Jazz-Grizzlies preview

Consider it a little springtime streaking. Going into tonight’s matchup at EnergySolutions Arena, the Utah Jazz and Memphis Grizzlies are streaking in different directions. Memphis lost Friday night in Denver, but the Grizzlies (44-20) still have won eight of their … Read More

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Jazz players ‘sneaking’ around: Gotta be the shoes!

It’s gotta be the shoes! Yes, that’s a tag line from a famous Nike ad campaign featuring Michael Jordan and Spike Lee (as Mars Blackmon) but it quickly became the theme of the Jazz’s shootaround Saturday morning at EnergySolutions Arena. … Read More

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Jazz-Pistons preview

Under different circumstances, Monday’s game with the Detroit Pistons might not mean much to the Jazz. But there’s nothing normal about their current circumstances. Having dropped seven of their last eight contests, the Jazz (32-31) can’t afford to take Detroit … Read More

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Mo Williams promises doughnuts from newest Jazz “rookie” Travis Leslie

Mo Williams doesn’t eat doughnuts, which probably explains why, at 6-foot-1, he only weighs 186 pounds and, oh by the way, is a professional athlete. Still, the Utah Jazz’s veteran point guard feels it’s his duty to send newcomer Travis … Read More

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Jazz-Bobcats preview: Jefferson, Millsap sit; Kanter, Favors will start

Jazz power forward Paul Millsap and center Al Jefferson will miss tonight’s game with Charlotte. The two have missed games before, but never at the same time. Utah coach Tyrone Corbin said he will start Enes Kanter, 20, at center … Read More

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Jazz-Hawks preview

The Jazz have dropped two in a row going into tonight’s home game with the Atlanta Hawks and, quite frankly, a third straight loss is a real possibility. The Hawks (32-23) are the second-best team in the Southeast Division (a … Read More

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Millsap a game-time decision for tonight’s game

Jazz power forward Paul Millsap did not practice on Tuesday and has been listed as a game-time decision for tonight’s home game vs. the Atlanta Hawks. Millsap sprained his left ankle during the first half of Monday’s overtime loss to … Read More

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Corbin juggles starting lineup, Watson to start at PG

Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin is juggling his lineup for tonight’s game with the visiting Boston Celtics. Out: Jamaal Tinsley. In: Earl Watson. “Hopefully with Earl in there he should give us some more pace pushing the ball down the floor,” … Read More

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Jazz-Celtics preview

When the Utah Jazz visited Boston back in November, the Celtics won 98-93 on the strength of a 23-point performance from veteran Paul Pierce. Lost in the boxscore was the importance of point guard Rajon Rondo, who suffered an ankle … Read More

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Mo Williams knocking the rust off injured right thumb

Utah Jazz guard Mo Williams was drenched in sweat as he walked off the floor at EnergySolutions Arena on Monday, long after his teammates the arena. The veteran point guard had put in at least an hour of extra work … Read More

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