Google provides plenty of jokes throughout the year, but we have a feeling this one was enacted by a Warriors fan.
On February 25th 1977, Pistol Pete Maravich dropped a ridiculous Jazz record of 68 points against the New York Knicks, and there is video.
Gordon Hayward of the Utah Jazz is sneaky athletic, and his skills were on display Thursday night against the Wizards.
Sure, the sheer awesomeness of this assist from Trail Blazers guard Tim Frazier to Noah Vonleh is somewhat mitigated by the fact that the game was already decided but it isn’t every day month year that we get to see an over-the-backboard-alley-oop either. The play was so good that even the die-hard Jazz fans who
Utah Jazz writer Ben Dowsett caused quite the stir on Twitter after the Warriors’ close win over the Jazz on Monday when he tweeted that he had “expected just a little more respect thrown the Jazz’s way from GSW’s locker room than what actually came.” Specifically, Dowsett mentioned Draymond Green and Stephen Curry as two
During last night’s game against the Toronto Raptors, Jazz center Rudy Gobert made a brave defensive stand and got utterly demolished by DeMar DeRozan on a dunk. Gobert took the moment in stride and was even able to joke about the play on Twitter following the game (winning the contest certainly helped matters as well).
Trevor Booker just hit a trick shot that he definitely didn’t mean to and that, sadly, doesn’t count. With the ball stuck behind the backboard, Booker took a broom to poke it loose, and he did just that. Because he poked it out so hard, it got air and went right in the net. Here’s
Utah Jazz forward Gordon Hayward has bought a rather beautiful new home in Rancho Santa Fe, California for $3.35 million. The house comes with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, including “his and hers bathrooms and dressing rooms.” However, the main attractions may be the outside amenities. In addition to a detached guesthouse, the property comes
Amidst all of the Laker fans’ fears that D’Angelo Russell might be a bust (way too early too tell), Jordan Clarkson’s quietly been having a nice summer league.
Connor Toole is a genius that deserves a serious pay raise from Elite Daily. The writer/blogger came up with a brilliant idea to punk NBA fans on Thursday night. He pretended to be drafted by the Utah Jazz and proceeded to walk around and party in New York City while fans flocked to his side,
Bryce Cotton is a 6′ 1″, 165 lbs guard out of Providence college who has some ridiculous hops. The 22 year-old has only played in 14 games this season, but on Monday night against the Mavericks he made up for lost time.
The Utah Jazz are on a roll these days. Since the All-Star break — a period which included the trade deadline, when they dumped utterly useless defender Enes Kanter — the Jazz are 11-2, which is good enough for the best record in the NBA.