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Though tension was real, Donovan Mitchell says he and Rudy Gobert are 'good'

Ryan Miller,  |  Posted Jul 2nd - 4:17pm

It wasn’t a very peaceful quarantine for Mitchell, but on Thursday, in his first media availability since the season was suspended, the star guard said things between him and Gobert were fine.

Weighing family and basketball: Jazz's Conley, Ingles faced hard decision on whether to play in Orlando

Ryan Miller,  |  Updated Jul 1st - 8:31pm

With two young kids at home and a third due at the end of August, Mike Conley had to decide if he was even going to play — and he wasn’t the only Jazz player to face that decision.

Patrick Kinahan: NBA to go all in on social issues in Orlando

Patrick Kinahan, Contributor  |  Posted Jul 1st - 10:14am

During a Zoom conference call with Utah media members, Quin Snyder discussed the current events and uttered a quote that attracted widespread attention for its depth and simplicity.

Reopening Day: Utah Jazz will play in 1st game of NBA restart in Orlando

Ryan Miller,  |  Posted Jun 26th - 7:24pm

The Jazz will reopen the NBA season on July 30 against the New Orleans Pelicans.

NBA, players sign off on final terms for restarted season

Tim Reynolds, Associated Press  |  Updated Jun 26th - 3:40pm

finalizing the deal that will bring the NBA game back and see teams start arriving at the Disney campus near Orlando, Florida in less than two weeks.

With education and dialogue, Quin Snyder hopes NBA can use its platform to lead to change

Ryan Miller,  |  Posted Jun 25th - 7:35pm

The Jazz head coach hopes the league can use its return to not distract from but magnify the Black Lives Matter movement that’s swept across the nation.

Vince Carter, 43, retires after record 22 NBA seasons

Tim Reynolds, Associated Press  |  Updated Jun 25th - 3:36pm

from Top 5 Draft Pick to Rookie of the Year to Slam Dunk Champion to superstar and eight-time All-Star to Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the Year and valuable role player,” the Hawks said in a statement.

Patrick Kinahan: Mitchell's growth reflected through social media

Patrick Kinahan, Contributor  |  Posted Jun 24th - 10:13am

Displaying his maturity in a public way, Donovan Mitchell is progressing as a professional basketball player and as a person.

NBA sets Oct. 16 draft date, Oct. 18 for free-agent talks

Tim Reynolds, Associated Press  |  Updated Jun 20th - 9:54pm

The NBA has firmed up the schedule for what will be a hectic time for teams this fall, deciding on Oct. 16 as the date for this year's draft and saying clubs can begin talking to free agents two days later.

Utah Jazz to observe Juneteenth as a company holiday

Ryan Miller,  |  Posted Jun 17th - 6:28pm

On Wednesday, the Utah Jazz announced that they, along with Larry H. Miller Sports & Entertainment company, will observe Juneteenth as an official company holiday.

NBA lays out its vision for Disney restart to teams, players

Tim Reynolds, Associated Press  |  Updated Jun 16th - 8:18pm

The NBA described very specific plans to players and teams for the restart on Tuesday, doing so in a memo and handbook both obtained by The Associated Press.

NBA gives teams, players more detailed schedule for restart

Tim Reynolds, Associated Press  |  Updated Jun 12th - 3:26pm

and told teams that talks with the National Basketball Players Association on those issues are continuing.

Dennis Lindsey says Jazz are looking forward to getting back on the court

Ryan Miller,  |  Updated Jun 6th - 8:35am

On Friday, the National Basketball Players Association approved the league’s proposal of a 22-team restart at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.

Here's why Utah Jazz guard Nigel Williams-Goss, athletes are speaking out for racial equality

Sean Walker and Carter Williams,  |  Posted Jun 5th - 12:23pm

Without even mentioning that he was a professional basketball player, Utah Jazz guard Nigel Williams-Goss accepted an open invitation to take the mic at Thursday evening’s protest on Capitol Hill condemning racial injustice and police brutality.

Explaining the NBA's return in Orlando

Ryan Miller,  |  Updated Jun 4th - 1:11pm

On Thursday, the league’s board of governors approved the league’s 22-team plan to restart the season, according to multiple reports.

Reports: NBA to vote on 22-team restart on Thursday

Ryan Miller,  |  Updated Jun 3rd - 11:14am

According to multiple reports, the NBA will bring 22 teams to the ESPN Wide World Of Sports complex on the Disney campus near Orlando and play eight regular-season games to determine playoff seeding before the postseason begins.

Patrick Kinahan: Sports matter more than ever — again

Patrick Kinahan, Contributor  |  Posted Jun 3rd - 10:12am

Imagine if the Jazz were still alive in this season’s NBA playoffs, last weekend playing a home game in the Western Conference finals.

Quin Snyder part of committee of NBA coaches to pursue racial injustice reform

Ryan Miller,  |  Posted Jun 1st - 10:14am

In the wake of protests throughout the country over “police brutality, racial profiling and the weaponization of racism”, including in many NBA cities, the National Basketball Coaches Association is hoping to use its platform to create positive change.

Jazz owner Gail Miller among Utah sports leaders condemning violence, racism, injustice

Sean Walker,  |  Posted May 31st - 9:58pm

Across the Beehive State, Utah leaders decried violence caused by some protests — but unilaterally condemned racism, discrimination and the social injustices against which most protestors were fighting following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, among others.