1. Utah Jazz's Upcoming Texas Trip Most Important for Playoff Push

    The Utah Jazz finally got back to their winning ways with a 103-90 win over the Detroit Pistons on Monday, temporarily putting them back in line for a playoff spot. Unfortunately, their stay was short...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 2 years ago 875 reads 0 comments

  2. Utah Jazz's 2013 Playoff Push: Backcourt Needs Some Shuffling

    The Utah Jazz’s backcourt has been dreadful lately, but even that description does not capture how bad their recent performances have been...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 2 years ago 882 reads 8 comments

  3. Utah Jazz: Point Guard Woes Will Keep Jazz from Playoff Run

    The quiet passing of the trade deadline in Salt Lake City means the Utah Jazz management have settled for a short playoff run, and risk losing both Paul Millsap and Al Jefferson without anything to show for it this summer...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 2 years ago 714 reads 18 comments

  4. Bryce Brown's Flop in Week 14 Makes Value Questionable for Fantasy Football

    Bryce Brown was a wrecking ball during a two-game stretch for the Philadelphia Eagles recently, busting through defense and piling up big numbers...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about 2 years ago 5,050 reads 10 comments

  5. Utah Jazz: The Choice Between Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap Is Coming

    The Utah Jazz have a cloud looming over their season that is larger than simply incorporating the newly acquired Williamses (Mo and Maurice), Randy Foye and Kevin Murphy into Tyrone Corbin's system...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about 2 years ago 2,587 reads 10 comments

  6. 10 Biggest Cheap Shotters in NBA History

    The current NBA is full of sissies. The golden age (or dark age, depending on your preferences) of the physical NBA has faded and been replaced with a softer, more regulated version of its former self...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about over 2 years ago 2,811 reads 5 comments

  7. NBA Draft 2012: Comparing Every First-Round Pick to an NBA Legend

    Will NCAA champion Anthony Davis be the next Hakeem Olajuwon, or the next Michael Olowokandi? With the NCAA championship trophy back in Lexington, Ky., players and fans alike turn their eyes to the 2012 NBA Draft ...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about over 2 years ago 4,615 reads 10 comments

  8. 2012 NBA Playoffs: 5 Keys to the Utah Jazz Earning a Playoff Berth

    The Utah Jazz are facing an uphill climb to get into the 2012 NBA playoffs. The majority of Utah’s remaining games, 11 of 15, are against teams battling for playoff positions (or spots) in the Western Conference...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about over 2 years ago 903 reads 0 comments

  9. 2012 NBA Playoffs: When the Utah Jazz's Playoff Push Turns to Shove

    I admit, I was skeptical when fellow Utah Jazz fans talked about the playoffs as the season began. Sure, there was a decent base to build on, but who knew how well everything would gel together under a new, untested coach...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about over 2 years ago 1,026 reads 7 comments

  10. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Utah Jazz's Jamaal Tinsley Helping Lead Push for Playoffs

    After averaging marginal minutes throughout the regular season, Jamaal Tinsley suddenly seems like the spark plug that a now revitalized Utah Jazz have been looking for...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 764 reads 2 comments

  11. NBA Free Agency 2012: 10 Bold Predictions

    Dwight Howard 's announcement that he will remain with the Orlando Magic reverberated through the Twitter universe. All eyes are now on Deron Williams...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 58,058 reads 69 comments

  12. Utah Jazz: Josh Howard Lost for Season, Gordon Hayward's Role Increases

    Per the Salt Lake Tribune , Utah Jazz starting small forward Josh Howard is done for the season. Howard recently had an MRI on his left knee and it revealed a chip in his left lateral femoral cartilage...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 362 reads 2 comments

  13. Utah Jazz: Alec Burks Shines in Fourth Quarter Against Lakers, C.J. Miles Done?

    Alec Burks came through in a big way against the Los Angeles Lakers Sunday night, and his strong play should signal the end of C.J. Miles ' career with the Utah Jazz ...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 773 reads 1 comments

  14. NBA Free Agency 2012: Bold Moves the Utah Jazz Will Make This Summer

    The Utah Jazz seem to be stuck in neutral this season, but that is about to change. Though they have climbed back to above ...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 4,417 reads 9 comments

  15. 6 Reasons the Lakers Would Be Smarter to Trade Pau Gasol Than Andrew Bynum

    The Los Angeles Lakers would be wise to hold onto Andrew Bynum for as long as possible, even if it means losing Pau Gasol...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 4,468 reads 17 comments

  16. NBA Trade Deadline 2012: Fact vs. Fiction of Most Talked About Trades

    There are several big names being thrown around in NBA rumor mills at the moment, and this is only going to escalate as the March 15 deadline approaches...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 928 reads 0 comments

  17. Los Angeles Lakers: 5 Potential Pau Gasol Trade Packages

    With the NBA trade deadline quickly approaching, and the Los Angeles Lakers sitting six games behind the Oklahoma City Thunder for first place in the Western Conference, a potential trade may be lurking around the corner...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 3,685 reads 0 comments

  18. Utah Jazz: Devin Harris Looks Alive Again, Will It Be Enough?

    Devin Harris , who I recently described as being lost on the court , looks like he found his footing again...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 584 reads 1 comments

  19. Utah Jazz Report Card: Grading Every Player at the Season's Halfway Point

    The Utah Jazz ’s season has been a turbulent ride thus far. With sluggish play intermixed with some dominance, it is hard to tell what will become of them come game number 66...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 840 reads 4 comments

  20. Paul Millsap and the 10 Most Underrated Forwards in the NBA

    With 2012 NBA All-Star Weekend approaching in mid-March, some of the game’s brightest stars will be on display...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 5,586 reads 14 comments

  21. NBA Trade Scenarios: Best Shooters Likely on the Market

    With the NBA Trade deadline quickly approaching, teams need to start making moves that will help them compete for this year's NBA Championship (or at the very least, solidify competitive teams for future championships)...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 2,207 reads 0 comments

  22. Utah Jazz: Devin Harris Looks Lost on the Court, Watson's Time to Shine?

    Devin Harris ' performance against the New Orleans Hornets in a 86-80 loss was an insult to Jazz fans, and to basketball in general. Harris contributed two points, one rebound, and four assists in 19 minutes...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 964 reads 31 comments

  23. Utah Jazz: All Four Jazz Players Left out of All-Star Game, One Major Mistake

    The Utah Jazz had four players placed on the 2012 NBA All-Star game ballot, though all of them will be watching the game from the comfort of their own homes...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 759 reads 10 comments

  24. Utah Jazz Add Forward DeMarre Carroll, Sign of a Trade on the Horizon?

    Per the Salt Lake Tribune , the Utah Jazz signed forward DeMarre Carroll yesterday. Carrol played four games for the Denver Nuggets at the beginning of the season and averaged three points and 0...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 1,872 reads 28 comments

  25. Jeremy Evans Must Rep Utah Jazz in Slam Dunk Contest

    The 2012 NBA All-Star game is quickly approaching, as are the various skills contests. Of them, there is little doubt the Slam Dunk Contest is the one fans anticipate the most, and for good reason...

    Zac Watne Written by Zac Watne about almost 3 years ago 1,637 reads 2 comments