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The Utah Jazz Are Not A Team In Turmoil -- The Downbeat #1434
Stability is a good thing. Also: Dante Exum's teddy bear, Gordon Hayward's Team USA hopes, Dick Bavetta departs, and your FanPosts.
Salt City Hoops
A History of Left-Handed Utah Jazz Players
In case you were not aware, August 13th is officially Left-Handers Day. With that in mind, and because it is also interesting to review Jazz history, it seems fitting that Salt City Hoops takes a look back at Utah's southpaws.
The Utah Jazz Could Be Worth A Billion Dollars -- The Downbeat #1429
What Steve Ballmer's purchase of the Clippers means for the Jazz. Also: Is Dante Exum progressing? Will the Jazz win more games than last season? Will more of you write FanPosts? SO MANY QUESTIONS.
NBA Rookie Dante Exum highlight video
The NBA released a pretty slick highlight video of rookie Utah Jazz point guard Dante Exum .
Utah Jazz look to be able to attack from multiple positions; form basis for a dynamic, modern offense
Consistency leads to stability, and stability leads to predictability. This year Utah is throwing those last two out the window and speeding along to the new era of basketball.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Ailene Voisin: Cousins can learn a lot from Barkley
DeMarcus Cousins celebrates his 24th birthday in two weeks, which means that if he earns a roster spot on the U.S. national team training here and preparing for the basketball World Cup that begins Aug. 30 in Spain, he will be years ahead of Charles Barkley at a similar age.
Best Of The Playoff Best
Michal Jordan against the Jazz. Reggie Miller against the Knicks. Larry Bird against the Lakers, Magic Johnson against the Celtics.
NBA History: Utah Jazz great Karl Malone on NBA TV tells story in three parts
Yesterday was Karl Malone 's birthday. The Mailman, among his many honorifics, is the leading scorer in Utah Jazz franchise history.
Utah Jazz have a lot to learn from the San Antonio Spurs, but are...
The Utah Jazz and the San Antonio Spurs are both small market teams from the old Midwest Division.
Commentary: Dennis Lindsey is the NBA's Billy Beane
If you need 10,000 hours to master something, I'm at about 20 hours - reading, watching, and rewatching.