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Apr 23, 2017
numberFire
George Hill has played at least 36 minutes in all three games of the series, making him a solid mid-range option. Which other players should we check out for today's main slate?
numberFire Apr 23, 2017
NBA Daily Fantasy Helper: Sunday 4/23/17

NBA Daily Fantasy Helper: Sunday 4/23/17

George Hill has played at least 36 minutes in all three games of the series, making him a solid mid-range option. Which other players should we check out for today's main slate?
Deseret Morning News Apr 19, 2017
Morning Links: Three Jazz players in NBA top 100; breakdown of Utes' schedule

Morning Links: Three Jazz players in NBA top 100; breakdown of Utes' schedule

George Hill, Gordon Hayward and Rudy Gobert all cracked Bleacher Report's list of the top 100 players in the NBA.
SLC Dunk Apr 16, 2017
Utah Jazz Kool-Aid Meter: Vote here

Utah Jazz Kool-Aid Meter: Vote here

How hydrated are you after one game? The Utah Jazz (1-0) are up on the Los Angeles Clippers (0-1) in their best of seven, first round series of the 2017 NBA Playoffs. All-Star forward Gordon Hayward was a single point shy of dropping 20-10, he’ll have to settle for 19 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal, and a perfect 5/5 from the line in a two point victory. George Hill had the unenviable task of slowing down future Hall of Fame point guard Chris Paul, and hit some clutch shots and moved the ball. But the team as a whole had a tremendous bench performance boost from: Joe Johnson...
SLC Dunk Apr 15, 2017
The Utah Jazz’ Three Wise Men

The Utah Jazz’ Three Wise Men

Joe Johnson, Boris Diaw, and George Hill have playoff experience. The green Utah Jazz do not. The Utah Jazz front office had to make some tough decisions. It’s always tough in the off-season. But last off-season was particularly difficult because it was when the team decided to take off the training wheels. The move to go from a “developing” team to a “win-now” team is significant. You can’t do both effectively enough at the same time, so there is a real switch that needed to be made. And Dennis Linsey and company did precisely that with the moves they made in the...
Los Angeles Daily News Apr 14, 2017
Clippers vs. Jazz: Who has the edge?

Clippers vs. Jazz: Who has the edge?

GUARDSOver the course of a nine-year career, Utah point guard George Hill has become one of the most admired floor generals in the game. Never an All-Star, nor even the best player on his team, the former Spur and Pacer is enjoying a resurgence in his first year with the Jazz. He is averaging a career-high 16.
SLC Dunk Apr 14, 2017
Utah Jazz 2017 Mock Draft Round-Up #1

Utah Jazz 2017 Mock Draft Round-Up #1

Yeah, I know. Playoffs. Just trust my process, guys. The Utah Jazz have four picks in the upcoming 2017 NBA Draft. If we learned anything from last season (when Dennis Lindsey had the #12, #42, #52, and #60) it’s that picks are assets. And assets are available to be moved. We saw the #12 move in a three-team trade that sent away the future draft rights of Taurean Prince for starting point guard George Hill. We saw the #42 moved for the #55, which turned into Marcus Paige. And we also saw Lindsey and company sit on #52 and #60 for Joel Bolomboy and Tyrone Wallace. So what can we expect...
SLC Dunk Apr 13, 2017
Utah Jazz 101 - San Antonio Spurs 97: Game Recap

Utah Jazz 101 - San Antonio Spurs 97: Game Recap

82 or 82 in the books, and the story isn’t finish yet on the season. The Utah Jazz (51-31) defeated the San Antonio Spurs (61-21) tonight by the final score of 101-97. In consecutive games the Jazz have held both the Spurs and the Golden State Warriors down and beaten them, but done so while holding the top two teams in the West to under 100 points. Against the Dubs, head coach Steve Kerr took out most of his starters but played some deep into the fourth (as late as the 3 min mark when Zaza Pachulia came back in). Against the Spurs, head coach Gregg Popovich kept in cold shooting Kawhi...
Pounding The Rock Apr 12, 2017
San Antonio @ Utah, Final Score: Spurs drop season finale to the Jazz, 101-97

San Antonio @ Utah, Final Score: Spurs drop season finale to the Jazz, 101-97

The Spurs lost to a hungry Jazz team in their final regular season tune up. In a game that meant very little for the Spurs and a great deal for the Jazz, San Antonio dropped a close one, 101-97. LaMarcus Aldridge led the Spurs with 18 points, with Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker chipping in 14 apiece. Spurs starters: Tony Parker, Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, LaMarcus Aldridge, Dewayne Dedmon Jazz starters: George Hill, Joe Ingles, Gordon Hayward, Boris Diaw, Rudy Gobert First Quarter: The Spurs didn’t have an ideal start, as the former Spur Hill knocked in a deep three and followed it up...
Purple and Blue Apr 12, 2017

All Hands on Deck For the Utah Jazz in the Regular Season Finale

In hope of a last-minute miracle, the Utah Jazz are not holding out any of their main players tonight against the San Antonio Spurs. Gordon Hayward is in. Derrick Favors is in. Rodney Hood is in. George Hill is in. The Utah Jazz released a somewhat surprising injury report earlier today, announcing that there will […] All Hands on Deck For the Utah Jazz in the Regular Season Finale - Purple and Blues - Purple and Blues - A Utah Jazz Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
SLC Dunk Apr 11, 2017
Utah Jazz 105 - Golden State Warriors 99: Game Recap

Utah Jazz 105 - Golden State Warriors 99: Game Recap

What happened last night? Somehow the Utah Jazz (50-31) defeated the Golden State Warriors (66-15) last night, by the score of 105-99. This broke the Warriors 14 game win streak, and was their 5th loss at home all season. Utah drops 5-0 wins on a season for the first time in a very long time. The first quarter saw Golden State’s line-up of Stephen Curry, Patrick McCaw, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green, and Zaza Pachulia tip-off against Utah’s group of George Hill, Dante Exum, Joe Ingles, Boris Diaw, and Rudy Gobert. And it was either a lack of attention by the dubs, or a very specific...
SLC Dunk Apr 9, 2017
Utah Jazz waiving white flag on regular season, focused on playoffs

Utah Jazz waiving white flag on regular season, focused on playoffs

Injured team needs health more than anything else The Utah Jazz had a pretty good chance of winning 50 games this season. Many of us fans thought so during free agency when the schedule was released. They sit at 49 wins right now with two more games to play. They may yet win one of their next two games. But it’s not likely to be Monday’s match-up against the West leading Golden State Warriors. According to the Jazz PR they are going to be a little injured: PG: George Hill (right groin strain, questionable), Raul Neto (left ankle sprain, out) SG: Rodney Hood (right knee soreness,...
SLC Dunk Apr 8, 2017
Utah Jazz vs. Portland Trailblazers: Game Preview

Utah Jazz vs. Portland Trailblazers: Game Preview

Can the Jazz beat them for a second time this week? It’s not quite a home-and-away stint, but it hasn’t been too long ago that we’ve seen them, and it hasn’t been too long ago that we beat them. For tonight’s show the play will be performed in Portland though, away from the comforting embrace of the Aunt Viv. And this time, the Jazz are the ones who played the T-Wolves the day before, so tired legs for us, not so much Damian Lillard. George Hill is the only player on the Jazz's injury report. He is listed as doubtful vs. Portland.— Andy Larsen (@andyblarsen) April 8,...
SLC Dunk Apr 7, 2017
Utah Jazz vs Minnesota Timberwolves: Five Things to Watch

Utah Jazz vs Minnesota Timberwolves: Five Things to Watch

The pesky T-Wolves are coming to town The Minnesota Timberwolves are coming to town with their duo of 21-year olds, Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins (used to be trio with Zach LaVine). At this point in the season for Utah it isn’t win of go home, it’s win and you get to play at home in the playoffs. So what are we looking at today? Who the heck is playing? Utah’s injury report contains five players as of Thursday. Derrick Favors (Questionable, knee), George Hill (Doubtful, groin), Rodney Hood (Questionable, knee), Jeff Withey (Questionable, illness) and Raul Neto (Questionable,...
SLC Dunk Apr 6, 2017
Utah Jazz confirm Injury report speculation against Minnesota Timberwolves

Utah Jazz confirm Injury report speculation against Minnesota Timberwolves

Remember this Flavours guy? (It was Flavours right?) Early today the beat writers (Andy B. Larsen, Aaron Falk, Jody Genessy, and Tony Jones) reported that the Utah Jazz have some actual injury report news surrounding George Hill, Derrick Favors, Rodney Hood, and others. This afternoon the Jazz confirmed their reports. pic.twitter.com/kO2AQe0Lo6— Utah Jazz PR (@UtahJazzPR) April 6, 2017 What does this mean? Well, it means we could be seeing some faces we’ve missed. George Hill (Doubtful) has missed the last 4 games Raul Neto (Questionable) missed the last 4 games Rodney Hood...
Deseret Morning News Apr 5, 2017
Utah Jazz: Snyder praises Hayward, Gobert and his team's tenacity through injury issues

Utah Jazz: Snyder praises Hayward, Gobert and his team's tenacity through injury issues

Derrick Favors, George Hill and Rodney Hood, who'd all be in Utah's starting lineup if healthy, have missed 84 games between...

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