1. Utah's Kyle Korver To Have Knee Surgery, Injury Beat Goes on for Jazz

    According to Utah_Jazz at Twitter. Kyler Korver is having knee surgery to remove a bone spur. The surgery will cause him to miss the beginning of the season for the Jazz. The Jazz once again are being hit by the injury bug...

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  2. The Utah Jazz Intra-Team Scrimmage

    What could be better than sitting four rows up from the floor at the ESA? Jazz players all lined up in chairs being interviewed by Craig Bolerjack...

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  3. Utah Jazz Match Portland's Offer For Paul Millsap

    The deal was considered "toxic", by the Portland Trailblazers. The upfront money was considered lethal. A small market team like the Utah Jazz with modest owners would not even consider matching the deal according to much of the media...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about almost 5 years ago 281 reads 3 comments

  4. Carlos Boozer Opts out According to Utah Radio Station

    According to 1320 KFAN, the official radio station of the Utah Jazz, Carlos Boozer will opt out of his contract but plans to stay with the Jazz...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about 5 years ago 664 reads 8 comments

  5. Deron Williams:The Heart of a Champion

    Many have questioned Deron Williams' leadership ability the last month of the regular season. The Jazz seemingly fell apart when everything was supposed to be coming together...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about 5 years ago 205 reads 6 comments

  6. Which NBA Playoff Stars Have the Heart of a Champion?

    The Playoffs have started and the stars have began to emerge. Experts say you really don't know much about a player until the Playoffs, until they have been tested in the Post Season...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about 5 years ago 245 reads 3 comments

  7. Derrick Rose: The Best Young Point Guard in the NBA

    The debate over the last few years for the best young point guard has been between Chris Paul and Deron Williams. Mentions of Tony Parker are few and far between and this past year there weren't many mentions of Derrick Rose...

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  8. Utah Jazz - How I Wish You Were Here

    Dear Utah Jazz, You broke my heart. I thought you should know that you broke my heart. I feel like I hardly know you anymore. Please tell me that you have been replaced by imposters and the real Utah Jazz team will show its face any day now...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about 5 years ago 316 reads 4 comments

  9. NBA Dreams: NBA Championships, Deep Playoff Runs, and Dirk in Your House?

    April brings new hope in the air—the weather is warming, the flowers are blooming, the birds are singing, but, most importantly, the NBA Playoffs are starting...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 196 reads 3 comments

  10. Rockets-Jazz: The Best Rivalry You Haven't Heard Of

    "Stockton for three... yes! John Stockton sends the Utah Jazz to the NBA Finals!" The shot heard 'round the NBA. It was the first time the Jazz ever made it to the Finals, a turning point for ...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 434 reads 12 comments

  11. All That Jazz: Utah's Proving To Be a Team with Heart

    The Utah Jazz are currently on their longest winning streak since 1999. In that year, they won 11 straight games; currently they are sitting on a 12-game winning streak and looking to extend it to a lucky 13 tonight against the Atlanta Hawks...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 150 reads 8 comments

  12. Los Angeles Lakers: Leading the Pack in Flagrant Fouls

    The Lakers were criticized for being soft, playing little defense, and not having enough mental toughness against the defensive-minded Boston Celtics in the 2008 NBA Finals...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 453 reads 18 comments

  13. Owner Of The Jazz, Larry Miller Passed Away

    The Utah Jazz are reporting that Larry H. Miller died today at the age of 64. Mr. Miller died at home surrounded by his family and loved ones. Miller passed away due to complications of type 2 Diabetes...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 84 reads 3 comments

  14. No Heart: The Continuing Story of the Utah Jazz

    Another road loss. It's nothing new to Utah Jazz fans. This has become the norm with the Jazz. Win at home and lose on the road. Play with heart at home and stand around and shoot jumpers on the road...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 249 reads 17 comments

  15. Jerry Sloan the Most Overrated Coach in the NBA

    Jerry Sloan has never won COY. That is a travesty. There have been years that he deserved it, probably the second year that he took the Jazz to the finals and the year after Stockton and Malone left and he managed to get a team with no stars on it to a ..

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 543 reads 7 comments

  16. Utah Jazz Midseason Review

    It's hard to believe that the NBA season is more than half over for most teams. For Jazz fans it feels like the season hasn't even begun yet let alone be half over...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 147 reads 0 comments

  17. The Legend Hot Rod Hundley

    "You gotta love it, baby!" "Stockton to Malone!" These are some of the most famous phrases in Jazz history. Hot Rod Hundley will be announcing his 3,000 game for the Utah Jazz tonight...

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  18. Carlos Boozer to Have Surgery!

    The Jazz announced that Carlos Boozer will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his knee on Jan. 9, 2009. Most athletes who have this surgery are out for at least 4-6 weeks after the surgery...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 162 reads 9 comments

  19. The NBA Cares This Holiday Season

    The NBA and it's players care about their communities. Many players have spent this holiday season giving back. Athletes have been blessed with so much in their lives and feel blessed to give back to those who are in need...

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  20. I Want to See a Utah vs. Detroit NBA Finals

    When you think sexy match-ups, media loving match-ups, high profile superstar players match-ups, the Utah Jazz and the Detroit Pistons do not come to mind...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 90 reads 2 comments

  21. The Slam Dunk is Back

    The dunk contest is back, my friends. Thanks in large part to Super Man Dwight Howard. The dunk contest originated in the ABA in 1976 but because of the merger with the NBA later that year, it was the only year the ABA had the contest...

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  22. The Curse: Utah Jazz Losing Streak at 18 in San Antonio

    The Jazz last won in San Antonio in February of 1999. Pokemon, Harry Potter, and the new Star War's movie The Phantom Menace were all the craze. President Clinton was acquitted by the United States Senate in his impeachment trial...

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  23. Utah Jazz in One Word

    Jerry Sloan: Tough. Deron Williams: Driven. Ronnie Brewer: Slashing. Carlos Boozer: Ambidextrous. Andrei Kirilenko:Omnipresent. Memo Okur: Money. Ronnie Price: Dunks. Paul Millsap: Hustling...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 125 reads 3 comments

  24. Mehmet Okur Returns to Jazz from Turkey

    Mehmet Okur has returned from Turkey. Okur left the Jazz for Turkey a week ago to be with his ailing father. When he was assured by his father's doctors that his father's condition had stabilized, "Memo" returned to Utah Sunday...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 297 reads 7 comments

  25. All Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers Team

    The fiercest rivalry in the history of the NBA is between the Boston Celtics and the Los Angles Lakers. They have matched up in the Finals more than any two teams at 11. They are the two most celebrated teams in the NBA...

    Diana Allen Written by Diana Allen about over 5 years ago 369 reads 3 comments