• Utah Jazz: Marvin Williams a vital presence for young Jazz

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 28, 2014
    Marvin Williams chats with Utah Jazz shooting guard Gordon Hayward during a break in the action, in NBA action, Utah Jazz vs. I think perhaps more impressive was the Jazz’s offense coming out of the gate: the Jazz’s ball movement was much improved to begin the game. That was the difference: the Jazz went into the 4th quarter with a 9 point lead, but Memphis shut them down offensively with just 16 points in the quarter. The Jazz actually lost two draft slots via the lottery, falling to No. 6, before a draft-day trade enabled them to pick Deron Williams at No. 3. It matters little to Williams that his name hasn’t been among them of late. He also battled with Zach Randolph, denying him preferred low post position for the majority of the game.1 Favors acknowledged the turnaround, saying “On Monday I played a terrible game.
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    • The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Jazz vs. Grizzlies 3/26/2014

      The Jazz got several easy baskets to begin the game, including this dunk by Enes Kanter. (Photo by Melissa Majchrzak/NBAE via Getty Images) 1. Memphis allowed just 7 points in the last 7 minutes of the game. That was the difference: the Jazz went into t…
  • Kragthorpe: Utah Jazz threatening this century’s low point

    As the Jazz play the last 10 games of one of the worst seasons in the 40-year franchise history, I’m intrigued by the comparison to 2004-05, the team’s other horrible season of this century. What’s similar: The market’s apparent acceptance of the poor p…
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