• Kragthorpe: NBA playoff experience should spur Jazz’s growth

    Summary of 50 articles · Updated May 4, 2012
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    • Shaken Jazz center Al Jefferson again playing biggest game of career

      Shaken Jazz center Al Jefferson again playing biggest game of career By Brian T. Smith The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 5, 2012 11:15PM MDT Hours after the Jazz held off Phoenix on April 24 to clinch a Western Conference playoff spot, Utah center Al …
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    • Monson: Five things the Jazz must do to stay alive

      Monson: Five things the Jazz must do to stay alive By Gordon Monson Tribune Columnist Published May 5, 2012 05:20PM MDT Five things the Jazz can do to find a few rays of light in the vast darkness of their first-round playoff series against the Spurs: 1…
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    • Kurt Kragthorpe: Pain caused by Spurs may do Jazz some good

      Kurt Kragthorpe: Pain caused by Spurs may do Jazz some good By Kurt Kragthorpe Tribune columnist Published May 4, 2012 12:54PM MDT This sorry state of the Jazz, as their series with San Antonio resumes Saturday, is the very reason that participating in …
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    • Monson: Jazz are chickening out against the Spurs

      Monson: Jazz are chickening out against the Spurs By Gordon Monson Tribune Columnist Published May 3, 2012 10:43PM MDT After bumping and skidding their way through what Al Jefferson properly described in the postgame as an “embarrassment,” the Jazz fl
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    • Analysis: Shell-shocked Jazz haven’t shown up for NBA playoffs

      Analysis: Shell-shocked Jazz haven’t shown up for NBA playoffs By Brian T. Smith The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 4, 2012 11:06AM MDT Guard Gordon Hayward said the Jazz planned to shock the world. Coach Tyrone Corbin wanted Utah to try to win it all.
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    • Spurs expect Jazz to play much better at home in Game 3

      Spurs expect Jazz to play much better at home in Game 3 By Brian T. Smith The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 4, 2012 11:06AM MDT San Antonio • A packed, raucous EnergySolutions Arena doesn’t compare to battery- and rock-throwing European basketball c
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    • Kragthorpe: Jazz usually recover in Game 3, but Spurs look too tough

      Kragthorpe: Jazz usually recover in Game 3, but Spurs look too tough By Kurt Kragthorpe Tribune Columnist Published May 3, 2012 10:33PM MDT Some encouraging historical data exists regarding the Jazz’s ability to recover from a disastrous playoff defeat.
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    • Utah Jazz embarrassed by Spurs in Game 2 blowout

      Utah Jazz embarrassed by Spurs in Game 2 blowout By Brian T. smith The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 3, 2012 09:01AM MDT San Antonio • Dead on arrival. Two games away from extinction. Beaten down, humiliated and embarrassed. That’s the eighth-seeded
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    • Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard is the series’ surprise after two games vs. Jazz

      Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard is the series’ surprise after two games vs. Jazz By Brian T. Smith The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 2, 2012 11:08PM MDT San Antonio • It’s hard to wow Spurs coach Gregg Popovich. Sometimes it’s difficult to simply draw a
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    • Utah Jazz’s Jefferson easily displaced by Spurs’ post defense

      Utah Jazz’s Jefferson easily displaced by Spurs’ post defense By Brian T. Smith The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 2, 2012 09:58PM MDT San Antonio • Al Jefferson spent seven long, frustrating seasons trying to return to the NBA playoffs. Now that h
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    • Jazz’s Harris M.I.A. after two playoff games against Spurs

      Jazz’s Harris M.I.A. after two playoff games against Spurs By Brian T. Smith The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 2, 2012 11:08PM MDT San Antonio • Tony Parker no longer owns center stage as the Jazz’s primary concern. Devin Harris has given him comp
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    • Kragthorpe: Jazz not justifying their effort to make playoffs

      Kragthorpe: Jazz not justifying their effort to make playoffs By Kurt kragthorpe Tribune Columnist Published May 2, 2012 09:19PM MDT San Antonio Any chance the Jazz could replay April, lose a few more games and miss the playoffs? That way, everybody wou…
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    • Stein: The Jazz just might not have an answer for swaggering Spurs

      The Jazz just might not have an answer for the Spurs after Game 2 dismantling.
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    • Spurs hammer Jazz to take 2-0 series lead

      Another game, another rout by the Spurs. Tony Parker led with 18 points as the West's No. 1 seed dropped the Jazz 114-83 to seize a 2-0 lead as their first-round series heads to Utah.
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    • Live Analysis: Spurs 28, Jazz 17 at end of 1st quarter

      Live Analysis: Spurs 28, Jazz 17 at end of 1st quarter By Brian T. Smith The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 2, 2012 04:44PM MDT San Antonio • The Jazz missed their first seven shots. They needed 4:33 to score their first basket. Still, it was only 10-4
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    • Malone excited about the Jazz, says don’t count them out

      Malone excited about the Jazz, says don’t count them out By Scott D. Pierce The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 2, 2012 04:20PM MDT Karl Malone insists he’s not particularly surprised that the Utah Jazz made the 2012 NBA playoffs. “I’ll tell you t
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    • Kragthorpe: Jazz need points from Howard vs. Spurs

      Kragthorpe: Jazz need points from Howard vs. Spurs By Kurt Kragthorpe The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 2, 2012 04:03PM MDT San Antonio Jazz forward Josh Howard’s goal for tonight’s Game 2 against San Antonio is rather simple: “Hopefully, this tim
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    • Jazz sticking with Josh Howard, despite Game 1 struggles

      Jazz sticking with Josh Howard, despite Game 1 struggles By Tony Jones The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 2, 2012 07:41PM MDT Despite a scoreless performance in Game 1, despite 16 mostly wasted minutes and despite his struggles, forward Josh Howard aga…
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    • Jazz at practice, May 1, 2012

      Jazz at practice, May 1, 2012 The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 1, 2012 11:32AM MDT Photos from the Utah Jazz Practice during the NBA playoffs. May 1, 2012 Copyright 2012 The Salt Lake Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, …
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    • Playoff strategy keeps Jazz on move

      Playoff strategy keeps Jazz on move By Steve Luhm The Salt Lake Tribune Published Apr 30, 2012 10:07PM MDT When the NBA released the schedule for Utah’s first-round playoff series against the Spurs, coach Tyrone Corbin made an unusual decision. Instead
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    • Parker, No. 1 Spurs down Jazz in easy Game 1

      SAN ANTONIO (AP) This was not another early playoff letdown by the San Antonio Spurs . For the first time in four years, they won a series opener.
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    • Kragthorpe: Jazz must make changes to compete with Spurs

      Kragthorpe: Jazz must make changes to compete with Spurs By Kurt Kragthorpe The Salt Lake Tribune Published Apr 29, 2012 05:19PM MDT San Antonio After all of the disjointed play that everybody witnessed Sunday afternoon from the Jazz in their playoff op…
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    • Utah Jazz: Spurs romp past Jazz for 106-91 win in Game 1

      Utah Jazz: Spurs romp past Jazz for 106-91 win in Game 1 The Salt Lake Tribune Published Apr 30, 2012 07:45AM MDT San Antonio • Tony Parker burned Devin Harris. Gregg Popovich outmaneuvered Tyrone Corbin. The Spurs outmanned the Jazz. And Utah already h
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    • Scott D. Pierce: ESPN gives the Jazz a nice little pat on head

      Scott D. Pierce: ESPN gives the Jazz a nice little pat on head Published Apr 29, 2012 11:36PM MDT It almost felt like ESPN’s experts and analysts felt sorry for the Utah Jazz on Sunday. And at least a bit condescending toward them. The coverage of Game
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    • Spurs put away Jazz to snap Game 1 drought

      Tony Parker scored 28 points and the San Antonio Spurs won their first playoff opener in four years, beating the Utah Jazz 106-91 in Game 1 of their first-round series Sunday.
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    • Join our Utah Jazz vs. San Antonio Spurs playoff chat

      Join our Utah Jazz vs. San Antonio Spurs playoff chat The Salt Lake Tribune Published Apr 29, 2012 10:47AM MDT Welcome to our Utah Jazz vs. San Antonio Spurs playoff chat. Join our chat below. Copyright 2012 The Salt Lake Tribune. All rights reserved. T…
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    • Jazz v Spurs: Game 1 Video Preview

      2011-2012 Utah Jazz Medley from shandon's fan on Vimeo. All you need to get ready for Game 1 is this spectacular video by @shandonfan. If you want more, here’s a great look at the 1994 Jazz/Spurs series by @jjsportsbeat. If you’d like statistical brea
    • Monson: Jazz have mastered the art of being good

      Monson: Jazz have mastered the art of being good By Gordon Monson The Salt Lake Tribune Published Apr 28, 2012 11:30PM MDT If there’s anything the Utah Jazz have mastered through the seasons, it is this: They are good at being good. They are not so good
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  • BCS title game deja vu at Bucs camp: LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson, meet Alabama safety Mark Barron

    LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson would like to forget about the last time he shared the football field with Alabama safety Mark Barron. The Crimson Tide held Jefferson's offense to just 92 yards in a 21-0 win over the Tigers in the national champi
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  • Utah Jazz’s first half was mostly empty

    Utah Jazz’s first half was mostly empty By Kurt Kragthorpe The Salt Lake Tribune Published May 2, 2012 11:08PM MDT San Antonio • Paul Millsap ruined everything. Just when the Jazz were about to produce a seven-minute scoreless stretch to conclude Wedn
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