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Utah Jazz 2014-2015 News and Updates
11/14/14 - The Utah Jazz went to the Big Apple and stole one. The Jazz rode a buzzer-beating three pointed from Trey Burks on Friday night to knock off the Knicks, 102-100, moving to two games under .500 after 10 games, with a 4-6 record.
11/6/14 - The Utah Jazz earned their second victory of the young season with a narrow defeat of the rebuilt Cleveland Cavaliers earlier this week. The Jazz square off against Dallas late in the week before a weekend visit to Detroit.
10/31/14 - Coming out of back-to-back losses for the Utah Jazz has proved educational for the team which plans to take those lessons forward into future wins. The Jazz’s season opener against the Houston Rockets started with the teams hanging close to each other before the fourth quarter brought the Rockets ahead for a 104-93 victory. The Jazz managed only 3-for-18 three-pointers while the Rockets had 14-for-27, sealing the game. The next day the Jazz went up against the Dallas Mavericks and suffered a 120-102 loss. Each of the Jazz starters reached double digits in points against the Mavericks with Derrick Favors bringing in 17 points. Gordon Hayward and Trey Burk were close seconds to Favors’ score with 16 points each. Watching the Jazz come back from these losses will be interesting and tickets are available for upcoming games starting at $5.
8/26/14- Mark up your calendars quickly, because the 2014-2015 Utah Jazz schedule was released! Utah’s 82-game slate will test the Jazz early, starting with their home opener against the Houston Rockets on Oct. 29. LeBron James and the Cavaliers will visit on Nov. 5, followed by Kevin Durant and OKC Thunder on Nov. 18, Derrick Rose and the Bulls on Nov. 24 and the Griffin-Paul combo with the Clippers on Nov 29. EnergySolutions Arena will see both 2014 NBA Finals teams in early December; San Antonio appears on Dec. 9, with the Miami heat a few days later (Dec. 12). There will be no shortage of superstars and stellar play at EnergySolutions Arena this year. Lock in your Utah Jazz tickets to see if their young core can secure a trip to the postseason!
4/17/14 - It took two overtimes, but the Utah Jazz ended the season on a high note, knocking off the Minnesota Timberwolves 136-130 to snap a five game losing streak as well. Six Jazzmen registered in double figure scoring, led by Trey Burke’s 32 points, to go with nine assists, seven rebounds and a steal. Gordon Hayward knocked down 23 points and also had a double-double with 10 rebounds; Hayward’s nine assists nearly gave him a triple-double for the evening. Derrick Favoris was the third member of the Jazz to surpass the 20-point plateau, with 21, and 12 rebounds to go along with his own double-double. Jeremy Evans notched the Jazz’s third double-double for the night with a combination of 18 points and 11 boards, along with three steals and three blocks. Alec Burks and reserve Richard Jefferson contributed 11 points each.
4/11/14 - Undoubtedly the Utah Jazz would like to get this season over with. Just two seasons removed from their last playoff appearance, and after finishing third with a decent, 43-39 record, the Jazz find themselves looking up at the other 14 teams in the Western Conference, saddled with a 24-54 record. The Jazz had no answer for visiting Dallas on April 8, falling 95-83 to the playoff-contending Mavericks. Enes Kanter recorded a double-double for the Jazz, collecting 19 rebounds (nine of them offensive), 15 points and a pair of blocked shots; the starting center, Derrick Favors, led the Jazz’s scoring effort with 19 points along with seven boards. Richard Jefferson also collected 15 points for Utah, who actually outrebounded Dallas 47-36, as well as a 52-34 advantage on points in the paint.
4/4/14 - Even though five players – three starters and a pair of reserves – broke into the double-digit scoring zone, and held a significant 50-38 edge in total rebounding, the Utah Jazz were unable to subdue the surging New York Knicks, falling 92-83 at EnergySolutions Arena on March 31. Guard Gordon Hayward led the Jazz in scoring, pouring in 18 points, while Derrick Favors contributed a neat double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds. Point guard Alec Burks was one of the two players to come off the bench and make a significant contribution, scoring 17 points and pulling down 7 boards while dishing out four assists. Forward Marvin Williams also made his presence known under the glass, collecting 10 rebounds on the night.
3/27/14 - In a 91-87 loss to the playoff chasing Memphis Grizzlies on March 26, the Utah Jazz amazingly enough, used only three reserves, who accounted for but 10 points on the night. Consequently the Jazz had all five starters score in double figures, with three of them – centers Derrick Favors (22 points, 10 rebounds) and Enes Kanter (11 points, 15 rebounds), and guard Trey Burke (11 points, 10 assists) – all collecting double-doubles.
The other double-digit scorers were Gordon Hayward with 18 points along with four steals; and Richard Jefferson, who had 15 points. Accounting for fully half of the bench scoring on the night was Marvin Williams’ five points.
3/20/14 - Having dropped six straight, the Utah Jazz are now the Western Conference’s cellar dwellers, a game back of the Los Angeles Lakers. Currently on a swing through the Southwest Conference, the Jazz have lost on the road to San Antonio, Houston, and most recently Memphis, the last by a 96-86 count. Of that, 48 points came courtesy of three players: starters Gordon Hayward and Trey Burke, and reserve Alec Burks, each of whom rung up 16 points. Center Enes Kanter added 12 points and 12 rebounds for the evening; but the team as a whole lost the rebounding battle 46-39.
3/13/14 - They’ve won just once in their last five contests, against lowly Philadelphia. Since then, the Utah Jazz has dropped a pair, most recently against Dallas. The Jazz used just nine players in the 108-101 loss to the Mavericks, with guard Trey Burke leading the team’s scoring effort by providing 20 points along with six assists. Center Enes Kanter had a double-double coming off the bench, providing 18 points and 11 rebounds in the losing effort, while the starting center, Derrick Favors, added 15 points.
3/7/14 - The road has not been a good place to the Utah Jazz this time around – the team has lost all four games on their current roadie through the Eastern Conference. On top of that, the Jazz have failed to hit triple digits as a team in scoring in all four losses. The most recent loss, a 104-91 defeat at the hands of the Washington Wizards, saw just four Jazz players break double digits in scoring, led by Alec Burks’s 19 points off the bench. Another telling statistic: the Jazz had just four points off the fast break. Defensively, the Jazz were anchored by forward Marvin Williams, who had nine rebounds; and center Derrick Favors, who swatted away four shots.
2/28/14 - After losing three straight coming out of the All Star break, the Utah Jazz turned things around with a pair of home wins, the most recent coming against Phoenix. Gordon Hayward and Richard Jefferson each collected 17 points over the Suns, who were without the services of sharpshooter Goran Dragic on the night. Hayward also fell just short of a triple-double, collecting 10 rebounds (team high) and nine assists. Jeremy Evans (eight rebounds) and Derrick Favors (seven rebounds, two blocks) contributed key defensive efforts in the 109-86 win.
2/20/14 - Their struggles continuing, the Utah Jazz came out of the NBA’s All Star Break on a losing foot, dropping a 105-99 home contest to the Brooklyn Nets. Guard Gordon Hayward had an off night for the Jazz; normally Utah’s leading scorer, Hayward notched just nine points, five rebounds and three assists. Alec Burks came off the Jazz bench and led Utah in scoring with 23 points, while Enes Kanter led the Jazz with 10 rebounds – six on the offensive glass.
2/10/14 - For many teams, the Miami Heat roll into town, put on a show, then pack up and leave, like a traveling variety show. That wasn’t the case on February 8 at EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City, as the Jazz’s red-hot Marvin Williams led all scorers with 23 points, and Gordon Hayward fell a point and a board short of a triple double, ringing up nine points, nine rebounds and 11 assists in Utah’s 94-89 win over the defending league champions. Reigning MVP LeBron James was held to just 13 points, his season low.
2/3/14 - Is Utah Jazz rookie Trey Burke hitting the so-called “rookie wall”? After having a good month of December, Burke’s performances have fallen off to where, his last few games, he has collected fewer than 10 points per game. In a loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on February 1, Burke only had six points on 2-of-13 field goal shooting; both of his made shots were from three point range. Jazz coach Ty Corbin recently told the Salt Lake Tribune newspaper, “Trey being a young guy, he just has to figure it out.”
3/6/13 - The 2013 Utah Jazz are hoping to improve on last year's short-lived appearance in the NBA postseason, when they were swept by San Antonio. So far this year, they are in the playoff hunt, standing third in the Northwest Division behind Oklahoma City and Denver. The Jazz are getting it done with a number of contributions, most notably from center Al Jefferson, who leads the squad in both scoring and rebounding. Forward Paul Millsap is leading in steals per game, while Mo Williams is leading in assists per game. While Randy Foye and Marvin Williams post key minutes as starters, additional bench contributions are coming from Gordon Hayward, Derrick Favors, and Jamaal Tinsley. Overall, the Jazz are above average in scoring as a team, while slightly below average in points allowed per game; Coach Tyrone Corbin definitely has his work cut out for himself; if the Jazz are to have any chance at a deeper playoff run than last year, they will need to start working it on the defensive end of the court, getting stops while ensuring they keep their scoring average up. The faithful who are attending games at EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City have to be hoping to move up in the standings!
To catch the action at Energy Solutions Arena, you won't have to pay much. Jazz tickets are third cheapest in the NBA and less than half the League average. Often times you'll find cheap Jazz tickets for just $2. The average Utah Jazz tickets for the 2013 season range between $14 and $113. The median Jazz ticket will cost you $47.
Utah Jazz 2014-2015 Season
The Utah Jazz may have missed the postseason, but last year’s campaign was certainly no failure. In the first year of their rebuild, the Jazz stumbled out of the gate before hitting .500 over a span of 34 games, with the NBA’s 16th-best record. After allowing big men Paul Milsap and Al Jefferson to walk in free agency, a winning streak of any kind was unanticipated, leaving many to believe Utah is primed for great things if they can find the sweet spot in their rotation this year. Over the offseason, Utah has promoted the enhancement of their roster in hopes of hitting the hot streak they reached in winter of last year.
The Jazz’s first objective this summer was to hire a head coach to curb their fresh young roster, and found their ideal in Quin Snyder. The new head coach had the Nos. 5, 23 and 35 picks in the 2014 NBA Draft and used them on Australian point guard Dante Exum, Rodney Hood and Jarnell Stokes. The franchise completed an important signing with the Gordon Hayward deal, and their youthful stockpile of Trey Burke, Derrick Favors, Enes Kanter and Alec Burks will be bolstered by their two first-round picks.Their rebuild is coming together quickly, so don’t miss a beat of it with Utah Jazz tickets for the 2014-2015 season!
So far, the Utah Jazz are winless after 8 games. In what supposed to be a rebuilding season, the roster’s young players have struggled immensely along the string of away-games against strong, playoff worthy, opponents. Now, the Jazz are eager for their first set of consecutive home games, with hopes of pulling matching victories this week backed by their loyal (and notoriously loud) fans. Later this month (Nov 25), the Bulls will pay a visit to EnergySolutions Arena, where Chicago's veteran frontcourt players will test the talent of Utah's youth. The imminent face off between Derrick Rose and Trey Burke have the Jazz fanbase beset with anticipation. In other news, the Utah Jazz announced today that guard Jamaal Tinsley, who has appeared in all 8 games, has been waived from the team.
With the offseason departures of key 2012-13 contributors Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap, and Mo Williams, the Jazz are clearly in rebuilding mode. Entering his third full year as head coach, Tyron Corbin hopes for the improvement of the team’s young, talented frontcourt, which includes Derrick Favors, Enes Kanter, and Gordon Hayward. Rookie first-round pick Trey Burke is expected to step in and contribute immediately after leading Michigan to the 2013 Final Four Championship Game.