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Tyrone Corbin may be the biggest argument of them all amongst Jazz nation. I have heard so many angles on this argument. So, I went and polled a few other bloggers about this very question. Below you will find what they think along with my own opinion. Please let us know what you think the Jazz should do about Tyrone Corbin.
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Tyrone Corbin, stay or go.
I’ve been a semi-vocal voice in defending Ty Corbin this year. I think the guy gets a rough shake at things, especially recently when he’s getting booed during game intros during winning streaks. Come on fans, we’re better than that.
That being said, my vocal defense of Corbin has been a bit more quiet lately, especially as we’re getting into the nitty-gritty of this playoff race. It’s not that I don’t think that he’s the best guy to lead this team, and i definitely don’t think he should be fired right now, but that 3-12 stretch following the trade deadlin...
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This connection between the Utah Jazz tandem of Jamal Tinsley and Jeremy Evans is fierce. Talk about a showstopper.
The Jazz went on to beat the Portland Trailblazers 112-102 on Monday.
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The Utah Jazz won 5 straight games and they are currently back to being the 8th seed in the Western Conference by half a game. Just a little over a week ago, all seemed lost, as this team had lost 12 of 15 games and looked like anything but a playoff team. But now, with Al Jefferson leading the way, the playoffs are looking more like a 50:50 proposition, rather than the impossibility...
Tweet Utah Jazz forward Jeremy Evans has competed in the Sprite Slam Dunk Contest the past two All-Star Weekends, winning the contest in 2012. However, he rarely sees the floor for the Jazz, averaging less than 10 minutes per game. On Monday night as the Jazz were blowing out the Portland Trail Blazers, though, Evans [...]
Looking for the alley-oop dunk on Monday night in the NBA? We have it for you here at That NBA Lottery Pick.In the final minutes of the Utah Jazz/Portland Trail Blazers game, Utah guard Jamaal Tinsley found teammate Jeremy Evans with an alley-oop from the three-point line:
Al Jefferson scored 24 points, Mo Williams hit six 3-pointers and the Utah Jazz beat the Portland Trail Blazers 112-102 Monday night to extend their winning streak to a season-best five games.
The win was Utah's second in four days over the Blazers (33-41), losers of five consecutive.
Wesley Matthews scored 23 for Portland, still without leading scorer LaMarcus Aldridge because...
Just one week into the Fight for the Playoffs series and the landscape has shifted yet again. The Jazz now find themselves sitting on the 8th seed, riding a 4 game winning streak. The Lakers have slipped out of the playoffs, but only by a tiebreaker. Dallas is only one loss behind both of them. Meanwhile Golden State and Houston are sitting at 6th and 7th. Their records...
After moving back into the final playoff spot in the Western Conference, the Utah Jazz have an opportunity to deliver another big blow to the Portland Trail Blazers' fading playoff hopes.
The Jazz will try for their season-best fifth straight victory and beat the reeling Blazers for the second time in three days on Monday night.
Utah's postseason chances appeared slim after...