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Twelve-year veteran, Raja Bell, reportedly did not accept a buyout from the Utah Jazz because he hadn’t found a deal with another team. Bell has yet to play for the Jazz this season.
According to David Aldridge, NBA:
Sources say Raja Bell will not accept buyout offer from Jazz. Deal was predicated on Bell finding an offer elsewhere; he did not.
Bell has not played all season for Utah after a falling out with Tyrone Corbin. Teams hoping he’d be cut free by the midnight deadline for buyouts.
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The Jazz and Raja Bell had a settlement in place that rested on the 36-year-old's ability to find a deal elsewhere to make up the difference in salary.
Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap missed Utah's game against Charlotte on Friday because of sprained left ankles.
Millsap is sidelined for a second straight game after he was hurt in the first quarter of Utah's 110-107 overtime loss to Boston on Monday. Jefferson was injured in a 102-91 loss to Atlanta on Wednesday.
Both players have just missed two games this season. Jefferson...
Raja Bell hasn't played throughout the season.
Raja Bell would only agree to a buyout with the Jazz had he found a deal with another team.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Enes Kanter had career highs with 23 points and 22 rebounds in a rare start, helping the Utah Jazz beat the Charlotte Bobcats 98-68 on Friday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
DeMarre Carroll added a career-high 19 points, while Gordon Hayward and Jeremy Evans chipped in 14 apiece for the Jazz, who played without Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap. It didn...
If you are not one of the top 5 teams in the NBA at the trade deadline and you don’t make a trade, your not doing your job. If you don’t have a chance to make it deep into the playoffs and you’re not at least trying to change a few things up on the floor at the deadline, your not doing your job. It should be every owner, GM and, front office’s job to be putting together a...
Enes Kanter had career highs with 23 points and 22 rebounds in a rare start, helping the Utah Jazz beat the Charlotte Bobcats 98-68 on Friday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
DeMarre Carroll added a career-high 19 points, while Gordon Hayward and Jeremy Evans chipped in 14 apiece for the Jazz, who played without Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap. It didn't matter against...
Life without Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap may not be so bad -- if the Utah Jazz play the Charlotte Bobcats every night. Jazz fans got another glimpse of the future Friday with a massive 23-point, 22-rebound double-double from Enes Kanter in the Jazz's 98-68 win. Those are career-high numbers.
Kanter started for the injured Al Jefferson (sprained ankle and spotted in a walking...
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@utahjazz: Jazz win big 98-68 over @bobcats! HUGE game for @Enes_Kanter with 23p/22r!! #WeAreUtahJazz #CHAatUTA #utahjazz #jazznation
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Fri, Mar 01 2013 21:45:33
Are the Jazz going...
A sustained effort complete with focus and intensity could be what the Utah Jazz need to end their recent rough stretch.
Hosting the lowly Charlotte Bobcats might help.
The Jazz look to avoid a season-worst fourth consecutive loss with an eighth straight victory over the Bobcats on Friday night.
A 20-point second-half deficit was too much for Utah (31-27) to overcome in Wednesday...