The late Hall of Fame coach once went the route of helping saving a woman’s life while he was coaching the Utah Jazz.
National Basketball Association Hall-of-Famer Jerry Sloan was much more than just a successful basketball coach.
Jerry Sloan is one of the greatest coaches in NBA history. His career almost never happened as a change of heart prevented him from being on a plane that crashed and killed all on board.
Late Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan was an extremely underrated and successful coach. Here’s why Sloan never wanted to be the highest-paid coach.
Jerry Sloan was an NBA legend as the longtime coach of the Utah Jazz. He also assembled a huge tractor collection that he ended up selling.
If you watched The Last Dance, you might have noticed a few key figures missing from the series. While we saw Karl Malone in plenty of highlights, the Utah Jazz great didn’t appear in any interviews. After his on-court battles with Michael Jordan, the forward wasn’t willing to take part in the project. Despite that …
1998 NBA Finals Game 6 had many fans complaining at the end about a no-call on Michael Jordan. There were plenty of other bad calls in the historic game.
The 1998 NBA Finals Game 6 was the final game for Michael Jordan in a Chicago Bulls jersey and it was the most watched game in NBA history.
Karl Malone made more than $100 million in his NBA career, yet he once said $125 was too much to pay on a weekly basis for child support.
Eric Bischoff encouraged Dennis Rodman to get after Karl Malone during the 1998 NBA Finals to help further their storyline in WCW.
Hall of Fame Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan is not doing well according to fellow Hall of Famer and former Jazz superstar Karl Malone.
Karl Malone is considered one of the greatest scorers in NBA history, but he has a dark secret from his past that not many fans know about.
We thought he had the flu, but ‘The Last Dance’ has given fans a new take on Michael Jordan and Game 5 of the 1997 NBA finals
Jeff Hornacek got into coaching after his NBA career, but his success on the court didn’t translate very well to the sidelines.
Utah Jazz Hall-of-Fame point guard John Stockton was one tough dude on the basketball court, just ask Chris Webber.
There was nothing flashy about John Stockton. The former Utah Jazz point guard got the job done without the flashy no-look passes and the behind-the-back assists. Stockton played a major role in getting the Jazz to back-to-back NBA Finals appearances in the late 1990s but doesn’t usually get all the credit he deserves. NBA Hall …
Did Michael Jordan push off against Bryon Russell in 1998? Everyone has their take, but a Utah judge actually ruled it a foul 19 years later.
While Michael Jordan lit it up offensively for the Chicago Bulls, center Luc Longley said the team was built on defense.
Utah Jazz Hall-of-Fame power forward Karl Malone had his first chance at an NBA title stolen by Michael Jordan.
NBA Hall-of-Famer Karl Malone said he always turned it up a notch against the Dallas Mavericks because he felt they lied to him.
A look back at the career of Bryon Russell, who will unfortunately always be best known for being on the wrong end of ‘The Shot.’
Former Utah Jazz shooting guard Jeff Hornacek offered some advice on guarding Michael Jordan: Don’t make him mad.
Former Utah Jazz point guard John Stockton initially wanted nothing to do with the Michael Jordan documentary, “The Last Dance.”
Two-time NBA MVP Steph Curry said Michael Jordan pushed off before he hit his game-winning shot against the Utah Jazz in 1998.
The sports world stopped when Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus. Will Gobert ever play in the NBA again?
There have been a lot of talented point guards to play in the NBA. There have not been too many better than John Stockton, though. The duo of Stockton and Karl Malone was one of the best pairs of all-time. They, however, never won a championship together on the Utah Jazz as Michael Jordan and …
A look back on the career of former New York Knicks star John Starks and where the one-time NBA All-Star is today.
Karl Malone is one of the greatest players to ever play in the NBA, he just never won a ring. His net worth is still large, though.
The star point guard and the Jazz are dealing with a $100 million lawsuit stemming from an incident involving a banned fan.
The sports trading card company once bought the entire home floor from Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals for a huge amount of money.
Mike Conley’s gym was a hot topic of conversation during NBA HORSE. The loads of money he earned on the Memphis Grizzlies helped with that.
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Chris Paul is still at the top of his game and bound for the Naismith Hall of Fame while heading up the union for NBA players.
Karl Malone and John Stockton had some of the best chemistry the league has ever seen. But the two could never parlay this into an NBA Championship.
Carlos Boozer was a solid player during his NBA career. Boozer earned two All-Star selections and even scored as much as 21.1 points per game in a season with the Utah Jazz. However, many people forget that he started his NBA career with the Cleveland Cavaliers. They also forget that in the offseason after the …
Often overlooked, Karl Malone is one of the best players in NBA history. A few of his records stand out as being particularly great.
Karl Malone was dubbed “The Mailman” because he always delivered, but Malone failed to do so when the Utah Jazz needed him the most.
It’s been almost two decades since Karl Malone took the court for an NBA game. What’s happened to the Mailman since he retired?
Adrian Dantley played 17 years in the NBA and is in the Basketball Hall of Fame. Today, he’s making less than $15,000 annually and working as a crossing guard. What happened?
The NBA season is suspended due to COVID-19. While Adam Silver initially said canceling the season is possible, the NBA is reportedly not even thinking about it right now.
Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert announced a donation to two NBA cities and his native France.
Utah’s Donovan Mitchell reportedly ‘extremely frustrated’ with Jazz teammate Rudy Gobert after coronavirus diagnosis.
Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert issues apology via Istagram for his carelessness regarding the severity of the coronavirus.
The Bucks star forward has weighed in on the growing concern over the coronavirus that has led to the 2019-20 season to be suspended.
The NBA immediately moved to suspend the 2019-20 season when Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus on Wednesday night. The league’s collective bargaining agreement has outlined wording about what happens if a season is suspended because of outside events such as war or illness. By not playing games, NBA players risk …
The Jazz star guard apepars to have taken a shot at his teammate for his lack of properly handling the situation.
Although it’s quite early in the process, there is a potential timeline for how long the NBA could suspend the 2019-20 season.
Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell tested positive for the coronavirus after teammate Rudy Gobert was “careless” in touching other players.
The NBA’s suspension of play set off a chain of events throughout the league. Here’s what happened in the hours that followed.
Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert’s positive coronavirus test forces players from other NBA teams to self-quarantine.
Only four NBA teams have had female owners for a number of years: the Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Lakers, Utah Jazz, and San Antonio Spurs.