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C.J. Miles will be an unrestricted free agent this summer.
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Prior to Game 4 of the San Antonio Spurs-Utah Jazz first-round series, Jazz center Al Jefferson remarked that he couldn't see any team beat the Spurs, let alone the Jazz, and showed 'mad respect" for San Antonio.
"Right now, they just playing well, man. I ain't never seen nothing like this," Jefferson said. He added: "I'm happy to be in the playoffs...
Guard Raja Bell says his career with the Utah Jazz is over, calling the damage ''irreparable'' and saying coach Tyrone Corbin was ''unprofessional'' because of a lack of communication.
The 35-year-old Bell has one more year left on his contract but was hopeful the team would work out an offseason trade.
Bell opened the year as Utah's starting...
Guard Raja Bell cleaned out his locker Tuesday then pronounced his career with the Utah Jazz over, calling the damage ''irreparable'' and ripping coach Tyrone Corbin as ''unprofessional'' because of a lack of communication.
Bell, 35, said his relationship with Corbin is ''fractured.'' Though he has one more year left on his contract...
As the seconds ticked down Monday in Game 4 of what would be a first-round playoff sweep, Utah Jazz forward Derrick Favors cursed all the way off the court.
It was a sign that while goals may have been met, no one was satisfied.
Less than 24 hours later, Jazz brass and teammates echoed those sentiments as exit interviews were conducted and lockers cleared for the summer.
Raja Bell has one season remaining on his three-year deal with the Jazz, but is not expecting to return next season.
The San Antonio Spurs swept the Utah Jazz last night and will now wait for their next opponent in the Western Conference Semi-Finals. After Game 4 last night, the Jazz spoke on losing to the Spurs.
Al Jefferson said he can tell the Spurs were playing with a chip on their shoulders, alluding to the Spurs losing to the Grizzlies last season in the playoffs.
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In finishing off the Utah Jazz 87-81 last night, the San Antonio Spurs showed why they’re one of the best teams in the NBA: the depth of their bench. The Spurs’ reserves outscored the Jazz 57-10, led by Manu Ginobili’s 17, which is great news for Spurs fans because Manu had been struggling in the first three games. Game 4 was definitely the biggest defensive battle between...