Though the result was disappointing, it’s worth going back and grading each player individually with the regular season and playoffs in mind.
by: Ryan McDonald — Deseret News 18 Sep
Entering the 2019-2020 season, one of the narratives surrounding the Utah Jazz was the notion that they would have good depth. That proved to not be the case.
'Going from good to great is really hard': Dennis Lindsey and Justin Zanik detail offseason plans — at least as best they can | KSL.com
by: https://www.facebook.com/kslcom/ — KSL 14 Sep
Lindsey, Utah’s executive vice president of basketball operations, and Jazz general manager Justin Zanik are tasked with coming up with a plan with a lot of unknowns surrounding them.
by: Eric Walden — Salt Lake Tribune 9 Sep
It’s been more than a week since the Utah Jazz’s season came to a sudden, ignominious end, but the sting of a second consecutive first-round playoff exit hasn’t really subsided yet.
by: https://www.facebook.com/kslcom/ — KSL 9 Sep
It was a season that began with cautious championship aspirations. It ended in the same result: a first-round loss. But it also ended with a sense of pride and, maybe surprising to some, with optimism for the future.
by: Barry Jackson — Miami Herald 7 Sep
Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro’s clutch shooting is not only impressive, but it’s also historic by NBA rookie standards in postseason.
by: Paul Tamayo — Franchise Sports 7 Sep
Utah Jazz were eliminated by the Denver Nuggets in the first round. The offseason plan will prioritise scoring in free agency.
by: Kalland — Uproxx 6 Sep
The full NBA 2K21 rosters and player rankings, with 14 players earning 90 or higher overall.
by: Andy Larsen — Salt Lake Tribune 5 Sep
You can make the case that the summer of 2019 was the splashiest offseason in Jazz history. After all, when else have the Jazz added two high-caliber starters via trades and free agency in one year? When you add in all of the extra pieces signed,...
by: Salt City Hoops — True Hoop: Salt City Hoops 3 Sep
A 78-80 loss on Tuesday night in the series decider game ended the Jazzs experience in the NBA bubble and concludes a weird season. It was such a bad idea. Donovan was ready.
Despite disappointing first-round loss, Jazz still remain one of the biggest winners of the NBA bubble - CBSSports.com
by: Sam Quinn Sep 2, 2020 at 11:09 am ET4 min read — CBS Sports 2 Sep
Utah took full advantage of the restart in ways that will pay enormous dividends next season
The Triple Team: A 7-game series comes down to one play. After the loss, where do the Jazz go from here?
by: Andy Larsen — Salt Lake Tribune 2 Sep
Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s 80-78 Game 7 loss to the Denver Nuggets from Salt Lake Tribune beat writer Andy Larsen.