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Andrei Kirilenko had a season high 20 points to go with 12 rebounds and two blocks.
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Andrei Kirilenko has one of the more unusual marriages in NBA history, and it may be the polar opposite of the immense insecurity of the infamous union between Doug Christie and his wife, Jackie. Masha Lopatova, probably best known for giving Kirilenko permission to sleep with another woman once a year, wore a Halloween mask during a Russian basketball game while her husband played...
WE AIN'T FAMILY
DeMarcus Cousins and Devin Harris aren't exactly best friends. They seemed to have plenty of friction during their recent game.
The Jazz have been getting notable contributions from a variety of players over the course of their current six-game win streak. Young guys like Derrick Favors, Alec Burks, and Enes Kanter have had the best nights of their young careers, and veteran point guard Jamaal Tinsley has stepped in and played excellent basketball. Paul Millsap remains Utah’s old reliable, though. ...
Al Jefferson had 23 points and eight rebounds, Gordon Hayward chipped in 15 points, seven rebounds and seven assists, and the Utah Jazz beat the Denver Nuggets 121-102 on Friday night.
All five starters reached double figures as the Jazz (26-22) notched their sixth straight win. Paul Millsap had 14 points and C.J. Miles scored 12. Devin Harris added 13 points and nine assists for...
Kyrylo Fesenko will sign with the Pacers for the remainder of the season.
Playing four games in five nights is difficult enough, but the Utah Jazz will test their stamina in order to complete the stretch.
Fresh off playing one of the longest games in NBA history, Utah visits the New Jersey Nets on Monday night seeking its sixth win in seven meetings.
The Jazz (26-23), one of three teams tied for seventh place in the Western Conference, had their season...
A six-game winning streak still hasn't left the Utah Jazz much room for error in the crowded Western Conference.
The Atlanta Hawks' win streak is more modest, but their playoff future seems far more certain.
Fatigue could play a big role as the Jazz and Hawks both conclude back-to-back-to-back stretches Sunday night at Philips Arena.
Utah (26-22) has been among the league...