Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "LeBron James lost his head(band). That actually worked out quite well. He then lost his balance, and that created concern with the Indiana Pacers up next for the Miami Heat. Evoking the same type of headband-less ire that sparked him during Game 6 of last season's NBA Finals against the San..." December 17
San Antonio Express-News "Summing it up The Spurs (19-4) needed some time to warm up Saturday in Utah. Once they did, it was no contest as they blew out to a double-digit lead midway through second quarter and cruised. The Jazz (6-20), bringing up the rear in the Western Conference, never got closer than nine over the..." December 15
The Deseret News "PSSSSSsssssss…… That was the sound of the fizz being taken out of the Pepsi Center by the Utah Jazz when they flattened the Denver Nuggets 103-93 on Friday night. It might be even easier to hear the sound of confidence being pumped into this Jazz team, which vaulted out of the bottom spot in..." December 14
Salt Lake Tribune "The first time it was his head, the second was his head coach. Brandon Rush’s comeback from a knee injury that ended his season almost as soon as it got going last year has been complicated. After making his return against the Brooklyn Nets in early November, Rush put himself back on the bench..." December 13
SNY TV "The way Jim Boeheim sees it, none of the heralded freshmen across the American college basketball landscape are worth tanking for. “There’s no player that’s out there on the horizon that’s a Tim Duncan or a LeBron James,” the Hall of Fame Syracuse coach told SNY.tv by phone Thursday. “I’ve..." December 13
Salt Lake Tribune "In the locker room before the game, players were watching the play develop on a TV — time winding down, up three, a bounce pass to an open shooter — talking through the mistakes they made allowing Kings rookie Ben McLemore to hit the shot that forced overtime last week in Utah, a game the Jazz let..." December 12
Jazz will have Marvin Williams and Derrick Favors. No new Kings tonight.
USA Today "Addressing the NBA's weak Eastern Conference on Sirius XM Radio's new NBA channel, deputy commissioner Adam Silver said Monday the league's competition committee will examine if divisions have outlived their usefulness. "One thing I have learned from David (Stern) over all those years ... is..." December 10
Oregonian "As the Trail Blazers were finishing off their 105-94 victory over Utah at EnergySolutions Arena on Monday, there was a ruckus behind their bench. A heavily-bearded fan, wearing Blazers gear, was being restrained by a security guard as he tried to get closer to Portland’s bench. The chaotic..." December 10
Sactown Royalty "DeMarcus Cousins could not be stopped as the Sacramento Kings ended their six-game losing streak by beating the Utah Jazz 112-102 in overtime. Cousins scored 28 points on 10-15 shooting with six rebounds, three blocks and two steals. Isaiah Thomas added 26 points on 8-14 shooting with eight..." December 08
No Derrick Favors tonight. He's got a sore lower back. Marvin Williams (heel) is also out.
CSN Northwest "The Portland Trail Blazers (17-3) extend their winning streak to four with a convincing 130-98 win over the Utah Jazz (4-17) at the Moda Center Friday night. Wesley Matthews led all scores with 24 points on eight-of-11 from the field. Damian Lillard scored all 21 of his points in the first..." December 07
Salt Lake Tribune "Derrick Favors’ defense earned him the payday. The Utah Jazz made no bones about that in October, when they signed the fourth-year big man to a four-year, $49 million extension. As general manager Dennis Lindsey tries to build a winner in Salt Lake City, Favors, a 6-foot-10, athletic rim..." December 06
Grantland "Part 3 To honor the great Larry Bird, Bill and Jalen have decided to do a leaguewide wrap-up every 33 days, or, as they call it, every Birdmester. In this episode — Part 3 of our video series — Bill and Jalen praise the funniest YouTube video, the biggest media-created controversy, the most..." December 06
Grantland "Bill and Jalen are back! To honor the great Larry Bird, Bill and Jalen have decided to do a league-wide wrap-up every 33 days — or, as they call it, every Birdmester. In their first episode, they crown the best team in the league, the best tanking performance thus far, the league’s least valuable..." December 05
Indianapolis Star "For as much as Paul George wants to united with his teammates, he longs to feel separated. Not from his Indiana Pacers. No, George will take high-profile national interview requests and ask to bring his friends along. George wants to be known as a man apart amongst his peers. Detached from..." December 05
Jazz forward Marvin Williams has inflammation in his surgically repaired right heel. He is doubtful tonight vs. Pacers.
Jeremy Evans (stomach flu) & Marvin Williams (calcaneal inflammation, right foot) are out. Ian Clark & Mike Harris are active. #INDatUTA
Salt Lake Tribune "By the time Francisco Garcia found some space behind the arc, and buried a 3-pointer late in the first half Monday night at EnergySolutions Arena, the Rockets had completely negated one of the Utah Jazz’s best quarters of the season. The team’s hot shooting and 36 first-quarter points were..." December 03
Salt Lake Tribune "For Ty Corbin, the meeting Friday night with his friend and former assistant was "bittersweet." After all, Jeff Hornacek had just come into his old stomping grounds and soundly stomped the Utah Jazz. One night later, there was nothing bitter about it. "It feels better," Corbin said after his..." December 01
Bright Side Of The Sun "The Jazz put up a fight both early and late, but the Suns were simply the better team and that played out over the course of the full 48 minutes. The result was a 112-101 win by the Suns as Eric Bledsoe returned to the court after missing the last six games. The Suns got off to a slow start,..." November 30
CBSSports.com "Agents and executives predict this will be a very active trade season in the NBA, for obvious reasons. As the standings begin to sort themselves out, the calendar marches along and injuries mount, the usual trigger points for deals will intensify. In addition to the contenders looking to..." November 29
Jazz C Enes Kanter is ready to go tonight on his sprained ankle. "I talked to the trainer and said I'm going to play."
Jazz had all 15 players practice today, the team says. Has to be the first time all year. Kanter is a game-time decision tomorrow vs. Suns.
Andris Biedrins and Brandon Rush will both practice today. Enes Kanter will get treatment on his sprained ankle.
The latest ankle news: Enes Kanter won't practice today. Andris Biedrins will get his first practice in since his injury.
Salt Lake Tribune "With the basketball gods providing them nearly every advantage, the Jazz won their second game of the season Monday night at EnergySolutions Arena. Barely. Marvin Williams scored 17 points, Gordon Hayward contributed a 15-point, 12-assist double-double and rookie Trey Burke hit the game’s..." November 26
Enes Kanter said his ankle doesn't hurt too bad: "I'm hoping to play Friday."
Buzz from Mohegan Sun event over the weekend where #Twolves GM Milt Newton was: D-Will trade is close. Utah, Sac. NYK, Nets possible.
X-rays performed on Enes Kanter's right ankle were negative. He has a right ankle sprain and will be re-evaluated Monday morning.
The Oklahoman "Kevin Durant sat out the final 14 minutes. Serge Ibaka rested the whole fourth quarter. Russell Westbrook took the entire night off. The 1-14 Utah Jazz came to town on Sunday night, looking every bit the part, and the Thunder acted accordingly, sprinting out to an early cushion and..." November 25
Bright Side Of The Sun "A year after the Suns made a max offer to Eric Gordon, which was quickly matched by New Orleans, the Phoenix Suns are "reportedly" planning to overpay Utah SF Gordon Hayward next summer. First of all, make what you will of a rumor like this. It's just a tweet and those are free - and don't need..." November 24
Salt Lake Tribune "After losing 13 times in 14 games, Ty Corbin may be looking to shake up his starting five. "Everything’s open right now," the Utah Jazz coach said Saturday. The Jazz were atrocious to start Friday’s game in Dallas, falling behind by 28 points against the Mavericks before mounting a comeback..." November 24
SB Nation "Utah Jazz rookie point guard Trey Burke will start his first NBA game Sunday against the Oklahoma City Thunder, reports the Deseret News' Jody Genessy. Burke missed the first 12 games of the season while recovering from surgery that repaired a broken finger, but he has come off the bench in his..." November 24
Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin considering starting Trey Burke, Gordon Hayward, Richard Jefferson, Marvin Williams and Derrick Favors on Sunday.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "That game in the rocky mile-high air in Denver tonight just got a tad tougher for the Dallas Mavericks because they failed to take care of business Friday night against the Utah Jazz. The Mavs were up 28 points on Utah in the second period and seemed to be in control. But the Jazz regrouped and..." November 23
Gordon Hayward has a right knee cap contusion. #Jazz say he is game-time decision for tonight.
Corbin hopes to have Trey Burke play in each quarter and finish quarters if possible
Salt Lake Tribune "There were only about 30 seconds left to go before the worst shooting night of his career would be over, and Utah Jazz swingman Gordon Hayward wanted to be the guy to inbound the ball, to try to find a teammate for a basket. Richard Jefferson stopped him and called a play. "I made him go to..." November 22
Gordon Hayward not practicing with team. He has a bruised right knee cap and is getting treatment. Game-time decision Friday.
Trey Burke's surgically repaired finger is a bit sore, but he feels good. Corbin hopes rookie's time limitation will be increased Friday.
New Orleans Times-Picayune "In a season where the New Orleans Pelicans already have had their low points, forward Anthony Davis didn’t want to experience another one against the struggling Utah Jazz. After blowing a 16-point lead in an embarrassing road loss last week to the Jazz, the Pelicans corrected their flaws to..." November 21
Jeremy Evans will also play tonight.
NBA.com "The following is a medical update on Utah Jazz forward Marvin Williams, who suffered a fractured nose during the first half of the Jazz’s November 15 game vs. San Antonio and has played in each of the two subsequent Jazz games: Williams did not accompany the team Tuesday to New Orleans,..." November 20
Trey Burke: "I'm ready to go." He'll make his NBA debut tonight for Jazz at New Orleans. pic.twitter.com/q4WBISxDUb
Both Trey Burke and Jeremy Evans participated full speed in practice today. Both remain out tomorrow for the game at New Orleans.
Marvin Williams will not play Wednesday. Staying in Salt Lake to have his broken nose re-set. Played last two games with it.
Jazz PG Trey Burke will participate in part of practice Tuesday with some contact. Coach Corbin said he's encouraged by Burke's progress.
San Francisco Chronicle "The Warriors already knew they could find ways to win when their sharpshooting backcourt had one of those rare off nights. On Monday, they discovered that they could find a way to blow out an opponent even with Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson a bit cold from the floor. The Warriors' defense..." November 19
Jazz F Jeremy Evans will go through a practice Tuesday.