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The Utah Jazz are 18-11 this season without Mo Williams, who on Wednesday took a first step toward returning.
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After all the speculation, rumors and wishful thinking, all the San Antonio Spurs fans that wanted to see Al Jefferson wearing silver and black will probably not get that chance. It was a fun dream while it lasted, but it looks like the Utah Jazz are intent on keeping Jefferson around.
According to Ric Bucher, the Jazz are not looking to part ways with Jefferson, but may be looking...
Jazz center, Enes Kanter, took to Twitter Thursday to wish everyone a Happy Valentines Day – as “Pimp Daddy”. Hmm..
The Jazz have been slow to increase the minutes of Derrick Favors, Gordon Hayward, Enes Kanter and Alec Burks.
Utah Jazz forward Paul Millsap is drawing interest from the Brooklyn Nets.
ESPN New York (citing the New York Daily News) reports that the Nets want Millsap as their starting power forward. No word on who Brooklyn is offering, but the franchise has been trying to unload Kris Humphries and MarShon Brooks.
The Nets have been mentioned as a possible destination for Josh Smith...
The Utah Jazz handled the Oklahoma City Thunder Tuesday, thanks to major bench scoring from Utah and big games from Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap. However, the most entertaining part was Russell Westbrook’s post-game interview. Westbrook was asked: “Did you guys lose, or did Jazz win this one?” Westbrook’s reply is priceless.The post Russell Westbrook LOVES The Media (Video...
Thunder (39-12, 16-9 away) at Utah Jazz (28-24, 19-6 home) AT Where: Energy Solutions Arena – Salt Lake City, UT When: 8:00 pm TV: FS Oklahoma (679 Directv, 37 Cox, 754 AT&T U-Verse, 416 Dish) Online Stream: Here. Radio: WWLS Sports Animal 98.1 FM/640AM/97.1 Tulsa View from the enemy: Here. Line: OKC favored by 5.5. O/U – 199 Projected Lineups: [...]
The Oklahoma City Thunder felt the wrath of a blow out tonight from the Utah Jazz. Utah grabbed the lead early in the first quarter and never looked back as the Jazz walked away with the 109-94. It was just the second loss in the month of February. The loss dropped Oklahoma City to 39-13 [...]