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The Utah Jazz have waived guard Jamaal Tinsley.
Following the move, Utah’s roster now stands at 14 players.
Tinsley (6-3, 188, Iowa State) appeared in eight games this season for Utah, averaging 1.1 points, 1.4 rebounds and 2.9 assists in 13.8 minutes per game. Tinsley was signed as a free agent on October 26.
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The Utah Jazz waived point guard Jamaal Tinsley Tuesday. Tinsley was signed on October 26th to help in absence of injured Trey Burke. The veteran averaged 1.1 points, 2.9 assists in 13.8 minutes for winless Jazz.
According to Jody Genessy of the Desert News, the Jazz will replace Tinsley by signing D-League player Diante Garrett. The Jazz are the only remaining winless...
The Utah Jazz announced today that the team has waived guard Jamaal Tinsley. Following the move, Utah’s roster now stands at 14 players.
Tinsley (6-3, 188, Iowa State) appeared in eight games this season for Utah, averaging 1.1 points, 1.4 rebounds and 2.9 assists in 13.8 minutes per game. Tinsley was signed as a free agent on October 26
Watching the disastrous 0-7 start for the Utah Jazz, I decided to look into the numbers to get a better idea of what Gordon Favors, Derrick Favors, Enes Kanter and Alec Burks were doing relative to the team, and how that compared to the rest of the NBA, when it comes to the production of their four best players compared to the next four. I created Core Four and Next Four categories...
A piece of NBA history may have all started with a little bit of applesauce.
The Jordan sneakers worn by Michael Jordan during his famous “Flu Game” in the 1996-97 NBA playoffs go up for auction next week, and the current owner, a former Utah Jazz ballboy, has opened up about a few details of the game.
The Salt Lake Tribune talked with Preston Truman, now 35, who was an 18-year...
When the Utah Jazz decided to let Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap walk in free agency this summer, the majority of us Jazz fans assumed that our defense would improve. I mean, how could it not? Our interior defense was manned by undersized Paul Millsap and the slow-footed Al Jefferson, neither of whom are rim protectors. Al Jefferson was especially bad defending the pick and roll,...
Apparently, all it takes to get your hands on infamous shoes worn by Michael Jordan is a little courage, graham crackers, and applesauce.That is precisely what former Utah Jazz ball boy Preston Truman, who is now 35-years-old, did to obtain the sneakers worn by Jordan in Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals, which is otherwise known as the memorable "flu game." However, a more...
After last night’s 100-81 drubbing by the not-good-anymore Denver Nuggets, the Utah Jazz are 0-8, which makes them the last winless team in the NBA. As you can see (above), their early-season misery has already driven one little fan to the edge of despair. Please, Gordon Hayward, win one for the kids, would ya?
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Gordon Hayward had 27 points and 10 assists and Richard Jefferson added 22 points to help the Utah Jazz claim their first victory of the season, a 111-105 win over the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday night.
Hayward scored 22 points in the second half and the Jazz erased a 16-point deficit to put an end to their worst start in 39 years.
Derrick Favors made a key layup with 24...
Michael Jordan’s shoes from the “Flu Game” will be auctioned Preston Truman, now 35 years old, was a Utah Jazz ball boy during Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals against the Chicago Bulls. History remembers Game 5 as the Michael Jordan “Flu Game” which many have said was actually food poison. The conspiracies have piled up over the years about whether MJ was poisoned or even...
The Utah Jazz announced today that the team has signed guard Diante Garrett of the NBA Development League’s Iowa Energy, marking the NBA’s first D-League Call-Up of the 2013-14 season. Per team policy, financial terms were not released. Following the move, the Jazz roster now stands at 15 players.
The 23-year-old Garrett (6-4, 190, Iowa State) was participating in training camp...
A former Utah Jazz ball boy is selling Michael Jordan's shoes from his famous ''flu game'' during the 1996 NBA Finals.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/HJikbB ) that Preston Truman kept the shoes in a safe-deposit box at a Utah bank for 15 years.
Truman, now 35, says he first befriended Jordan by running through the halls of the Salt Lake City arena...
Fifteen years later, John Stockton is breaking his silence.
The famously private former Utah Jazz point guard is making the interview rounds to promote his new autobiography, Assisted, and in a recent conversation with Sports Illustrated he said that he believes Michael Jordan got away with one.
Jordan’s game-winning shot in Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals has been immortalized...
J.J. Hickson posterized Marvin Williams with a mean two-handed dunk in the Nuggets-Jazz game Monday night.
Usually these types of dunks are done with one hand, but Hickson was able to rise above Williams and land the slam easily with both hands. The force of it all left Williams flat on his back. Can’t fault the man for playing defense, but that was just plain nasty. Check out...
The Utah Jazz have signed Diante Garrett from the D-League.
Garrett was with the Iowa Energy for training camp after spending the preseason with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Garrett spent last season with the Phoenix Suns and also in the D-League.
Gordon Hayward scored 27 points and Enes Kanter added 21 as the Utah Jazz snapped a season-opening eight-game losing streak Wednesday night with a 111-105 win over New Orleans at EnergySolutions Arena.
Anthony Davis led the Pelicans, who squandered a 16-point lead in the second half, with 29 points.
The Jazz started well against New Orleans, which was playing back-to-back and its...