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Utah Jazz Podcast: Should Utah Sell High and Trade Carlos Boozer?

December 17th, 2009
To listen to the Utah Jazz Podcast click here . (Or download the podcast by right-clicking and selecting save link as.) Here is an outline of what hosts Jake Stowell and Mark Welling talk about in this week's podcast. The problems the Jazz have had against the Minnesota Timberwolves. The log jam at the ...

Utah Jazz First Quarter Report Card: Can The Jazz Be an Elite NBA Team?

December 16th, 2009
The Jazz's regular season is already a quarter done.  It is time to pass out first quarter grades to Jazz players, coaches, and management.    Deron Williams Williams is playing like an All-Star, again.  It is hard to think that Williams has yet to go to an All-Star game in his career.  From ...

Matt Harpring’s Work On Utah Jazz Broadcasts a Holiday Gift For NBA Fans

December 9th, 2009
It is tough to see Matt Harpring back at Jazz games, but not on the court.  Harpring, after announcing his quasi-retirement (he announced he will not return this season and indicated that he would be unlikely to return in the future, but he has not made his retirement official), has ...

Utah Jazz’ Happy Problem: Finding Minutes For Wesley Matthews

December 3rd, 2009
  If you are any kind of athlete you like to be able to point to some statistic in order to prove your worth.  The ability for an athlete to be able to point to something tangible leads to an athlete getting millions of dollars worth of contracts. New Jazz man Wesley ...

Utah Jazz Podcast: Unselfish Basketball Reason For Jazz’ New Success

November 23rd, 2009
To listen to the Utah Jazz Podcast click here . (Or download the podcast by right-clicking and selecting save link as.) Here is an outline of what hosts Jake Stowell, Mark Welling, and special guest Matt Stowell talk about in this week's podcast. The Jazz finally beat San Antonio, in San Antonio, for ...

How the Utah Jazz Play in Homestand Will Make or Break Their Season

November 18th, 2009
The phrase “do or die” is too often attached to games early in the NBA season.  Yet, for the Utah Jazz the upcoming homestand will really decide just how far they will go this season.  The Western Conference is too good this year for a mediocre team to slip into the ...

Utah Jazz Podcast: Are the Jazz Playing Better Without Deron Williams?

November 16th, 2009
To listen to the Utah Jazz Podcast click here . (Or download the podcast by right-clicking and selecting save link as.) Jake Stowell and Mark Welling welcome in friend of the program and life-long Jazz fan Kenny Rawlins.   Here is an outline of what hosts Jake Stowell, Mark Welling, and special guest ...

Byron Scott’s Dismissal Shows Why Jazz & Spurs Have Long-Term Success

November 13th, 2009
  There are a few glaring problems with the modern NBA which are now very common throughout the league.  The officials are extremely inconsistent, the arenas throughout the league are looking emptier, and teams will fire their coaches after minor losing slumps.  The New Orleans Hornets have continued a very impractical practice ...

Utah Jazz Podcast—Jazz Need to Trade Carlos Boozer Now!

November 10th, 2009
To listen to the Utah Jazz Podcast click here . (Or download the podcast by right-clicking and selecting save link as.) Here is an outline of what hosts Jake Stowell and Mark Welling talk about in this week's podcast. What is wrong with the Utah Jazz? Is Deron Williams playing within the Jazz system? Does ...