• For Jazz, Big Frontcourt Has Mixed Results

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Nov 21, 2012
    Can the Jazz afford to maintain their frontcourt in an expensive market that will pay Millsap and Jefferson eight figures each per year? Just what Utah Jazz team is this? Because through 12 games, the 6-6 Jazz have so far not entirely distinguished themselves from last year’s Jazz, which most thought overachieved to finish 36-30 in the lockout-shortened season, sneaked into the playoffs as the eighth seed and were swept into summer by the San Antonio Spurs. The Jazz have a unique way of turning problems i...
    Source: nytimes.com
    • Utah Jazz: Despite big changes, Jazz aren’t that different

      Utah Jazz: Despite big changes, Jazz aren’t that different by Bill Oram The Salt Lake Tribune Published Nov 21, 2012 06:30PM MDT A glut of post players and a shoot-first point guard to get them the ball. Gordon Hayward struggling. Good at home, and at h
      Source: sltrib.com
  • Ian Thomsen: Tough decisions await Jazz with their talented quartet of big men

    The Jazz have a unique way of turning problems into strengths. They're supposed to be a small-market team unlikely to recruit free agents, and yet they've gone 39 years with just two -- two! -- losing seasons. With this tradition in mind, the Jazz face …
    Source: CNNSI.com

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