Yippee the Utah Jazz beat the Los Angeles Lakers 80-73 last night! It was not a pretty game but a win is a win. Its good for the Jazz to learn how to win ugly games, especially on the road. So good job Jazz.
I wonder what this guy is up to after the Lakers loss.
Its March Madness and the Jazz got into some TBT action yesterday
What are your best memories of a Jazz player in March Madness?
Grantland wrote another great article about the Jazz and their amazing play since the All-Star break. It has great quotes from Quin Snyder. It talks about Rudy Gobert. It also brings up the steady play of Derrick Favors. Read it here.
Two quick paragraphs from the article. Go read the rest.
What do you think are the reasons for the Jazz's good play of late (minus these last two ugly games)? Defense of course but what else? anything else?
Randy Rigby went on 1280 to talk about Greg Miller's resignation. He confirmed that this action will not influence the Jazz in anyway. Transcripts via Moni
Let me assure our fan base in a major way. This, i–the moves have ha–that happened today, will have no effect on the Utah Jazz. The Miller family is in control, and will remain in control, of the Utah Jazz. They will continue to run the Utah Jazz, and the other entities.
And this made me smile. As the biggest Jazz fan and someone who would LOVE an autographed ball from the Jazz but this still made me giggle:
Autographed Jazz basketballs >>> Millions of dollars
Our brand, our name, reaches across the world. The governor, when he went and visited some of the key government positions in China, he gave them an au–I got him some autographed basketballs. He said, “We could’ve given them millions of dollars and it wouldn’t have meant more to them than receiving that autographed NBA Jazz basketball.”
For more of Randy's interview go to Moni's fantastic blog.
So the Shums put this out on Twitter and I am sharing it here. Please answer in the comment section
here is a question for you, twitter dot com: what animal would your patronus be, because mine would be a huge bear, because bears are great— Layton Shumway (@theshums) March 18, 2015
And also what would our current Jazz players and former Jazz player patronuses be?