The saga of the Utah Jazz continues to get more and more confusing. Only two games removed from a loss to a lowly Sacramento Kings team, the Utah Jazz came through at home and withstood a late run from the powerhouse Miami Heat, who were missing Chris Bosh due to a death in the family. Miami, riding a nine-game winning streak, came into this game after a big win in Portland over a scrappy Trail Blazers team.
Because Utah Jazz fans grew accustomed to cheering on winning teams for decades, the struggles of the last few years haven't been easy to accept. From 1982 to 2010, the Jazz made the playoffs 24 out of a possible 27 times under the ... Read Post
The Utah Jazz defeated the Miami Heat 104-97 on Monday, handing LeBron James and Co. their fifth loss in seven road games. The Jazz rode the strength of a hot-shooting first half, leading by 17 in the second quarter, then coasting f... Read Post