Found December 01, 2011 on Salt Lake Tribune:
Ronnie Price wants his old job back with Utah Jazz By Brian T. Smith The Salt Lake Tribune Published Dec 1, 2011 06:22PM MDT Jazz point guard Devin Harris had already run through a light workout, every minor move captured by the zooming lenses of television cameras. Paul Millsap looked stronger and sounded more confident than ever, serving immediate notice that this could be the year the former reserve tweener becomes an All-Star. C.J. Miles said he was 15 pounds lighter, declaring on the first day of informal, voluntary workouts that he wants to be either Utah’s starting shooting guard or small forward when the 2011-... Copyright 2011 The Salt Lake Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Utah Jazz coach Corbin eager to get ball rolling

(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By LYNN DeBRUIN AP Sports Writer The lockout-shortened NBA season has left Tyrone Corbin with precious little time to prepare a young, fairly inexperienced Utah Jazz team. But after being thrown into the fire last season following Jerry Sloan's abrupt retirement, then waiting impatiently for a fresh start, the 48-year-old Corbin...

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Trail Blazers will face Utah Jazz in two preseason games

View full sizeDoug Beghtel/The OregonianBlazers guard Wesley Matthews will face his former team, the Utah Jazz, in Portland's preseason games.NBA action will return to Portland on Monday, Dec. 19, as the Portland Trail Blazers play host to the Utah Jazz...
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