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Utah Jazz: Starting big men back on track heading into busy wee…

Utah Jazz: Starting big men back on track heading into busy week

sltrib.com Updated Jan 27, 2013
Utah Jazz: Starting big men back on track heading into busy week by Bill Oram The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 27, 2013 05:21PM MDT While the frontcourt of the future is sitting on the bench, waiting for some sort of personnel move to free them from …
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  • Utah Jazz top Indiana Pacers in overtime

    Utah Jazz top Indiana Pacers in overtime

    sltrib.com Jan 27, 2013
    Utah Jazz top Indiana Pacers in overtime by Bill Oram The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 26, 2013 11:39PM MDT By the time David West wrapped his arms around Gordon Hayward to foul him with a giant hug, the Jazz guard probably needed one. In what was ju…
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  • Utah Jazz get huge lift from Earl Watson in overtime

    Utah Jazz get huge lift from Earl Watson in overtime

    sltrib.com Jan 27, 2013
    Utah Jazz get huge lift from Earl Watson in overtime by Steve Luhm The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 26, 2013 11:17PM MDT Utah Jazz point guard Earl Watson hasn’t started any games this season. Watson helped finished Indiana, however, with a poised an
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Sports Columnists

  • Ian Thomsen: Celtics spoil Allen's return, must regroup after losing Rondo

    Jan 27
    BOSTON -- A roar went up for Rajon Rondo in the second overtime of what his teammates hoped would be their breakthrough win of this troubled season. Rondo was sitting in a corner of the arena near the players' exit in his winter coat with a scarf around…
  • Adande: Kobe Bryant brings a new approach to floundering franchise

    Jan 27
    With Kobe Bryant channeling his inner Magic Johnson, have the Lakers found the right formula? Or is this fancy passing just a passing fancy? J.A. Adande explores.
  • Daily Dime: Don't bury Rondo-less Celtics

    Jan 27
    Bring out the skepticism, the trade rumors and the shovels. But don't assume the Celtics to change who they've become even with the Rondo loss, Brian Windhorst writes.