Thank you for coming back and started your day with us here at Purple and Blues. Today’s edition of the “Morning Jazz”, where we bring you all the best Jazz content from around the web, can be found below.
As this Jazz season is beginning to finally come to a close, most Jazz fans have been very frustrated with the progress, or lack of progress that this team has made. The Jazz players have vowed to finish the season strong, but the losses are begging to wear on them. A lot of Jazz fans know that this season was going to have a lot of losses in their record, but as mentioned, they wanted to see improvements in the team. This season has been anything but as the Jazz rank dead last in defensive efficiency. With only four games left, it won’t be about getting a win, but about finishing strong and playing hard. (via SaltLakeTribune.com)
The Utah Jazz, along with all the other teams in the NBA, do a lot for their community. The Jazz do a lot to try and raise money, do charity drives, and earlier this year, fed the homeless before Thanksgiving. In their most recent act, the Jazz and Mountain America Credit Union “Pass it along” to Huntsman Cancer Research Foundation. The Jazz and Mountain America Credit Union have teamed up and donated $30,000 to the foundation. More information on the story can be found on the Jazz official website. (via UtahJazz.com)
Last week, we did an article on the top draft prospects that were playing in the National Championship. Over at the Examiner, they just put up an article on the top five draft prospects of the whole NCAA tournament. There were quite a few guys who had impressive performances throughout the tournament, but there was the list of the following five guys that left an impression a little more than others. (via Examiner.com)
A lot of Jazz fans, including myself, can get really wrapped up in the Jazz and how the season plays out for them. Sometimes what a lot of people forget, is that the outcome of the Jazz’s season doesn’t determine our fate. We still will get up and go to work tomorrow even if the Jazz lose the night before. The married couple that wrote this article, gives their opinion on the subject. (via DavisClipper.com)
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