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Neto (6-1, 179, Brazil) has suffered a right hamstring injury. He will be reevaluated in two weeks.

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SALT LAKE CITY — Play time is over. It's time to get back to work.

Twenty players will enter training camp with the Utah Jazz on Tuesday in preparation for the 2018-19 season.

The team announced the official training camp roster on Sunday morning.

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This is the latest of NBC’s NBA season preview stories, and we will post at least one a day on these pages until Oct. 16, when the NBA season kicks off. The Utah Jazz are none of that. Utah’s starting power forward, Derrick Favors, is a power forward in the classic sense.

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On the heels of their Classic Edition jersey reveal, the Utah Jazz have unveiled their full uniform schedule for the 2018-19 season. Earlier this week, the Utah Jazz’s new Classic Edition uniforms were revealed to overwhelming praise from the Jazzland masses. As a jersey aficionado, my first thought was “take my money!” when I laid eyes […]

Utah Jazz reveal which kits they’ll rock for each game in 2018-19 - The J-Notes - The J-Notes - A Utah Jazz Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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With the arrival of LeBron James, the West’s talent pool of big men is impossibly deep. But which team has the best tandem in the conference?

We heard you like rankings, so to kick off The Ringer’s 2018-19 NBA Preview, we’re devoting the week to evaluating (and slapping a number on) the players, the story lines, and the odds and ends that promise to make the upcoming season one to remember.


Gobert and Derrick Favors is a better regular season combination than many of the pairings ahead of them on this list. The problem is there’s no way the two can stay on the floor together against the Warriors and the Rockets, which is one reason why the Jazz have an 1-8 playoff record against those two teams over the last two seasons. Utah head coach Quin Snyder will give Crowder the first crack at the 4 when they go small, but he will have a lot of options at the position.

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