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You really should be in Salt Lake City. It’s cool. Really.

SALT LAKE CITY — Damned if this alleged “small market” doesn’t have a place-to-be vibe these days, something almost cosmo and maybe even nibbling at chic. There’s so much swirling around this second pinnacle in the 42-year history of the eccentrically named “Utah Jazz” that the themes do cram the skull.
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NBA playoffs 2021: Even with a 2-0 lead, the Utah Jazz know they still have plenty to prove

It is easy to forget -- and perhaps healthier -- that two teams blew 3-games-to-1 series leads against the Denver Nuggets in last season's Western Conference playoffs. But fate has matched those teams -- the Utah Jazz and LA Clippers -- against each other in the second round of this year's playoffs, a sort of group session on how to bounce back from a postseason meltdown. And there are plenty of notes to compare.
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Utah Jazz have done a good job containing Kawhi Leonard and other takeaways from the NBA playoffs

The Utah Jazz have a 2-0 lead on the Los Angeles Clippers, winning both games at home without starting point guard Mike Conley. Donovan Mitchell has been absolutely spectacular offensively, Rudy Gobert is showing the nation why is he is a three-time Defensive Player of the Year and Utah is getting important contributions from the rotation — Jordan Clarkson, Bojan Bogdanovic, Joe Ingles and Royce O’Neale.

Utah Jazz prospects healthy with 3-1 lead, Donovan Mitchell leading way

The Jazz are in good shape in their first-round series with the Grizzlies. And if they were in great shape, this series would probably be over. Utah’s lone loss came, if you recall, when Donovan Mitchell was declared out of Game 1 at the last moment by the medical staff because of a lingering ankle sprain that Mitchell felt was healed. Anyway, Mitchell was miraculously declared fit for duty just hours following that contest — funny how that happens when a No. 1 seed loses the opener — and since then he and the Jazz have ripped off three straight wins.

Heart of Utah: Jazz fan and runner shows off how much we all have in common

SALT LAKE CITY — You’ve probably heard that old saying, “The start to every great journey begins with a single step.” Well, Jazz fan and avid runner Bryant Heath has taken that advice pretty literally. You may have heard about Heath when he went viral for mapping his runs down...

Utah Jazz's Jordan Clarkson helps fix Filipino food truck covered in slurs

After a popular Filipino food truck was vandalized with anti-Asian slurs, the owners received unexpected help from Utah Jazz player Jordan Clarkson. Ben Pierce said he woke up Sunday morning in Layton, about 25 miles from Salt Lake City, to find his World Famous Yum Yum Food Truck vandalized with hateful messages painted across the black exterior. Pierce owns the truck with his 21-year-old son, Brevin, and they shared the graffiti images on social media.