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SACRAMENTO — Perhaps the Sacramento Kings were just trying to lull the Utah Jazz to sleep Thursday night at Golden 1 Center since they'll be playing each other again next week. How else can you explain how bad the Kings looked against the Jazz when they fell behind by 29 points in the first quarter and by as many as 38 in the first half?

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After a lackluster defensive effort in the first half, the Jazz’s bench unit ratcheted up the intensity against the Trail Blazers in the fourth quarter on Sunday, rallying for a 123-112 victory at the Moda Center in Portland to bolster their preseason record to 4-0.

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SALT LAKE CITY — Immediately following Joe Ingles' masterful birthday performance on Tuesday, where he drained 24 points against the Toronto Raptors, he welcomed the media to his locker.

"After the first few (shots) didn't go in, was it hard to maintain that confidence to keep shooting?" a local reporter asked.

"No. I'm the best shooter in the league," the newly turned 31-year-old Ingles shot back. "That's a silly question."

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IN the roughly 0.51secs it takes Joe Ingles to catch and shoot the ball from outside the three-point line, 18,000 people inside the spectacular arena in ...

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NBA GMs show the Jazz some love in annual survey


The Utah Jazz were well represented in the 2018 edition of the annual GM survey conducted by NBA.com. Although there was some disrespect given in some areas, GMs across the league think pretty highlight of the Jazz as a team, especially defensively. If you don’t want to read the entire piece, here is a rundown of all the areas the Jazz showed up in this year’s NBA GM survey:

Jazz received fourth-most votes for best team in Western Conference.

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