Utah Jazz Around The Web

Here are some articles or clips that everyone should read around the web that are currently talking about the Utah Jazz with a link that you can click on to find what else they are talking about:

“Rudy Gobert, Jazz OK, he’s No. 6 and is a longer shot than a mule winning the Kentucky Derby. But give me a personal indulgence after watching the 7-foot-2 Frenchman with the 7-foot-9 wingspan and 9-foot-7 reach — that’s five inches below the rim — swat down everything that came into his airspace in the Orlando Summer League. He’s raw and must bulk up to eventually thrive in the NBA. But he’s only 21 and defensively has a nose for the ball that says he’s going after every shot. Of course, the shot-blocking Gobert will get time sparingly this season, but I’m telling you he’ll be fun to watch whenever he’s on the floor. Besides, you’ve got to love a guy who’s already picked up a classic nickname — the Stifle Tower.” -Found on the NBA Hangtime blog by Fran Blinebury

“The 2013-14 Utah Jazz will play 41 (at least) games at the EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Late City, Utah this year. The squad will not be homeless during the season. But very few guys make their full-season home in Utah. We don’t really need to be worried about this though, where you file (or don’t file in the case of our coaching staff) your taxes doesn’t mean you are any more or less loyal to the franchise. Sure, it’s a nice sign when a player buys a big house and lives in the #801 all year long — but we Jazz fans shouldn’t be threatened if a guy does not…” Read more here at SLC Dunk on SB Nation by @AllthatAmar

“Upon returning from Team USA’s minicamp in Las Vegas, Derrick Favors bought a house in the mountains above his NBA workplace this past weekend.  The largest purchase of the 22-year-old’s life included his only two must-have amenities: a finished basement and a movie theater.  It also has plenty of room for his pit bull, Gotti, to roam free.” Fantastic Article by Jody Genessy at Deseret News

“Utah knew what it was doing when it waved goodbye to Jefferson and Millsap and facilitated the Golden State Warriors’ salary-dumping extravaganza. The Jazz were actively getting worse with the hope that they could get better later on.” Jazz prediction by Bleacher Report’s Dan Favale

 

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