Mar 28, 2015

Longtime Jazz announcer Hot Rod Hundley dies at 80

Hot Rod Hundley, the former NBA player who broadcast Jazz games in New Orleans and Utah for 35 years, died Friday. He was 80. The Jazz said Hundley died at his home in the Phoenix area. Hundley broadcast 3,051 Jazz games from 1974-2009. He ...

Curry back in form as Warriors romp past Jazz

Mar 22, 2015

Curry back in form as Warriors romp past Jazz

With the playoffs approaching, Stephen Curry fully expects more out of Golden State over the next three weeks. That might not be a good sign for the rest of the Western Conference. Curry bounced back from his worst shooting performance of the season to ...

Hayward beats buzzer, Cavs

Nov 6, 2014

Hayward beats buzzer, Cavs

Gordon Hayward prides himself on his self-control. After hitting a step-back, game-winning jumper at the buzzer, he couldn’t help himself. He let out all his emotion in a celebratory frenzy. “I’ve never really done that before,” Hayward said. “It was just one of those ...

Jun 7, 2014

Jazz hire Synder as next head coach

The Utah Jazz announced Friday that they have hired Atlanta Hawks assistant coach Quin Snyder to replace Tyrone Corbin, who was let go earlier this year after three-plus seasons in Salt Lake City. Snyder most recently completed his first season as an assistant with ...

Jackson starts house cleaning with Knicks by firing Woodson

Apr 22, 2014

Jackson starts house cleaning with Knicks by firing Woodson

Mike Woodson had the Knicks on top of their division and in the second round of the playoffs, destinations that had become practically unimaginable in New York. A year later, he is out of job. Knicks president Phil Jackson fired Woodson and the entire ...

Feb 1, 2014

Jazz pay tribute to ex-coach Sloan

When Jerry Sloan was the head coach of the Utah Jazz, no one ever doubted who was in charge. “. . .We respected him because he was the same every day. He was tough but he was fair,” said Karl Malone, who was a ...

Blazers rout woeful Jazz

Dec 7, 2013

Blazers rout woeful Jazz

The Trail Blazers had the perfect recipe for a record shooting night — nice ball movement, open shooters, a good rhythm, and one of the NBA’s worst teams as an opponent. “We were feeling it,” Wesley Matthews said after Portland set franchise and league ...