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Utah Jazz point guard, Trey Burke is coming off a pretty successful first year in which he made the all-rookie NBA first team, as well as rookie of the month three times, all while missing twelve games due to a finger injury.
Watch, as he takes viewers to his hometown of Columbus, Ohio and gives a quick tour of his high school where his NBA dreams began to take shape:
[H/T Bleacher Report]
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With the NBA draft dominating talk all around the Internet and sports radio, it’s time to finally narrow down the Utah Jazz’s options into the most likely and most beneficial three guys that the Jazz could pick up.
As much as we all want Andrew Wiggins or Jabari Parker, the stars didn’t align this year for Utah. Jazz fans have come to terms with that fact by now, and realize...
In the first year of a rebuilding effort, the Utah Jazz finished with the worst record in the Western Conference and franchise’s lowest win percentage in 32 years. Utah has a talented, young core in place to build around but still needs to address several needs this off-season.
Utah Jazz (25-57 last year)
2014-15 Projected Depth Chart:
C: Enes Kanter/Rudy Gobert
PF: Derrick Favors...
The Utah Jazz are taking their sweet time to find a new head coach, but it’s possible that they are getting close. According to Jody Genessy of the Deseret News, Quin Snyder is a leading candidate for the vacant head coaching position in Utah:
Now, Snyder has emerged as a leading candidate to become the next head coach of the Utah Jazz, according to multiple...
The Utah Jazz are no longer considering Jim Boylen for their head coaching job, according to sources.
Boylen was previously viewed as a top candidate and is friends with Dennis Lindsey.
Quin Snyder, Alvin Gentry, Adrian Griffin and a mystery candidate remain the leading candidates for the Jazz, who have kept the fourth coach tight-lipped.
Duke forward Jabari Parker. Photo courtesy of http://raining3s.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Parker-1.jpg
Who is Jabari Parker?
At 6’8” and 240 pounds, many are trying to say Jabari is too short to play the right position or might be too heavy to play for a long time. I’d prefer to compare him (body-wise) to LeBron James, who also happens to be the same...
Per a published report, Hawks assistant coach Quin Snyder has been granted a follow-up interview with the Utah Jazz, joining both Adrian Griffin and Alvin Gentry.
Atlanta Hawks assistant coach Quin Snyder has been an intriguing, under the radar name on the coaching market this off-season, and he has already been linked to the search by the Utah Jazz. However, that pursuit has reportedly...
As has been the case with the Utah Jazz’s first four pre-draft workouts, none of the six players who participated in Monday’s tryout session will be picked by the team in the first round of the NBA draft on June 26.
And certainly not with the fifth pick the Jazz own.
Jazz vice president of player personnel Walt Perrin added, "not at 23, possibly at 35."