sports reporters gathered outside the Jazz locker room inside EnergySolutions Arena … Read More

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