The Utah Jazz take another step in preparation for their hosting of All-Star Weekend with mid-game celebration former stars in tonight’s Philadelphia 76er matchup
Rudy Gobert returns to Utah for the first time since the mega trade of the offseason that sent him to Minnesota. It’s sure to be a great night welcoming back one of the greats in Jazz history.
Mike Conley will be back sooner than expected and it’s great news for the Utah Jazz
Tonight the Jazz take on a Spurs team who have similar aspirations this season: lose a generous amount of games. We’ll be watching for how the new-look squads fare against each other.
Game 6 at home will feature Donovan Mitchell for sure
In a weird way does this help the Jazz?
It’s looking like the Jazz main threat may be Jalen Bruonson again
The Jazz have another to play the Mavericks without Doncic
Utah’s primary offseason pickup, Rudy Gay, is trending toward his season debut but let’s check expectations
Our heads were spinning trying to follow all the Woj and Shams notifications about Health & Safety Protocols, so we tracked them.
Bojan Bogdanovic could miss the remainder of the season—if there’s a season.
Mike Conley’s absence exacerbates Utah’s already underperforming bench unit.
It turns out that this road trip’s rock bottom had a shovel.
IT IS (almost) TIME.
Tony Bradley is the next man up. Is he ready?
The Clippers beat LA without PG so can Utah do so without Bogey?
Bojan went to the locker room on his own but looked to be in a lot of pain.
The Bo-Joe Show is a go, though.
It feels like we’ve written this before ... actually we have.
It makes more sense for Dante Exum to re-debut at home against Dallas on Saturday rather than on the road on Friday.
Exum Island to remain closed until after All-Star Game
Spida’s spectacular January is probably due to good health.
Utah’s remaining injured players are one week away from being one week away.
The Utah Jazz might actually have one (almost) healthy point guard!