On this week’s show, we analyze the hiring of Quin Snyder. What does he do with Xs and Os that makes him a smart coach? Ben Dowsett has been breaking down film from Snyder’s time in Missouri and ...
What began as just the latest in a series of euphemisms and code words being used to describe the Utah Jazz’s summer of discontent is now an epitaph carved into the stone where an era of Jazz ...
When Dennis Lindsey was hired in San Antonio in 2007, he was concerned about Quin Snyder as coach of the NBA D-League’s Austin Toros. “(Spurs general manager) RC (Buford) asked what I thought relative ...
With a budding player in Rodney Hood, another lottery draft pick, plenty of cap space, and rumors of Jazz intending to be very active in trade talks, it begs the question: Is Alec Burks on the trading ...
Within a matter of days, the NBA saw two all-time greats ride off into the sunset. After tremendous careers spanning parts of three decades, Grant Hill and Jason Kidd announced their retirements. The ...
The basketball gods have clearly decided that this Finals matchup lacks the proper amount of intrigue, throwing us a curveball in what was already a doozy of a ballgame. We’re going sticky Band-Aid ...
Joe Ingles is arguably the greatest Jazz man to ever play in Salt Lake. Perhaps that’s a bit hyperbolic, but Ingles has become a revered figure, a perfect staple in the Utah Jazz culture and ...
So the last 365 days gained the Jazz no playoffs, no 26th win, no compensation for the loss of Al Jefferson or Paul Millsap, no coach of the future, no emergent star from the young core, and no top ...
The misinformation continually fueled by clickbait factories and their bands of trolls has created a monumental gap between fan perception of Rudy Gobert and Rudy Gobert’s reality. It’s ironic that in ...
Two drastically different defenders have emerged as frontrunners for this year’s Defensive Player of the Year award. Ben Simmons is an elite, versatile defender who locks down opposing teams’ best ...
After all the attention given to the now-infamous video of John Stockton and Jim Nantz in a hot tub during Stockton’s rookie season, it’s only right to follow up with this career montage based on ...
Throughout the season, the areas of opportunity for the Utah Jazz became more and more clear. The first-round playoff loss to the Rockets magnified some of those needs, as I wrote earlier this month.