Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell won the slam dunk title at the 2018 NBA All-Star Game, taking the title with three scintillating throwback-inspired dunks against fellow finalist Larry Nance Jr. of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Donovan Mitchell's stat line in All-Star Weekend's Rising Stars game doesn't leap off the box score, but he says he prefers to show his stuff when the games actually matter. Nevertheless, he took center stage in at least two highlight-reel plays.
The Jazz have been no stranger to success in All-Star weekends of the past and will look to repeat on past success. Let’s take a look back at some of the Jazz’s history and biggest moments in All-Star weekend.
Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
Feb 14th - 10:29am
The Jazz made a trade last week that provides immediate help and allows for greater financial flexibility going forward. By swapping Rodney Hood for Jae Crowder, the Jazz avoided having to pay big money for an injury-prone and inconsistent player.
Marcos Aragon, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
Feb 13th - 3:42pm
One of the ways the NBA is promoting Black History Month is a warmup shirt designed in partnership with several NBA players. Both players and coaches are proud to see the NBA support Black History Month in such a fashion.
Three thoughts on the defensive plays that won the game for the Jazz, the Derrick Favors/Joe Ingles pick and roll play that was printing money for the Jazz (with an assist from Rudy Gobert), and overall thoughts on the Jazz's 10-game winning streak.
Three thoughts on the Jazz's 22-5 third-quarter run led by Rudy Gobert and Joe Ingles which got them the win, Jae Crowder's impressive debut game, and Donovan Mitchell getting a great learning experience at the end of the game.