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John Beilein On What Might Have Been If Players Stayed: 'I Don't Even Think About It One Bit'

 By Ashley Dunkak

ANN ARBOR (CBS DETROIT) - Michigan head coach John Beilein refuses to entertain the idea of what his program might look like, what it could have achieved, had NBA-bound sophomores Nik Stauskas and Glenn Robinson III elected to stay in school, or had last year’s stars Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. 580 more words


Ranking the best rookie seasons in Utah Jazz history

Even though the Jazz have come to the end of a less than impressive season there have been plenty of bright spots along the way. Derrick Favors proved that he deserves major minutes for Utah in the future while setting career-highs in scoring, rebounding and assists in 30 minutes a game. 1,688 more words

Ranking the best rookie seasons in Utah Jazz history #5-1

5.  Deron Williams: Williams was selected with the third pick in the first round of the 2005 draft. Williams played 80 games (47 starts) in the 2005-06 season and averaged 10.8 points, 2.4 rebounds and 4.5 assists a game while recording five double-doubles. 521 more words

Michigan Wolverines Lose Two Players To NBA Draft

On Tuesday two more underclassmen declared for the NBA Draft. Michigan sophomores Glenn Robinson III, and Nik Stauskas decided two championship runs with the Wolverines were enough, and it’s now time to get paid for their talents. 131 more words

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Jordan Farmar crosses up Trey Burke, drops him — in the backcourt (VIDEO)

You probably didn’t see this Monday night because if you suffered through the Lakers/Jazz game you should have gotten combat pay.

However there was one highlight of note — Jordan Farmar dropped Trey Burke with a crossover. 58 more words

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Young Scores 43 To Lead Lakers Past Jazz, 119-104

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) —  Nick Young scored a season-high 41 points and helped the Los Angeles Lakers snap a seven-game losing streak with a 119-104 victory against the Utah Jazz on Monday night. 53 more words


Jordan Farmar Destroyed Trey Burke's Ankles with Behind-the-Back and Crossover Combo

Buried in the annals of a relatively inconsequential game between the Lakers and Jazz, Jordan Farmar was moving the ball up the court, when suddenly he executed a behind-the-back dribble that sent Trey Burke falling on his ass. 57 more words