The Charlotte Hornets (and Utah Jazz, if they match) are gambling that what we saw from Gordon Hayward last year wasn't his true performance level.
The Utah Jazz will likely match the offer sheet from the Charlotte Hornets signed by Gordon Hayward. But why? And should they?
The Utah Jazz could, potentially, make a splash next season by going on their own unlikely, Phoenix Suns-like run. Or they could trip, fall, bang their heads, forget where they are heading and find themselves right back here, where the grass grows at a snail-like pace.
Gordon Hayward's cure for shooting slumps and writer's block
There were 12 games last night, so this will be a longer edition of this post because we have a lot to discuss. So stick with me.
First of all, there was the Duel on the Salt Lake (this is what
Looking over last night's schedule, everyone assumed the match-up between the Houston Rockets and Utah Jazz would be a fairly boring one. It just made sense. The Rockets are one of the better team's in
It's time for some fun with the SportVU player tracking data! Which players have the most assist opportunities per game, and which of those players see the largest percentage of those passes lead to made baskets?
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Here's a new feature we're trying out at the Ol' Paroxysm. It's called Fantasy Fiction. One writer, Kyle Soppe, gives you a fantasy basketball update for the week--who's
We've talked about it here more than a few times, and it's been written about almost ad nauseam that the Jazz have turned the franchise over to the likes of Gordon Hayward, Derrick Favors and Enes Kanter.
After some drama (and by ‘drama’ I mean that I found myself shouting at the television when they announced that the Utah Jazz had a top three pick but then cut to commercial: “Seriously?!? Who do you think you are? Dancing with the Stars?!? You’re not Dancing with the Stars! TELL ME THE DRAFT ORDER!!)
We now have the official draft order for the upcoming NBA Draft:
- Cleveland Cavaliers
- Minnesota Timberwolves
- Utah Jazz