1. Monson: Jazz Losses May Stack Up, but Hopelessness Won't

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  2. Watch: Hayward Throws Down Monster Jam

    If this is the type of play that becomes routine for Gordon Hayward going forward, he'll more than justify the max contract awarded him by the Utah Jazz this summer...

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  3. Watch: Hayward Throws Down Monster Jam

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  4. Jazz Hoping to Avoid Repeating History

    PORTLAND, Ore. — Enes Kanter was a happy man in the Utah Jazz locker room Tuesday night, and not just because he made the first 3-pointer of the preseason for his team or because Wednesday's practice was canceled...

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  5. Why Mehmet Okur Should Mentor Enes Kanter

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  6. Hayward's Super Slow Summer

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  7. Jones Cautions Young Teammates for Possibility of Lockout

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  8. Jazz Sign 5-Year-Old to 1-Day Contract

    SALT LAKE CITY (Oct. 6, 2014) – The Utah Jazz announced today that the team has signed five-year-old free agent guard JP Gibson to a one-day contract. Per team policy, financial terms were not released...

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  9. Does Trey Burke's NBA Career Depend on Huge Step Forward This Season?

    Utah Jazz point guard Trey Burke had a decent rookie year. It was nice. Average. So-so. And that might be a problem. A "nice" or "decent" rookie year would have been fine had Burke's ceiling been a little bit higher...

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  10. How New NBA TV Deal Affects the Utah Jazz

    Remember when everyone flipped out about how the new Gordon Hayward “max deal” was going to hamstring the Utah Jazz for years to come.....

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  11. Mixed Results in First Practice for Exum, Hood

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  12. Point Guards Burke and Exum Battling in Practice

    Since draft night, the Utah Jazz have insisted that Trey Burke and Dante Exum will be able to coexist in the backcourt.....

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  13. Novak's Shooting Makes Him Important to Jazz System

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  14. Utah Jazz: Basketball a Way of Life for Rookie Rodney Hood

    And heading into the June draft, he projected to be a lottery pick. Hood didn't work out for a team outside of the top 18, and he only went that far because Phoenix also owned the No...

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  15. Burke Looks to Build Upon Rookie Season

    Trey Burke looked calm and unaffected by the crush of people surrounding him. He confidently chewed on a piece of gum, looked straight ahead and answered each question with the patience of an NBA veteran...

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  16. Bulked-Up Hayward Looks to Play with Edge This Season

    SALT LAKE CITY — Gordon Hayward is a different person than the fresh-faced college poster boy who arrived in Utah from Brownsburg, Indiana , after his sophomore season at Butler, no doubt...

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  17. Lindsey Expects to Keep Kanter, Burks 'A Long Time'

    Optimism abounded as the Jazz opened training camp this week, young and hopeful and still unbeaten. No one seemed to embody that more than Enes Kanter, who beamed as he talked about ...

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  18. Snyder Wants Favors to Act Like Ray Lewis on Defense

    For new Jazz coach Quin Snyder, it was pretty remarkable. Here he was, in his first months on the job, his initial concerns resting on details like constructing a summer league roster and practice plan...

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  19. Felix out 4 Weeks with Shoulder Injury

    SALT LAKE CITY (September 30, 2014) – The following is a medical update on Utah Jazz guard/forward Carrick Felix, who suffered a left shoulder injury during Tuesday's morning ...

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  20. Lindsey, Burke Address Internet Photo Issue

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  21. Mehmet Okur Named 'Team Ambassador' for Jazz

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  22. Utah Jazz Owner Greg Miller Opens Up

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  23. How the Utah Jazz Will Use Horns

    You'll hear the term “horns” a lot this season while watching the Utah Jazz (insert regional religious joke here).....

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  24. Utah Jazz: Gobert Hopes to Expand on World Cup Success

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  25. Jazz Sign Dahntay Jones

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