Utah Jazz

Legendary Utah Jazz Coach Jerry Sloan Dead at 78

Legendary Utah Jazz head coach and former Chicago Bulls player, Jerry Sloan, has died Friday at the age of 78.. The Jazz announced the passing of Sloan due to complications of Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body dementia. Sloan was diagnosed with dementia in April 2016. The Jazz have released a statement: “Jerry Sloan will always […]

Did Rudy Gobert Ruin His Chance at a $200 million Super Max Deal?

Utah Jazz Center and 2x NBA Defensive Player of the Year Rudy Gobert is due for a new contract this year, a contract that could’ve earned him $247 million over 5 years according to Forbes. Gobert has been a monster defender for the Utah Jazz averaging 2 blocks per game behind a 15 point 13 […]

NBA Teams With Looptworks To Create Fan Gear Out of Traded Player Jerseys

Have you ever wondered what becomes of official NBA jerseys when a player gets traded or decides to “take their talents” elsewhere? Sure, some fans keep them as nostalgic keepsakes, while others might find a more toasty approach — we’re looking straight at you, Cavs fans! — but upcycling-savvy business venture Looptworks found a better, […]

Mitchell & Ness Links With Just Don For a “No Name” Jersey Collection

Ever had a hard time choosing a favorite player to rep from your favorite team? If so, Mitchell & Ness is literally eliminating the middle man with a new set of jerseys in collaboration with designer and Team YEEZY-affiliate Don C. Advertisement With “The No Name Collection,” jerseys from your respective basketball squad — options […]

Donovan Mitchell and The Jazz Have The Thunder On The Brink Of Elimination

Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder’s season is on life support thanks to a gritty performance by the upstart Utah Jazz. Rookie guard Donovan Mitchell once again led the charge offensively, scoring a game-high 33 points to push the Jazz to a huge victory, moving one-step closer to secure a spot in the Western Conference […]

Expect Utah to Waive Derrick Rose, Might Return To Timberwolves

During The Cleveland Cavaliers fire sale, Derrick Rose was traded to the Utah Jazz. Rose doesn’t want to be in Utah and the Jazz don’t want him around either. According to several reports, the Jazz will waive the 29-year old former MVP, allowing him to pursue another opportunity with a playoff team. After the Jazz waives […]

Utah Jazz Rookie Donovan Mitchell Goes Off For 41 Points

Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell had a career night as he went off for 41 points on 13-of-25 shooting from the field and 6-of-12 from beyond the arc to lead the Jazz to a 114-108 win over the New Orleans Pelicans. With that performance, Mitchell etched himself into the Jazz record books by setting a […]

James Harden Career High and Historic Night, Too Much For Utah

Words by Jason Cordner James Harden is clearly out to prove he should have won league MVP last season. James Harden had a career high night on Sunday, as he torched the Utah Jazz with 56 points, on 19-of-25 shooting from the field, including 7-of-8 from beyond the arc. His outstanding shooting has overshadowed his ability to […]

Logic’s New ‘Everybody’ Available For Stream Now | Source News Flash

Today in Source News Flash: Overnight, Logic released his new album, which is now available for streaming and you can listen to it here. Kendrick Lamar’s success doesn’t stop, his most recent DAMN. reached platinum status in less than a month since its release. Lil Yachty just dropped a video for his single “Bring It Back” and […]

The Utah Jazz (??) Handed Kobe Bryant the Worst Loss of His Career

Kobe Bryant has played for two decades in the NBA, and has faced some of the toughest opponents known to basketball, including Michael Jordan, LeBron James, the Celtics’ Big 3 and a string of touch Greg Popovich Spurs teams. However, it wasn’t until the Mamba ran into a Utah Jazz team trying desperately to make […]

Kemba Walker Just Dropped 52 Points on the Utah Jazz

Why isn’t anyone talking about Kemba Walker? The former UConn standout, NCAA National Champion and 1st-round pick has quietly helped the Charlotte Hornets–formerly the Bobcats–become a legitimate playoff contender in an increasingly competitive Eastern Conference, and he’s done it without the help of another star, unless that’s what we’re willing to call Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Nicolas […]