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Random Ruminations: You’ve Been Pek’d, Jazz Making a Move? And Welcome to Linsanity

February 9th, 2012 | 2 Comments

Nikola Pekovic has thrived since escaping Rambis’ Phantom Zone Sometimes a team finds that missing link piece and goes next-level on us. And the Minnesota Timberwolves have found theirs in one Nikola Pekovic, the perfect complement to Ricky Rubio and Kevin Love. …
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Random Ruminations: You’ve Been Pek’d, Jazz Making a Move? And Welcome to Linsanity

West Playoff Race: Who’s In, Who’s Out?

March 3rd, 2011 | One Comment

The NBA’s Western Conference has been a powerhouse the last few years putting up eight 50-win teams in two of the last three years. But a lot of it’s talent has gone “back east” on us. Still, the race for …
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West Playoff Race: Who’s In, Who’s Out?

The Shifting Attitudes and Economics of the NBA, Part 1

February 27th, 2011 | No Comment

Before we go into why so many superstars want to play together on big market teams, and what’s changed in the last 25-odd years since the advent of free agency and the soft salary cap, let’s identify that there is …
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The Shifting Attitudes and Economics of the NBA, Part 1

Jazz’s Kevin O’Connor Makes Magic. Again

February 24th, 2011 | One Comment

An increasingly moody Deron Williams had taken control of the Utah franchise. So KOC did what he does best; dig deep and yank that rabbit by the ears right of the hole that had been dug for him…
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Jazz’s Kevin O’Connor Makes Magic. Again

My “Twelve Step Process” As A Grieving Utah Jazz Fan

February 16th, 2011 | 2 Comments

I hardly know where to begin. Trying to distance myself from the noise, I’ve come to terms with this past week’s transactions. It wasn’t easy. But I was somewhat prepared for this shakeup, thanks in large part to another team …
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My “Twelve Step Process” As A Grieving Utah Jazz Fan

A Closer Look at Adelman’s GW’er Play for Kevin Martin

February 4th, 2011 | No Comment

“It’s Super Bowl week you know. Shane was the quarterback right there and I was the wide receiver. Shane made a great pass and that was the only place he could have put it and I just threw something up…”
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A Closer Look at Adelman’s GW’er Play for Kevin Martin

Busting Basketball Myths: ’05 Draftees’ Development Revisited

January 7th, 2011 | 5 Comments

Coaches don’t develop young talent enough, right? Wrong. Minutes don’t automatically equal production, and how an injury may have saved Martell Webster’s career…
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Busting Basketball Myths: ’05 Draftees’ Development Revisited

Utah Jazz the Boston Celtics of the West?

December 13th, 2010 | No Comment

Last season, after a stumbling start and a loss to the Boston Celtics, the Utah Jazz decided it would be wise to emulate the perennial Eastern Conference powerhouse. Little did we realize they’d take it to the following extreme… Neither …
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Utah Jazz the Boston Celtics of the West?

Jazz waive Gaines, Jeffers, Nichols & Thompson

October 21st, 2010 | No Comment

Utah Jazz general manager Kevin O’Connor announced today that the team has waived guard Sundiata Gaines, guard/forward Othyus Jeffers, forward Demetris Nichols and guard Ryan Thompson. The Jazz roster now stands at 13. Gaines (6-1, 200, Georgia) appeared in four …
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Jazz waive Gaines, Jeffers, Nichols & Thompson

Kyrylo Fesenko to re-sign with the Utah Jazz

September 27th, 2010 | No Comment

Kyrylo Fesenko, a restricted free agent, has agreed to re-sign with the Utah Jazz. Sources have told ESPN.com that Fesenko has passed on a multiyear offer from the Houston Rockets on Sunday and will soon sign his one-year qualifying offer …
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Kyrylo Fesenko to re-sign with the Utah Jazz

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