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Utah Jazz try to put an end to road skid

Utah Jazz try to put an end to road skid

sltrib.com yahoo.com ESPN.com Updated Nov 8, 2012
Utah Jazz try to put an end to road skid by Bill Oram The Salt Lake Tribune Published Nov 8, 2012 06:00PM MDT Denver • The sample size is small. In election parlance, only about 5 percent of precincts are reporting. But in the early season for the Utah
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  • An Angry Lakers Fan Reportedly Pepper-Sprayed A Jazz Fan

    An Angry Lakers Fan Reportedly Pepper-Sprayed A Jazz Fan

    deadspin.com Nov 8, 2012
    At some point during last night's Lakers-Jazz game, two Jazz fans and two Lakers fans were involved a confrontation that went from trash talking and threats to someone reportedly getting pepper-sprayed outside the arena. More »
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  • Utah Jazz: Kosta Koufos grows into starting role in Denver

    Utah Jazz: Kosta Koufos grows into starting role in Denver

    sltrib.com Nov 8, 2012
    Utah Jazz: Kosta Koufos grows into starting role in Denver by Bill Oram The Salt Lake Tribune Published Nov 8, 2012 04:54PM MDT Denver • Kosta Koufos took a long, circuitous route to NBA relevance. The onetime Jazz first-rounder has gone from a frequent
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  • Ex-Pistons, Jazz big man Okur retires at 33

    Ex-Pistons, Jazz big man Okur retires at 33

    ESPN.com sltrib.com Nov 8, 2012
    Former NBA big man Mehmet Okur announced his retirement from basketball on Wednesday at the age of 33.
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  • Kobe Bryant stares and seethes as Lakers lose to Jazz, drop to …

    Kobe Bryant stares and seethes as Lakers lose to Jazz, drop to 1-4 (VIDEO)

    yahoo.com Nov 8, 2012
    Kobe Bryant can tell us to shut up and be patient all he wants, but the eyes, like the ball, don't lie - the All-Star shooting guard is losing patience himself, as evidenced by the daggers he shot from the bench with his Los Angeles Lakers in the final
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  • Pierce: Watching sports on TV is paid privilege, not a right

    Pierce: Watching sports on TV is paid privilege, not a right

    sltrib.com Nov 8, 2012
    Pierce: Watching sports on TV is paid privilege, not a right by Scott D. Pierce The Salt Lake Tribune Published Nov 8, 2012 11:02AM MDT This may come as a surprise to some sports fan, but there’s nothing in the U.S. Constitution that guarantees the righ
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  • Lakers' Jim Buss says he's confident in Brown

    Lakers' Jim Buss says he's confident in Brown

    ESPN.com Nov 8, 2012
    After watching the Los Angeles Lakers drop to 1-4 on the season with a 95-86 loss to the Utah Jazz on Wednesday night, Lakers executive vice president Jim Buss was not a happy man.
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  • Indiana Pulls Off An Embarrassing Loss; The Lakers Lose Again &…

    Indiana Pulls Off An Embarrassing Loss; The Lakers Lose Again & Are In Serious Trouble

    dimemag.com Nov 8, 2012
    We don’t often lead Smack with the Pacers, but what transpired in Atlanta last night was too depressing not to. We found out yesterday morning that Danny Granger is now going to miss three months of action, and for Indiana, that’s a major loss. It sho
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  • About Last Night: New Lakers Dynasty Postponed

    About Last Night: New Lakers Dynasty Postponed

    grantland.com Nov 8, 2012
    In case you were out living a life of leisure, here's what you missed in sports on Wednesday. Randy Foye hit five 3-pointers to lead the Jazz to a 9...
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Sports Columnists

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    Nov 8
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    Nov 8
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