Utah Jazz Re-Discovering the Three-Point Weapon

March 7th, 2010 by TIM PETERSON Leave a reply »

For 22 years now, Jerry Sloan’s predictable but ever-effective pick-and-roll offense has been the mainstay of Utah Jazz basketball.

From the Stockton-Malone era, right on through to the new regime of Williams and Boozer, this hard-nosed brand of basketball is deadly when executed correctly.


But times, they could be a changin’ in Salt Lake City.


This Jazz team has re-discovered something new and exciting. And it’s not alcohol or multiple wives—sorry to disappoint on that front. But the city is in a buzz again about their Jazz.


In fact,not since the days of Jeff Hornacek have the Jazz used the “great equalizer” of the three-pointer with such r ...

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