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Jazz Sign Henry Sims To Camp Deal
Henry Sims averaged 6.5 points, 5.1 rebounds and one block in 14 games for the Nets last season.
Jazz Promote Richard Smith, Bart Taylor
The Jazz have promoted Richard Smith to executive director of international scouting and Bart Taylor to Jazz director of scouting/Salt Lake City Stars vice president of basketball operations.
Jazz Working Out Jabari Brown
Jabari Brown averaged 32.4 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.5 assists over 27 games in China last season.
Jeff Withey Expected To Earn Final Roster Spot For Jazz
Jeff Withey has a contract that will become guaranteed in January.
Jazz Sign Quincy Ford To Partially Guaranteed Deal
The Jazz like Quincy Ford's versatility ability to play multiple positions and his positional size.
Jazz Trade Tibor Pleiss To 76ers For Kendall Marshall In Salary Dump
The Jazz plan to waive Kendall Marshall before his $2 million contract becomes guaranteed.
Jazz Sought Improvement Without Risking Long-Term Cap Flexibility
The Jazz improved this offseason with the acquisition of veterans George Hill, Joe Johnson and Boris Diaw.
Rudy Gobert, Jazz Postpone Extension Talks Until After Olympics
As a member of the 2013 NBA Draft class, Rudy Gobert is now eligible for an extension coming off his rookie deal.
Jazz Acquire Boris Diaw In Trade With Spurs
The Spurs needed to clear cap space in order to sign Pau Gasol.
Jazz Trade Trey Burke To Wizards For 2nd Rounder In 2021
The Jazz traded for George Hill this offseason and they also have Dante Exum returning from his torn ACL.

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2016 NBA Offseason Review: Northwest Division

by Keith P Smith

As the Wolves, Jazz and Nuggets look to end their playoff droughts with young rosters, the Blazers and Thunder focused on remaining playoff contenders amid major potential change.

Utah Jazz: How To Make The Offseason 'Win' Work On The Court

by Brett Koremenos

Every single acquisition of note pales in comparison to other the big moves that shook the landscape of the league. Yet at the end of this frenetic period, the Jazz may have succeeded in building the deepest and most versatile roster in the entire league

Blazers, Jazz, Pelicans And The Merits Of Middle Class Improvement

by Colin McGowan

There's nothing the Blazers, Jazz or Pelicans can do that would effectively counter Golden State nearly running out an All-NBA team as a starting lineup. It is heartening, though, that a handful of relatively young teams from the NBA's middle class have decided they might as well go about the business of improvement anyway.

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