A No. 1 seed is not the only regular-season feat in reach of the Utah Jazz. The 2020-21 Utah Jazz squad has still yet to wrap up the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference for the NBA Playoffs, which will begin next Saturday.
The Utah Jazz will be trying to reintegrate one backcourt gem this weekend. It remains to be seen if Utah Jazz guard Mike Conley will be in the lineup when the squad takes the floor for a road matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder at 6 p.m.
O’Neale and a couple of his teammates are great examples of the Jazz’s ability to find rotation contributors in unconventional places (Bill Baptist via utahjazz.com) There are many paths to building a contending team.
Despite solidifying himself as the clear front runner for Defensive Player of the Year, the media bias against Rudy Gobert couldn’t be more significant. In the midst of what is one of the best defensive seasons of recent memory, few mainstream media outlets accurately cover Gobert’s dominance.
Despite a dominant season, the Utah Jazz will look to add to the firepower. The Utah Jazz franchise is on pace to secure the top record in the NBA for the first time in 23 years, with the last time being in 1998.
Two games remain in the 2020-2021 regular season for the Utah Jazz, and they haven't made things easy on themselves when it comes to locking down the number one seed. Looking back, the Jazz would've, and still need to win two of the final four games of the year to secure the number first seed in the NBA Playoffs.
The schedule for all regular-season finales ought to benefit the Utah Jazz. Luckily for the league-best Utah Jazz (50-20), it looks as if one recent tweet from Shams Charania of The Athletic is now erroneous.
View the original article to see embedded media. Jordan Clarkson can see another Filipino player in the NBA, Kai Sotto, a young baller that made some noise in recent times. Even after failing to compete in the G League bubble this season, Sotto found a way to shine and joined the NBL, just like LaMelo Ball did in the past.
View the original article to see embedded media. Even though they're far from the dominating team they were a couple of years ago, the Golden State Warriors are the last team you want to meet in the playoffs.
Whether you judge him with the eye test or the numbers, it's difficult to deny the Defensive Player of the Year case for betting favorite Rudy Gobert, even if Ben Simmons is on his heels and Draymond Green would like an invite to the conversation...
The Jazz and Suns have established themselves as two different types of main characters, but they’re both defined by a kind of improbability, an anxiety about whether or not what they’ve been so far reflects what they’re truly made of.
Past shortcomings and present-day success have created Utah Jazz naysayers. Moments before NBA TV’s broadcast of the Utah Jazz’s 119-116 road loss to the Golden State Warriors (36-33) on Monday night, Hall of Famer and former 12-time All-Star Isiah Thomas chimed in on the potential postseason weakness of the league-leading Jazzmen (50-19).
Ingles, Bogdanovic and Niang have helped the Jazz weather injuries. (via Utah Jazz Twitter) Every Monday during the regular season, the week here at SCH begins with the Salt City Seven: seven regular features that let us relive the biggest moments, key performances and hot issues in Jazzland from various angles.