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.
Ladies and gentlemen, Vinsanity made an exclusive appearance in Memphis on Monday evening.
Here’s what I wrote about new Utah Jazz head coach Quin Snyder during the preseason: This happened during a 33-point Utah Jazz win over the Lakers in a preseason game. Now, just imagine what Quin Snyder will look like when the Jazz are fifteen games under .500 midway through the season. After Monday night’s 103-101
The Utah Jazz won their fifth game of the season last night, coming back from 17 down in the first half to blow the doors off the (still) woefully under-manned Oklahoma City Thunder.
It’s Friday night, and I’m about to head out. But first, let’s see how the Knicks did tonight. What’s that? A guy who is shooting 30.7% on the season hit a ridiculous, deep corner two at the buzzer to win? Sounds about right. Could someone get J.R. Smith a drink? It looks like he could
Gordon Hayward had himself a highlight reel night in Salt Lake City Wednesday night, starting with this chase down block on LeBron James, followed by a dunk on the other end. With the Jazz leading 96-90 late in the fourth quarter, that play should have stood alone as the top highlight of the game. Unfortunately,
Gordon Hayward re-signed with the Utah Jazz this summer for 4 years and $62 million, so it would only be appropriate that he also get a really sweet billboard out of the deal as well. Also, as if the real thing wasn’t enough, some crafty folks over the NBA sub-Reddit decided to have some fun
This happened during a 33-point Utah Jazz win over the Lakers in a preseason game. Now, just imagine what Quin Snyder will look like when the Jazz are fifteen games under .500 midway through the season. [@cjzero]
Preseason contests in sports generally don’t matter in terms of stats or wins and losses, but the Utah Jazz made sure last night’s intra-squad scrimmage had some significance for five-year old JP Gibbons. The young Jazz fan, who is battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia, was signed to the Jazz roster, given his own uniform and subbed
@daanteee pic.twitter.com/MjK5hk4PJa — Rodney hood (@rodneymhood) August 18, 2014 On the one hand, one cannot exclude the possibility that Jazz rookie Dante Exum is being framed by his teammates. After all, that teddy bear is ridiculously large (and has a bow!) and it doesn’t seem to be THAT old either. Exum is also a rookie,
A Twins superfan created a one-of-a-kind Brian Dozier back hair jersey a couple weeks ago and it was hard to believe someone could rival that creativity, but this unique gentleman certainly entered the conversation for best impromptu jersey: Hey I wanted @rodneymhood jersey they weren’t out yet pic.twitter.com/H2k6aQe1lF — Kenny Bania (@dilldrape7) July 20,
Name: Dante Exum School: Australian Institute of Sport Position: Point Guard/Shooting Guard Birthday: 07/13/1995 Height/Weight: 6’6″/196 lbs Achievements: Named to the 2013 FIBA Under-19 World Championship All-Tournament Team. Averaged 18.2 points and 3.8 assists over that tournament in nine games.