1. Utah Jazz: Jeremy Lin Torches Jazz Point Guards, Underscores Team's Weakness

    Jeremy Lin of the New York Knicks went for 28 points, eight assists and two steals against the Utah Jazz in a 99-88 Knicks victory Monday night. Lin's efforts should be commended...

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  2. David Stern Urging Karl Malone and Utah Jazz to Be Chivalrous

    NBA commissioner David Stern , in an attempt to help save face for the league after a damaging 149-day lockout this summer, is asking both sides of the recent Utah Jazz -Karl Malone argument to make amends...

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  3. Why Paul Millsap's Fantastic Season Should Not Have Any Fans Surprised

    Paul Millsap was one of four players on the Utah Jazz to be placed on the 2012 NBA All-Star ballot...

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  4. NBA Trade Rumors: Utah Jazz Must Be More Patient with Devin Harris

    Devin Harris is not playing his best basketball right now with the Utah Jazz . Though he is listed on the 2011-12 NBA All-Star ballot, his numbers are down across several categories...

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  5. Utah Jazz: C.J. Miles Makes Case for Bigger Role on Team

    C.J. Miles started off the season with the Utah Jazz looking lost. He only scored in double-digits three times in the first 10 games, while scoring four points or less in four of those contests...

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  6. Utah Jazz: Enes Kanter Deserves More Playing Time

    The Utah Jazz 's coaching staff seem wary of putting Enes Kanter on the court right now, as they should be. Kanter is a bull in a china shop, though that could change with more experience...

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  7. Alec Burks Deserves to Have Role Expanded for Utah Jazz

    The Utah Jazz 's Alec Burks is fearless, an uncommon trait for rookies. Give Burks a slightly open lane, and he will cut to the rim. It doesn't matter if there are several tall trees lining the paint, Burks is willing to go after the hoop...

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  8. Russell Westbrook Signs New 5-Year Deal with Oklahoma City Thunder

    According to a Yahoo! Sports report , Russell Westbrook has signed a new five-year, $80 million extension with the Oklahoma City Thunder ...

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  9. 5 Teams Standing in Way of Chicago Bulls Winning 2011-12 NBA Championship

    The Chicago Bulls are looking like the team to beat at this point in the season. They have started off 13-3, despite playing only six of those games in Chicago...

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  10. Utah Jazz: Why Josh Howard Must Start over Raja Bell

    Other than sheer loyalty, there is no reason Raja Bell should be in the starting lineup of the Utah Jazz as the 2011-12 season continues. Bell brings a certain intensity to (most) games, and as a fan I appreciate that...

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  11. Shaquille O'Neal on Inside the NBA: Definitely Not the "Big Calculator"

    I may be a little late to the party on this, but it looks like Shaquille O'Neal could use a refresher in basic percentage calculations, division, or both...

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  12. Utah Jazz Report Card: Early Grades for All the Team's Key Players

    The Utah Jazz are currently sitting at a surprising 6-4, seventh in winning percentage in the Western Conference...

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  13. Al Jefferson: 6 Early Signs He's Going to Make the NBA All-Star Team

    Al Jefferson is having an outstanding season for the Utah Jazz . He leads the team in scoring, rebounding, blocks, and in a related and important category: minutes per game. He is the focal point of the Jazz offense when he is on the floor...

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  14. Al Jefferson, Utah Jazz Frontcourt Fuels Victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers

    Al Jefferson had another strong game for the Utah Jazz with 30 points, 12 rebounds and two blocks as the Utah beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 113-105 to earn their fifth win in a row...

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  15. Oklahoma City Thunder's Eric Maynor Season Ends with Torn ACL

    The Oklahoma City Thunder lost backup point guard Eric Maynor to a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his right knee...

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  16. Utah Jazz Beat Memphis Grizzlies, Bench Comes on Strong

    The Utah Jazz and Memphis Grizzlies both went into Friday's contest with .500 records, but with the help of their bench, the Jazz powered their way to a 94-85 victory at the EnergySolutions Arena...

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  17. Alec Burks: 6 Expectations for the Utah Jazz Rookie's Season

    Though many Jazz fans were disappointed when Jimmer Fredette was selected as the 10th pick by the Milwaukee Bucks (then abruptly traded to the Sacramento Kings ) in the 2011 NBA ...

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  18. Utah Jazz Have 4 Players on NBA All-Star Ballot, Led by 3 Big Men

    The NBA announced today that the Utah Jazz have four players on the 2011-12 NBA All-Star ballot, including center Al Jefferson , forwards Paul Millsap and Derrick Favors and point guard Devin Harris...

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  19. Utah Jazz Back to Winning, Al Jefferson Leads Effort over Milwaukee Bucks

    The Utah Jazz clawed back to a .500 record with their 85-73 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks at EnergySolutions Arena...

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  20. 6 Signs Derrick Favors Is in Line for a Breakout Season with the Utah Jazz

    Derrick Favors is poised to have a breakout season with the Utah Jazz this year. He is positioned to live up to the hype that surrounded him as the third pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, just not with the team that originally drafted him...

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  21. Utah Jazz Should Use Their Amnesty Clause on Al Jefferson

    Twenty-nine million dollars. That is the amount the Utah Jazz owe Al Jefferson over the next two years, $14 million for this season and $15 million for 2012-13...

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  22. Utah Jazz: 0-66 Season a Possibility, but Not Likely

    While the Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder , two teams largely considered to be contenders for the NBA Championship this season, have started off the season on winning streaks, the Utah Jazz barely seem to have stepped off the team bus...

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  23. Kobe Bryant Throws Away Season Opener for the Lakers, Sign of Things to Come?

    On Christmas day, Kobe Bryant , a five-time NBA champion and center of the Los Angeles Lakers ’ universe, threw away the ball that ultimately led to the Chicago Bulls ’ Derrick Rose hitting a running one-hander that buried L...

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  24. BCS Championship Game Overhaul: Bring on a 4-Team Playoff

    As a lifelong Utah Utes football fan I was disgusted in 2009 when the Utes went undefeated, 13-0, and yet they were shut out of the national championship game...

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  25. NBA Opening Day: Key Matchups in Each Game

    The NBA opening day is finally upon us. Five games lead off the season on Christmas Day, with the opening tip off at Madison Square Garden between the New York Knicks and Boston Celtics ...

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