Gordon Hayward and the Shot Chart From Hell
Gordon Hayward
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Gordon Hayward and the Shot Chart From Hell

November 22nd, 2013 | by Evan Hall
So before any internet writer is allowed to talk about the basketball failures of an NBA player, he should probably have to start with some disclaimer. We never do, of course, because that’s an understated but nonetheless...
Can Jeremy Evans be a Rotational Player?
Derrick Favors
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Can Jeremy Evans be a Rotational Player?

November 21st, 2013 | by David J Smith
For a team in need of some good news, the Utah Jazz received some yesterday: rookie point guard Trey Burke made his official NBA debut versus the New Orleans Pelicans. While the highly-anticipated return by Burke from his broken...
Jazz Offensive Woes: Shot Selection or Shot Making?
Analytics
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Jazz Offensive Woes: Shot Selection or Shot Making?

November 20th, 2013 | by Ben Dowsett
As a difficult season in Utah continues with another couple disheartening losses, it’s news to no one in Jazzland that the team is struggling mightily offensively.  Their young, inexperienced roster is dead last in the league...
Waiting With Bated Breath for Trey Burke’s Return
Trey Burke
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Waiting With Bated Breath for Trey Burke’s Return

November 19th, 2013 | by Laura Thompson
Jazz fans have been getting rumblings that Trey Burke is close to returning, which is such welcome news for a team that has severely struggled at the point guard position in Burke’s absence. Alec Burks has spent some time at...
10 Games In, The State Of The Jazz
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10 Games In, The State Of The Jazz

November 16th, 2013 | by Ben Dowsett
Through nearly one-eighth of the NBA season, we’re just crossing into territory where we’ve seen enough basketball to start making some conclusions.  For the Jazz, it goes without saying that some of these conclusions...
The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Jazz vs. Spurs 11/15/2013
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The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Jazz vs. Spurs 11/15/2013

November 15th, 2013 | by Andy Larsen
1. The Jazz’s shooting woes are nearly entirely outside the paint. The Jazz shot 38.5% tonight, another negative mark in their campaign to avoid being the worst shooting team in NBA history. When an NBA team shoots 38%,...
The Problem with “Potential”
Opinion
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The Problem with “Potential”

November 15th, 2013 | by Scott Stevens
I’m starting to hate a certain P-word. It’s one that Utah fans have been hearing all too much lately. “Potential” is starting to have a dirty ring to it. What does potential mean anyway? It’s a supposed or possible...
The End of Rookie Initiation
Opinion
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The End of Rookie Initiation

November 15th, 2013 | by Dan Clayton
Goodbye, kids’ backpacks. Ciao, glittery manicures. Adieu, kicking balls into the stands and forcing the kids to fetch them. Hasta luego, rookie rites of passage. The NBA put an end to the tradition of rookie hazing last...
The Triple Team: Three Thoughts On Jazz vs. Pelicans 11/13/2013
Triple Teams
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The Triple Team: Three Thoughts On Jazz vs. Pelicans 11/13/2013

November 13th, 2013 | by Andy Larsen
1. Utah’s shifted point guard position paid dividends. The Jazz made significant changes to their point guard position in the last 36 hours. First, the Jazz waived Jamaal Tinsley, dropping the 35-year-old point guard after...
So Long, Jamaal Tinsley
Jamaal Tinsley
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So Long, Jamaal Tinsley

November 13th, 2013 | by David J Smith
Three years ago, when news surfaced that the Utah Jazz had interest in veteran point guard Jamaal Tinsley, many Jazz fans were dubious. He had not been in the NBA in a year and had only logged 38 NBA games over a span of three...