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The Roundup—Mitchell scores 35, Jazz take down division-leading Nuggets

  The game was chippy, physical and mean-spirited. And the atmosphere was electric. Playing on ESPN against the division-leading Denver Nuggets, the Utah Jazz put together one...

Donovan Mitchell’s hot January continues with another 35-point night in a...

  Jazz assistant coach Johnnie Bryant can get a little frustrated with his star pupil at times during practices. Donovan Mitchell will work on stringing...

Utah Jazz point guard Ricky Rubio scores 12 points in first...

The Utah Jazz point guard was on a minutes restriction Monday night, his first game back after missing six straight with a strained hamstring. But...

Utah Jazz honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther...

Thurl Bailey stood at center court and recited the words from memory: “I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up...

#JinglesKiss: Fans enter ticket giveaway with epic art

After burying a dagger three-pointer in the fourth quarter of the team's matchup against the Detroit Pistons, Joe Ingles blew a kiss into the...

Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy is lasting and personal for Jazz...

The images will spark different memories. At some point today, he will look down on his phone and see a photo of Dr. Martin...

Keynote MLK speaker W. Kamau Bell

Salt Lake Community College and Westminster College have collaborated to present W. Kamau Bell as the keynote speaker for this year’s Martin Luther King...

Press Release: The Utah Legislature Tries Another Unconstitutional Bill

Salt Lake City, UT – H.B. 166, the Down Syndrome Nondiscrimination Act was filed for consideration in the 2019 Legislative session after it was...

Ricky Rubio returns to practice, listed as ‘questionable’ for game against...

Utah Jazz point guard Ricky Rubio is now listed as questionable to play in Monday’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers. Rubio was a full...

You Need Sunglasses on the Slopes

Sunglasses are everywhere in the summer. You wouldn’t think of leaving the house without them. But in the winter you may not think to...
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