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Blogtable: LaVine or Curry more likely to repeat on All-Star Saturday?

Each week, we’ll ask our stable of scribes across the globe to weigh in on the most important NBA topics of the day — and then give you a chance to step on the scale, too, in the comments below. 642 more words

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Hayward Lifts Jazz Over Mavs 121-119 In OT

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DALLAS (AP) – Gordon Hayward and the Utah Jazz now have a win that coach Quin Snyder views as validation for the hot streak his young team is enjoying. 741 more words


Gordon Hayward steps back for this game-winner on the Mavericks

Gordon Hayward is a bad man and he had to prove it against the Dallas Mavericks. Hayward had 20 points in the 121-119 overtime win for the Utah Jazz and no bucket was more important than the last one. 22 more words


Horry Scale: Hayward saves best for last

VIDEO: Gordon Hayward hits the fadeaway to cap off thrilling win

ALL BALL NERVE CENTERGordon Hayward delivered a reminder of the old philosophy that it doesn’t matter what you do early in a game as long as you deliver late. 521 more words

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Gordon Hayward's Step-Back Jumper Sends The Jazz To Buzzer-Beating Victory Over The Mavericks

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Remember this shot come April.

The Utah Jazz entered Tuesday’s game against the Dallas Mavericks at eighth-place in the Western Conference, a half game up on the surging Portland Trail Blazers and just two games back of Dirk Nowitzki and company.

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Young Chandler Parsons had the greatest bowl cut ever

Mavericks forward Chandler Parsons shared an old school picture on Instagram. In it, he’s rocking maybe the slickest bowl cut in human history.

Ball is life.

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Of One-Trick Ponies and Dominant Careers

Last week, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar sat down for a wide-ranging interview with Tyler Cowen, professor of economics at George Mason University. The two chatted about Abdul-Jabbar’s career, his faith, politics, race, and of course, basketball. 1,852 more words

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