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The Utah Jazz have assigned rookie guard Ian Clark and rookie center Rudy Gobert to their NBA Development League (D-League) affiliate, the Bakersfield Jam.
Gobert has made 17 appearances for the Jazz in a reserve role, averaging 2.2 points, 4.6 rebounds and 0.82 blocks in 10.7 minutes.
Clark has appeared in eight games as a reserve for the Jazz, averaging 2.8 points in 8.8 minutes.
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Gordon Hayward scored a season-high 30 points to go with a career-high 13 rebounds, Derrick Favors had 19 points and the Utah Jazz rallied after blowing a big third-quarter lead to beat the Denver Nuggets 103-93 Friday night.
Wilson Chandler and Jordan Hamilton had 17 apiece for the Nuggets.
The Nuggets struggled from the foul line, going 14 for 24, while the Jazz hit their first...
Utah Jazz Assistant Coach Sidney Lowe has plead guilty to tax evasion. CBS Sports has the full story:
According to the AP, the former North Carolina State coach — who was also on the Wolfpack’s 1983 championship team — was in Wake County District Court on Wednesday, and with the guilty plea, he’ll not have to spend 45 days in jail, but instead have 36 months of “unsupervised...
Denver Nuggets vs Utah Jazz: Ty Lawson held scoreless in 103-93 loss
The Denver Nuggets began a 4-game home stand on Friday night against the Utah Jazz. The Nuggets beat the Jazz 100-81 on November 11 in Salt Lake City. Utah looked for retribution after the way they were handled on their own home court.
Utah found their 3-point shot early going 6 of 7 from behind the arc (and hit...
That was the sound of the fizz being taken out of the Pepsi Center by the Utah Jazz when they flattened the Denver Nuggets 103-93 on Friday night.
It might be even easier to hear the sound of confidence being pumped into this Jazz team, which vaulted out of the bottom spot in the NBA standings after back-to-back impressive road wins in Sacramento and Denver...