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Richard Jefferson. Grand finale!
Jazz have trailed once in this game, 56-55. It's still going to overtime. Season in a nutshell, no?
This overtime is the Jazz's postseason.
I love when the Jazz go into the postseason.
What is dead may never die.
Jazz and T-Wolves tied with 11 seconds left. This is the most exciting fourth-worst finish ever.
Burks tries to buy the foul with a head fake and then pushes off instead. Minny ball with 11.8 on the clock. Tied at 107.
There's still the NIT
Question. If Jazz win, should they dogpile afterward?
Tied at 103. One more for old times' sake?
Two minutes. Two minutes remaining.
The 1979-80 Jazz won 24 games — the fewest wins of any team in the Utah era. A win tonight would give this team 25 on the year.
Jazz up 10 with 4:47 left in the season.
Jazz line-up early in the 4th quarter includes Ian Clark, Rudy Gobert, Malcolm Thomas and Diante Garrett ...
Jazz line-up to open 4th - Garrett, Clark, Hayward, Thomas and Gobert
Wonder why Gordon Hayward was subbed out 1:20 into the second half?
A minute and a half into the second quarter: all tied at 53.
Orlando down big late. Jazz will finish with the fourth worst record. Just a matter of whether they tie with Boston & C's down 12 at half.
After leading by as much as 19, the Jazz head into halftime up just 51-48 on the Timberwolves. Kevin Love and his mustache have nine points.
Last time the Jazz led a game by 19? Wasn't Carlos Boozer -- not Malcolm Thomas -- the power forward?
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Jazz's Malcolm Thomas scored 4 points in 27 minutes this season before getting 5 in 4 minutes in first quarter vs. Minnesota.
Don't know what Kevin Love will do in the future, but it's clear he doesn't want to be playing basketball in Minnesota tonight.
Orlando starters Afflalo, Oladipo play 16 first-half minutes vs. Indy. Magic need loss to hold third in the lottery.
Interesting comment from Tyrone Corbin about Alec Burks. "He has created who he is in the NBA" Who are the Jazz other players in the NBA?
Correction - The official injury for Enes Kanter is right quadriceps tendinitis.
Rick Adelman said you have to get lucky to win recalling had Stockton not gotten poked in eye in 1992 WCF v. Portland Jazz might have won
Adelman coached Jazz's Tyrone Corbin in Sacramento but also as his combine coach in Chicago when he was preparing for draft out of DePaul
Rick Adelman media session was largely about if this is the last game in long career. Recalled fondly competing against Jerry Sloan
Kanter was bothered by the knee today at shootaround. Tried to go here at the Arena but wasn't able to get pain free
Fan favorite Richard Jefferson could be reinserted into the starting lineup for a grand finale.
I'm not in Minnesota, but imagine the Jazz will start Burke, Burks, Hayward, Evans and Favors.
The Erik Murphy Era will begin with the Utah Jazz tonight in Minnesota.
Enes Kanter won't play, either.
Jazz playing without Enees Kanter (right quadriceps tendinitis) and Marvin Williams (knee) tonight vs. T-Wolves.
Paul George, David West, Lance Stephenson & Ian Mahinmi won't play vs Magic. Orlando W+Jazz L would put Utah in tie for third lotto spot.
Enes Kanter is out for the Jazz tonight. Sore knee. Erik Murphy will be active
Correction: Utah State signee Elston Jones averages 14/14 during his four-year prep career. Apologies.
Utah State signs 6-9 Elston Jones from Goodyear, Ariz. Averages 14 points, 14 rebounds as a HS senior.
Off to Game #82. Thanks Jazz Nation for your support all year and thanks to the Utah Jazz for letting me a part of this great organization
Snowing in minny smh
IND to rest George, West & Stephenson at ORL. Limited mins. for Hibbert & Hill. Vegas has Magic -4. More lotto luck coming for the Jazz?
Credit for Kanter/Favors improvement goes to both of them but also to Corbin who has been very careful of who they are paired against
Of the 30 most used 2 man lineups over the last 20 games the best 2 man line-up for Jazz ... KANTER AND FAVORS
The NBA without Sen. Kohl will be a lesser place.
Nutty season - Gordon Hayward has higher FG% in restricted area than Alec Burks and Burks has a better 3pt% than Hayward.
Last 20 games - Alec Burks is averaging 15 pts, 3 rebs and 3 ast more importantly shooting 49% and 37% from 3 while taking 5 FTA per game
You make our community better, you deserve some credit.
H/T to Jazz, AAA, AT&T, CenturyLink, Utah Ford Dealerships, KeyBank, Mountain America CU, Washakie Renewable Energy and Western Governors U.
Also thought it was pretty neat that the Utah Jazz and eight partners will have contributed almost $200,000 to charities by season's end.
Wonder how good of a player I would've been had I done Jr Jazz instead of playing church ball (well, and not been short, fat and unathletic)
If Michael Carter Williams is everyone's rookie of the year then I am confused why it isn't Trey Burke?
Hotel chillin in Minnesota
This is what I had in mind in October, when I picked the Knicks to win the East. I know, I know ...
Need to hear a summer banger already
Andre Kirilinko averaged 16.5 points in '03-04. Hayward would have to score 55 on Wednesday at Minnesota to average 16.5.
Gordon Hayward will lead the Jazz in scoring this season. His average (16.1) is the lowest for a team leader in franchise history.
Just realized: NBA's No. 1 scorer Kareem led the league in scoring only twice ('70-71, '71-72). No. 2 scorer Karl Malone never did.
Finally this Future leaked
ICYMI, there were some impressive sights in the sky last night. "Supernova Stockton: His star still shines bright" http://t.co/R4gCsbDlby