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Mike Conley Finally Got His All-Star Recognition

Reading Time: 3 minutesMichael Conley Jr. was taken with the 4th overall pick in the 2007 draft landing him in Memphis. It was that moment when Conley would start his journey to eventually become one of the greatest Grizzlies of all time. Conley ranks 1st for the Grizzlies in all-time games, points, assists, steals, and 3-point field goals. He also ranks 2nd for the Grizz in all-time field goals and minutes. It’s pretty safe to say that he has engraved his name in the Grizzlies’ Hall of Fame. Though, there was one thing that he never managed to accomplish...

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The Key to the Jazz’s Success

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Utah Jazz currently hold the first place spot in the Western Conference, to the surprise of many.  Although Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert may be getting most of the credit and attention from the fans and media, Mike Conley deserves just as much respect for being a “glue guy” on this Jazz team.  When Utah traded for him before the 2019 season, Conley was coming off the best season of his career averaging over 20 PPG and over 6 APG.  The Grizzlies ended the season with 33 wins, and Conley was ultimately traded to Utah...

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The Utah Jazz: the Team that Failed to Climb the Mountain

Reading Time: 2 minutesOn May 29, 1953, Edmund Hilary became the first person to climb Mount Everest, a monumental achievement for our society. On July 31, 1954, Achille Compagoni climbed P2, the second-highest mountain in the world. Many times we have seen individuals, or groups of people, climb to the top, and get over that mountain. As for a team named the Utah Jazz, who play in the mountainous area of Salt Lake City, were never able to get over that mountain. But this mountain is different, an invisible mountain with its bounty being an NBA Championship. And here’s...

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How the Jazz are Affected if the Season Returns

Reading Time: 2 minutesNow we’re all pretty familiar with the situation going on right now. With the NBA gone it’s only best to hope for a season that’s shortened, shortened playoffs, etc. It’s pretty ridiculous to hope for the season to pick up where it got cut short, however, I will be analyzing how these possibilities affect the Jazz and what might happen in each scenario. Assuming the season returns straight in the playoffs, the Jazz aren’t looking too hot. With the fourth seed they’ll be matching up with the Thunder. Even winning that series in 6 games would...

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