1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Favors: 'You Get Past Me, Worry About Rudy'

    Rudy Gobert was having himself a night and, despite a noticeable limp after rolling his ankle, had just finished out the third quarter and was making his way to the bench when he was stopped by his coach...

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  6. Snyder Has High Praise for Gobert in Win

    SALT LAKE CITY — One of the best teams in the NBA 's Western Conference showed up big-time Thursday night at EnergySolutions Arena.....

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  7. Hood on 13 Pts on 3rd Qtr: 'I Was Just Trying to Help'

    Not liking the way Rodney Hood was playing early against the New York Knicks , Jazz coach Quin Synder got in the rookie's ear and told him to be more aggressive...

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  8. Favors, Defense Powers Jazz Resurgence

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  9. Jazz Hang On, Top Knicks 87-82

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Derrick Favors had 29 points and 12 rebounds, and the Utah Jazz beat the New York Knicks 87-82 on Tuesday night to tie a season high with their third straight victory...

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  10. Watch: Exum Gets It Done on Both Ends of the Floor

    Dante Exum is having a quite rookie season in Utah but tonight against the New York Knicks , he is making his presence known...

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  11. Hayward (Back) to Miss 1st Game of Season

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  12. Jazz Find Success Again with a Different Game-Day Approach

    For the second time on a weeklong road trip, Jazz coach Quin Snyder called off a shootaround hours ahead of Sunday's game.....

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  13. Playoffs Are Out, but Don't Expect Team to Relax

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  14. Jazz Won't Take Knicks Lightly

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  15. Jazz Assign Grant Jerrett to Idaho Stampede

    SALT LAKE CITY (March 10, 2015) – The Utah Jazz announced today that the team has assigned forward Grant Jerrett to the NBA Development League's Idaho Stampede, the Jazz's exclusive D-League affiliate...

    Adam Nofflett Written by Adam Nofflett about 3 months ago 20 reads 0 comments

  16. How Jazz Are Trying to Make Gobert/Favors Work on Offense

    Since the departure of Jerry Sloan and the team's last star, Deron Williams , success has been fleeting for a Utah Jazz organization that ruled the Western Conference in the 1990s...

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  17. Rudy Gobert Absolutely Belongs in Defensive Player of the Year Conversation

    Rudy Gobert has all the makings of a perennial Defensive Player of the Year candidate. Such distinctions are difficult to earn...

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  18. Kragthorpe: Defense Gives Utah Jazz an Identity

    Even though a last-second defensive breakdown in Boston ultimately kept them from enjoying an epic trip, the Jazz returned home from a four-game swing with more total victories than they posted last season...

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  19. Jazz Want More Aggression from Rookie Point Guard Exum

    Teammates of Utah Jazz point guard Dante Exum want more aggression from the rookie from Australia. That hasn't been easy for the 19-year-old, playing against grown men on a nightly basis...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 3 months ago 28 reads 0 comments

  20. Exum Still Has Questions to Answer About Defense

    New York • Before Dante Exum heard his name called and walked across the stage at the Barclays Center on draft night, the Utah Jazz front office had questions...

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  21. Jazz Cap East Road Trip on High Note

    Gordon Hayward scored 24 points and Derrick Favors added 22 more to help guide the Utah Jazz to an 95-88 win over the Nets Sunday evening in Brooklyn...

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  22. Sunday Shootaround: Rudy Gobert Is Revolutionizing the Utah Jazz

    BOSTON -- Rudy Gobert stands out even in the impossibly strange genetic environment of pro basketball. Listed at 7'2 with a 7'9 wingspan and a preposterous standing reach of 9'7, he ...

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  23. Utah Jazz 89, Philadelphia 76ers 83. Ugly, Ugly, Very Ugly. but a Win.

    The game was a true Phantom Menace game, for both teams really. It was an episode for the die-hard fans alone ... anyone else will watch the game and think, "wow, that was pretty terrible...

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  24. Big 3rd Quarter Helps Jazz Down 76ers

    Utah used a big third quarter and 25 points from Gordon Hayward to beat the 76ers 89-83 in Philadelphia on Friday...

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  25. Hayward Leads Jazz Past 76ers 89-83

    Gordon Hayward scored 25 points to lead the Utah Jazz past the Philadelphia 76ers 89-83 on Friday night...

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