Utah Jazz Player Analysis
The upside is real for this Jazz rookie
An underrated performance that needs to be talked about more
And who will be the next player to get a jersey in the rafters?
The Utah Jazz have a lot of variance built into their team that could have them placed in the mid-lottery again or vying for a late playoff spot. We break down the biggest difference makers.
He won’t be, but he should.
Improved play of Samanic deserves some appreciation
Starting your stars is the best thing to do
Jordan Clarkson’s decision to opt-in to his final year and extend with the team. Based off reported details, that looks to be great value for the Jazz now and in the future.
Much has been made of John Collins finger injury, inability to shoot from the 3, and poor season last year. We contextualize it all in an attempt to check our own biases.
Is it a good idea for the Jazz to sign Dillon Brooks?
The rookie is starting to get his deserved recognition
Utah’s young core in Markkanen and Kessler benefit tremendously from talented passers and the Jazz would do well to make such a priority during the upcoming draft.
As expected, Markkanen’s All-Star bid will be reliant on the coaches.
He’s having the regular ups and downs most rookies have, but the ups have been really promising
SIG Sports will provide shirts for five winners!
Clarkson getting to the line for three free throws has saved the Jazz multiple times. How is he doing it so often?
Collin Sexton has a lot he can learn from Mike Conley
Jarred Vanderbilt’s game poses intriguing upside but requires intentional deployment for the best results which leaves a big question mark for the Utah Jazz
SLC Dunk Podcast: Walker Kessler is good, Jordan Clarkson was fined, and Jarred Vanderbilt is hitting threes
The SLC Dunk Podcast returns with a discussion on current Utah Jazz storylines