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Jordan Clarkson, Will Hardy upset about not having a call in the Jazz game

Jordan Clarkson She was critical but friendly, simmering but calming. ADVERTISEMENT Sitting in the interview room at the Vivint Arena on Saturday night, in an oversized bouffant coat and gingerly patting his swollen right elbow, he wanted, while not being very clear, to convey his displeasure with the referees he felt had failed to protect … Read more

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The Blazers beat the Jazz 116-111; Think of Jared Vanderbilt’s trade possibilities

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Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s 116-111 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers of the Salt Lake Tribune Jazz beat writer Andy Larsen. ADVERTISEMENT 1. Defending the opponent’s best players Coming into the game, the Blazers have three 20-point scorers per game: Damian Lillard, Anfernee Simons, and Jerami Grant. Lillard has been out since the … Read more

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The NBA has been silent about Kobe Bryant’s daughter being hit by a stalker

ADVERTISEMENT Natalia Bryantpicture: Getty Images Love and adoration are actions, not just sound clips. and social media posts. He shows up to your hero’s family when he can’t. ADVERTISEMENT Kobe Bryant’s eldest daughter, Natalia , newly File a restraining order against a man who allegedly stalked her, spammed her on social media, and tried to … Read more

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He is now 8 below average defensive tackles for the Jazz. What is the persistent problem?

Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine (8) drives to the basket as Utah Jazz guard Colin Sexton (2) defends during the second half of an NBA basketball game Monday, November 28, 2022, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) ADVERTISEMENT | November. 29, 2022, 6:50 a.m | Updated: 7:13 AM Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s … Read more

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Bring the NBA to Mexico City

ADVERTISEMENT Mexico City is one of the largest and most cosmopolitan cities, worthy of an NBA team.picture: Getty Images The first time I went to Mexico, my dad brought us to visit our grandparents, who were alive and living in San Benito, a border town in Texas. In the early ’90s, we crossed over to … Read more

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The Jazz are beaten defensively versus the Pistons. What can Jazz do to improve the in-ring experience?

Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s 125-116 loss to the Detroit Pistons of the Salt Lake Tribune Jazz beat writer Andy Larsen. ADVERTISEMENT 1. The Disciplined Jazz have the worst defensive night of the season Will Hardy was very clear about his team’s defense tonight: “Very poor. I think we do a really bad job … Read more

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The unique way the Utah Jazz take advantage of the NBA’s 3-Point Revolution

Editor’s note: Riley Geisman is a writer at Salt city hoops. This story is part of a collaboration between SCH and The Tribune that seeks to create more dialogue and community for Utah Jazz fans. ADVERTISEMENT The NBA 3-Point Revolution is old news. Between 2010-19, the world watched Stephen Curry break practically every shooting record … Read more

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Colin Sexton’s night was a perfect microcosm of the Utah Jazz’s so far incomplete tenure

Angels • Monday night at Jazzland started with elation in some quarters with this coach Will Hardy announced Colin Sexton as the starting point guard Against the Clippers, in place of the injured Mike Conley. ADVERTISEMENT The night ended with a rolling clip of the youngster coach and junior guard in a moving bench discussion … Read more

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Clippers come back to win against the Jazz. Did the referees delay the correct blocking or opponent call?

Three thoughts about the Utah Jazz’s 114-121 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers from the Salt Lake Tribune Jazz beat writer Andy Larsen. ADVERTISEMENT 1. Transition defense kills jazz again What determines the loss? Longtime readers know I like to use glass cleaning to break down what’s going on during a game. It’s a great … Read more

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The Dallas Mavericks will struggle unless Luka Dončić buys the team’s concept

ADVERTISEMENT There is no “I” in “Team” Luke.picture: Getty Images The Mavericks’ struggles this season are well documented and likely won’t abate anytime soon. All World Team captain, Luka Dončić, gets another hot start, but this only translates to a 9-7 record, and the team is barely keeping their heads above water. While Dončić plays … Read more

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