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Irving and Barnes to the Jazz!!

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Irving and Barnes to the Jazz!!

If Kirilenko's time winding down, he's content

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Brian T Smith writes AK's time in Utah. It reads as if AK is already gone. Does Smith know something we don't? Seems premature to write this kind of article

Ante Tomic's Big Week

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Real Madrid is set to decide its EuroLeague's Final Four fate and meet Regal F Barcelona this week. There’s no doubt that to survive it and come out with the most positive of the outcomes, Real Madrid will live and die by Ante Tomic. And it’s his time to prove he’s up for the challenge.

An Encounter With Kyle Korver

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A funny reminiscence of a brief encounter with Kyle Korver

Falling is Like This

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There are glimmers of hope for the team’s future. Derrick Favors has shown signs of life in games against the Knicks and the Timberwolves, Jeremy Evans and Gordon Hayward have had solid performances on occasion, and Al Jefferson and C.J. Miles have emerged as guys on the rise.

Okay, things are looking bad for our team right now. To be more accurate, things have been looking...

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Okay, things are looking bad for our team right now. To be more accurate, things have been looking bad for a few months now. Waiting this season out is not fun, especially for a fanbase that's used to winning. We have a lot to look forward to though. And we have a very strong past to remember fondly. This year will just be a bump in the road. Anyway, enjoy some vintage Mailman (who dunks harder than Blake Griff)

An Ode to Greg Ostertag

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A poignant, comical recollection of the great Mr. Ostertag

Whats up Jazz fans? I'm a writer/illustrator over at Bright Side of the Sun and am currently doing...

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Whats up Jazz fans? I'm a writer/illustrator over at Bright Side of the Sun and am currently doing a project where I am doing 30 illustrations (1 player from each of the 30 NBA teams) over 30 days. Day 19 features your own Al Jefferson and I thought I'd share it with you. Feel free to visit and check out this and more as well as follow the project. Comments are welcome and appreciated. -Dustin