Utah Jazz Stock Watch: Risers and Fallers Heading into NBA All-Star Break

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Utah Jazz Stock Watch: Risers and Fallers Heading into NBA All-Star Break
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Despite the greater Salt Lake City area being several thousands of miles away from Wall Street, there are still plenty of good stocks in the Beehive State to snap up as quickly as possible and a few that you may want to consider dumping. 

As the 2012-13 NBA season pauses for the 2013 All Star Weekend in Houston, a relatively clear picture of every NBA team and their respective floors and ceilings is materializing. Any trades before the February 21 deadline could drastically shake things up, but as of now, we have a pretty good idea of where and what every NBA team should be. 

The Utah Jazz's rather unique situation of having the vast majority of their team becoming free agents in the summer have made this year an audition of sorts. Despite the suspected predisposition of some to play to earn a bigger contract and display their talent to 29 other NBA teams, everyone has seemingly stuck to head coach Tyrone Corbin's blueprint of sticking together and playing unselfishly. 

As key injuries to Gordon Hayward and Mo Williams attempted to stymie Utah's winning ways, new key cogs have stepped up and have led the Jazz to a 30-24 record, including a decisive win over the juggernaut Oklahoma City Thunder

Among the reasons for success and concern are the following six Utah Jazz players, whose respective stock has either hit a proverbial bull or proverbial bear market. 

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