1. Snyder: We Hurt Ourselves Most on Defense

    SALT LAKE CITY – The Minnesota Timberwolves certainly weren't feeling sorry about the fact that the Utah Jazz were missing their leading scorer and best all-around player ...

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  2. LaVine, T-Wolves Take Down Jazz in OT

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Rookie guard Zach LaVine scored 27 points, including two 3-pointers to force overtime, and the Minnesota Timberwolves rallied past the Utah Jazz 106-104 on Monday night...

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  3. Hood Exits Due to 'Gastrointestinal Distress'

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  4. Gordon Hayward Injury: Updates on Jazz Star's Shoulder and Return

    Utah Jazz star Gordon Hayward missed the team's game Monday against the Minnesota Timberwolves with a shoulder injury. Continue for updates...

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  5. Hayward Sitting with Sprained Shoulder

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  6. Jazz Drop Road Game to Warriors, 106-91

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  7. Jazz Have Just Enough in Tank to Beat Lakers 80-73

    Before Thursday night's game in L.A. against the Lakers, Jazz coach Quin Snyder said his players had responded well all year to adversity, which is what they were facing after losing to Washington in a late game the night before in Salt Lake...

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  8. Why Dante Exum Is the NBA's Defensive Rookie of the Year

    Dante Exum's rookie season has not gone according to the media's plans, and that's just fine. The Utah Jazz point guard has exceeded expectations as a defender and may be the best rookie in the NBA on that end of the floor...

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  9. Emptying the Noggin - 48 Minutes of Fight Falls Short

    *** Nothing about this game changes anything about how you feel about the Jazz and what is going on with this team...

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  10. Exum Halted by One Great Wall

    Over the past three weeks, Jazz point guard Dante Exum has been playing the best basketball of his rookie season. Defensively, he's almost reached lockdown status. On offense, he's become a reliable 3-point shooter...

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  11. Snyder: Win Streak 'Shouldn't Define Us'

    SALT LAKE CITY — Something coach Quin Snyder and the Utah Jazz have tried to do all season, whether it was during a nine-game losing streak in late November/early December or their recent six-game winning streak, was to stay on an even keel...

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  12. Utah Jazz Becoming NBA's Poster Child for Organic Rebuilds

    At any given moment, for any given NBA team, there are numerous ways to rebuild, some of which are more successful than others...

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  13. Report: Millsap (Concussion) Could Miss Time

    Hearing Elijah Millsap could be out a few days (and maybe up to a week) after suffering a concussion in last night's game...

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  14. Trevor Booker Finds His Niche in Utah

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  15. Player Development Key to Snyder's, Team's Success

    The basketball coach admires swimmers, the work they put in, the commitment it takes to get in the water each day, the painstaking attention to detail it takes to shave tenths of a seconds away...

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  16. Elijah Millsap Diagnosed with Concussion

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  17. Hood Sets Career-High, Leads 3-Point Barrage

    Rodney Hood likes his team's chances this month. They're young, they're hungry and, he said, you never know what might happen in March...

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  18. Jazz Stay Hot, Make It Six in a Row with Rout

    The Utah Jazz extended their win streak to six games, as they blew out the Charlotte Hornets 94-66 at EnergySolutions Arena on Monday night...

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  19. Hornets Free-Falling out of Playoff Contention

    The Charlotte Hornets couldn't shoot, couldn't rebound and couldn't give themselves a chance Monday against the Utah Jazz ...

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  20. Report: Jazz CEO Greg Miller to Step Down

    Greg Miller has stepped down as CEO of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies, including the Utah Jazz , as the corporation undertakes a managerial restructuring...

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  21. Jazz Sign Bryce Cotton to a Multi-Year Deal

    SALT LAKE CITY (March 16, 2015) – The Utah Jazz announced today that team has signed guard Bryce Cotton to a multi-year contract. Per team policy, financial terms were not released...

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  22. Jazz to Re-Sign Jack Cooley

    The Jazz are set to sign Jack Cooley to another 10-day deal, according to ESPN.com's Marc Stein (via Twitter). The rebounding specialist first joined Utah on February 24th and returned back to the D-League after that pact expired...

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  23. Jazz Bigmen Derrick Favors and Rudy Gobert Were Too Big for Pistons

    Wow. I mean, Wow. What a crazy game. The Utah Jazz withstood a hungry, tired, and injured Detroit Pistons team -- and their 30 points barrage in the fourth quarter -- to win their fifth game in a row...

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  24. Derrick Favors' Quiet Emergence

    Since February 1, Utah 's starting power forward has averaged 17.7 points, 7.9 rebounds, 1.2 steals and 1.6 blocks in 17 games...

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  25. Rodney Hood Reflects on Career-High vs. Rockets

    Rodney Hood was fantastic Tuesday night against New York , scoring a career-high 17 points, but he was even better on Thursday night...

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