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  • Harden's 29 Powers Rockets Past Jazz

    James Harden scores 29 points to propel the Rockets past the Utah Jazz.
    8 Dec @ 9AM

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  • Burks scores 27, Jazz run away from Wizards 116-69

    The Utah Jazz looked lottery bound two weeks ago after losing 8 of 10. Alec Burks scored 27 points for his third straight game with 20 or more, and the Jazz blew out the Wizards 116-69 on Monday night. 'We played really well,' Jazz coach Quin Snyder said.
    5 Dec @ 6AM

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  • Jazz aim for sixth straight win in meeting vs. Wizards

    The Utah Jazz are going off script and finding ways to win even while Rodney Hood (ankle) and Rudy Gobert (knee) remain sidelined with injuries. Utah has won five straight and six of its last seven and looks to get another win Monday when it hosts the Washington Wizards. The Jazz are embracing the challenge ahead.
    4 Dec @ 4AM

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  • Watch Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell score 41 against Pelicans

    Rookie Donovan Mitchell couldn’t hold back a wide, toothy smile as Utah Jazz fans chanted his name and gave an ovation that lasted for minutes after a win over the New Orleans Pelicans. Mitchell scored a career-high 41 points and powered the Jazz’s fourth-quarter rally in a 114-108 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday night. The No. 13 overall draft pick set the Jazz scoring record for a rookie and became the first NBA rookie to score 40 points in a game since Blake Griffin in 2011.
    2 Dec @ 6PM

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  • Mitchell scores career-high 41, Jazz beat Pelicans 114-108

    Rookie Donovan Mitchell couldn't hold back a wide, toothy smile as Utah Jazz fans chanted his name and gave an ovation that lasted for minutes after a win over the New Orleans Pelicans. Mitchell scored a career-high 41 points and powered the Jazz's fourth-quarter rally in a 114-108 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday night. The No. 13 overall draft pick set the Jazz scoring record for a rookie and became the first NBA rookie to score 40 points in a game since Blake Griffin in 2011.
    2 Dec @ 10AM

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  • Donovan Mitchell Drops 41 Points in Win Against the Pelicans

    Donovan Mitchell has been among the more exciting rookies to watch this season and is regularly one of the main reasons to turn on the Utah Jazz—if you have League Pass and don't live in the area—to catch one of his incredible dunks like this one.
    2 Dec @ 9AM

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  • Derrick Favors amid career resurgence: 'Don't write me off just yet'

    Derrick Favors throws one down against the Nuggets on Tuesday. Derrick Favors waited for his Utah Jazz career to align again, a combination of fluctuating minutes, an evolving role and injuries presenting numerous challenges. Through nine games in place of Gobert, Favors has averaged 16.8 points, 8.8 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.8 blocks.
    1 Dec @ 1AM

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  • Fan claims University of Utah, local bank, stiffed him out of $5,000 for half-court shot

    A University of Utah fan is claiming that the school and Mountain America Credit Union stiffed him out of a $5,000 dollar prize for making a half-court shot. Charlie Caine made the promotional half-court shot during the second half of Utah’s home game against Eastern Washington on Friday. Making that half-court shot usually means a $5,000 prize.
    25 Nov @ 5PM

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  • GAME RECAP: Jazz 125, Magic 85

    The Utah Jazz breaks their three-game losing streak behind Rodney Hood's 31 points to beat the Magic, 125-85.
    19 Nov @ 5PM

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  • How the Utah Jazz will have to make due in Rudy Gobert's absence

    The Utah Jazz are spiraling after losing four of their last five and their descent may have developed a steeper angle after Rudy Gobert’s right knee contusion was rediagnosed as a bone bruise. As a result, the Jazz will be without their interior security guard for the next four-to-six weeks. Gobert’s injury stems from a collision with Dion Waiters, or rather, Waiters crashing into Gobert’s parked knees in the third quarter as Waiters lost his balance trying to corral a loose ball on Friday night.
    13 Nov @ 6PM

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