Kelly Olynyk believes that jazz has a good foundation for rebuilding

Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes Salt Lake City – Kelly Olynyk has been in this situation before; It’s a little bigger this time. Within a few weeks of trading to Boston on draft night in 2013, Olink saw the organization undergoing massive changes. First, the team hired a first-year coach at Brad Stevens. Subsequently, All-Stars … Read more

Running in a dream | local news

They are the things that dreams are made of. In this case, that stuff was the Little League World Series, and it became a reality for local baseball players during this summer’s 75th anniversary of the event. For Aspen Anderson and Brody Dull, they had visions for most of their young lives playing in the … Read more

Joint practice with Jazz allows RSL to “break things up” heading into the ultimate extension

RSL coach Pablo Mastrowini speaks with Jazz coach Will Hardy at a joint group practice on Wednesday. (Real Salt Lake, Instagram) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes Sandy – In an age when American football coaches can go to England and lead a football team in the Premier League – at least on TV – no … Read more

10 notes from the introductory press conference for new Detroit Tigers chief Scott Harris

Detroit – new Detroit Tigers Speaking Tuesday for the first time since joining the organization, President Scott Harris outlined his three-part vision for the team and talked about what drew him to Detroit. Harris, 36, takes over as chief of baseball operations after the Tigers ousted Al Avila at the end of seven failed rebuilding … Read more

Patrick Kinahan: Bravo to Ainge for being so bold about the jazz list

Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes Salt Lake City – This is probably because Danny Inge is 63 years old and doesn’t worry about job security. Or perhaps he was in the mood to deviate from the typical canned responses and wanted to unambiguously state his motives. Either way, the top CEO of the Utah Jazz … Read more

Jazz management: ‘Utah’ took advantage of ‘They didn’t believe in each other’

Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes Salt Lake City – Danny Inge was appointed in December 2021 as CEO of Utah Jazz, and the following month the team went from 4 to 12. She gave the experienced NBA vet a clear early assessment of where his new franchise was. Ainge said on Monday, after Official Announcement … Read more

Colin ‘Young Bull’ Sexton is ready to ride in Utah

Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Colin Sexton earned the nickname “Young Bowl” in his junior year of high school in Atlanta due to his strong brand of basketball. Now with a new team, Sexton is looking to bring the same hard working attitude to a Utah Jazz team in dire need … Read more

Arrowhead Hosting Enduro: 2022 MAXXIS Eastern State Cup Enduro Series Primer | News

Claremont – Claremont will have an influx of bikes this weekend, as Arrowhead and The WheelHouse host the 2022 Enduro MAXXIS Eastern State Cup Series. This year marks the second event hosted by the Eastern State Cup after the organization recognized the popularity of expert-level trails in Claremont. The event begins on the morning of … Read more

‘We have a plan’: Jazz announces Mitchell trade, admits change was necessary

Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) prepares to shoot free throws during the game against the Philadelphia 76ers at Vivent Arena in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, November 16, 2021. Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Danny Inge has a plan, but there is a caveat: It will take some time. The … Read more

Renovations made at NHL arenas built in the early to late 1990s | local business

Here’s what 17 other NHL teams, such as the Buffalo Sabers, have either built their yards with between 1993 and 99 or are planning renovations. Tampa Bay Lightning: Amalie Arena (1996) – Years of upgrades are highlighted by a $60 million overhaul completed in 2015, rebuilding the entrance, putting in new padded seating, removing two … Read more