The 2021-22 NBA season is underway, and the Utah Jazz are off to a somewhat conspicuous 2-0 start. Despite a pair of wins, Head Coach Quin Snyder’s offense has not flowed as expected against two subpar opponents.
Tonight, the Utah Jazz face what is easily the hardest test of this young season, hosting the unbeaten Denver Nuggets on primetime TV. The Jazz, who have started the year 2-0, have certainly looked impressive, posting one of the league’s best defensive ratings through their first few games.
Michael Jordan could never let anyone get the better of him. Perhaps that mindset is what allowed MJ to become the greatest of all time. But as long as someone would trash-talk him and push the right buttons, Jordan would respond and make sure that comes out on top.
The Utah Jazz recently made the decision to draft the son of franchise part-owner and NBA icon Dwyane Wade’s son, Zaire Wade. In relatively unshocking news, some people on the internet had some opinions about that development.
Hassan Whiteside and the Jazz have started the year off with some encouraging early results. (via utahjazz.com) 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.
The Utah Jazz, as many might have predicted, walked away with a win against the Sacramento Kings on Friday night. The game was a little closer than some may have predicted at 110-101, but playoff seeding pays no mind to margin of victory.
The Utah Jazz started the 2021-22 season off on the right foot, dismantling the Oklahoma City Thunder in last night’s season opener 107-86. For Jazz and Thunder fans alike, this was roughly the expected outcome.
Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert reveals the recipe for an insta-double-double. In their regular-season opener against the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday, the Utah Jazz entered halftime with a 54-42 advantage.
With the NBA regular season have just tipped off, Utah Jazz fans are either gripped by optimism or dread (depending on your personal disposition). After all, they’re just past the very end of the NBA’s offseason, a time when fans have no recourse but anticipation.
A Utah Jazz rookie is forecasting playing time from the get-go this season. Speaking to Utah Jazz media on Wednesday, Utah Jazz guard Jared Butler confirmed that he anticipates his official NBA debut to come sometime after 7 p.m.
The Utah Jazz secured the NBA’s best record last season with their 52-20 mark. The Jazz sported the league’s best point differential as well, plus-9.2, a full three points better than the second-highest team.