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UTAH JAZZ (17-24) at CHARLOTTE HORNETS (15-24)

Game #42 • AWAY Game #22 • Spectrum Center • CHARLOTTE


Jan. 12, 2018 • 5 p.m. (MT) • TV: AT&T SportsNet
RADIO: 1280 AM/97.5 FM

DATE
10/18
10/20
10/21
OPP.
DEN
@MIN
OKC
TIME (MT)
W, 106-96
L, 97-100
W, 96-87
RECORD/TV
1-0
1-1
2-1
LAST GAME’S STARTERS (2017-18 averages)
 Has recorded three games this season with a
10/24
10/25
10/28
@LAC
@PHX
LAL
L, 84-102
L, 88-97
W, 96-81
2-2
2-3
3-3
2 PPG • 9.8 career-high nine assists
 Has hit 3+ threes in 18 games this season,
10/30
11/1
DAL
POR
W, 104-89 4-3
W, 112-103 (OT) 5-3 JOE INGLES RPG • 4.5 and is shooting 43.3 percent from long range
11/3
11/5
TOR
@HOU
L, 100-109
L, 110-137
5-4
5-5
F • 6-8 • 226 • Australia APG • 4.3  The only Jazzman to start all 41 games this
season
11/7 PHI L, 97-104 5-6
11/10 MIA L, 74-84 5-7  Shooting career-highs in field goal (48.2),
11/11
11/13
BKN
MIN
W, 114-106
L, 98-109
6-7
6-8 8 PPG • 6.5 three-point (42.5) and free throw percentage
(89.3)
RPG • 3.7
11/15 @NYK L, 101-106 6-9
11/17
11/18
@BKN
@ORL
L, 107-118
W, 125-85
6-10
7-10 JONAS JEREBKO  Averaging 9.1 points in 15 starts this year
11/20
11/22
@PHI
CHI
L, 86-107
W, 110-80
7-11
8-11 F • 6-10 • 231 • Sweden APG • 0.7  The Jazz are 8-7 when Jonas is in the starting
lineup
11/25 MIL W, 121-108 9-11
11/28
11/30
12/1
DEN
@LAC
NOP
W, 106-77
W, 126-107
W, 114-108
10-11
11-11
12-11
33 PPG • 3.2  Ranks fourth in the NBA in blocked shots per
game as a reserve (1.1)
12/4
12/5
WAS
@OKC
W, 116-69
L, 94-100
13-11
13-12 EKPE UDOH RPG • 2.8  Made his first start against Cleveland on
12/16
12/7
12/9
HOU
@MIL
L, 101-112
L, 100-117
13-13
13-14 C • 6-10 • 245 • Baylor BPG • 1.2  Leading the team in total blocks (46)
12/13 @CHI L, 100-103 13-15

45  Leading all NBA rookies with 17 games with


12/15 @BOS W, 107-95 14-15
12/16
12/18
@CLE
@HOU
L, 100-109
L, 99-120
14-16
14-17
PPG • 18.4 20+ points
12/20
12/21
@OKC
SAS
L, 79-107
W, 100-89
14-18
15-18 DONOVAN MITCHELL RPG • 3.3  Ranks second among rookies with 87 three-
pointers made
12/23
12/26
OKC
@DEN
L, 89-103
L, 83-107
15-19
15-20
G • 6-3 • 215 • Louisville APG • 3.4  Has led Utah in scoring 18 times this season
12/27 @GSW L, 101-126 15-21
12/30 CLE W, 104-101 16-21  Scored a season-high 30 points vs. POR
3
1/3 NOP L, 98-108 16-22
1/5
1/7
@DEN
@MIA
L, 91-99
L, 102-103
16-23
16-24
PPG • 11.6 (11/1)
 Scored 20+ points in three straight games
1/10
1/12
@WAS
@CHA
W, 107-104
5 p.m.
17-24
AT&T
RICKY RUBIO RPG • 4.0 from 10/28 to 11/1
 Ranks fourth among all all-time international
APG • 4.8
1/15 IND 7 p.m. AT&T
1/17 @SAC 8 p.m. AT&T
1/19 NYK 8:30 p.m. ESPN/AT&T G • 6-4 • 190 • Spain players in point-assist double-doubles with 85
1/20 LAC 7 p.m. AT&T (since 1983-84)
1/22 @ATL 5:30 p.m. AT&T
1/24 @DET 5 p.m. AT&T
1/26 @TOR 5:30 p.m. AT&T
1/30 GSW 7 p.m. AT&T

2017-18 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS


2/2 @PHX 7 p.m. AT&T
2/3 @SAS 7 p.m. AT&T
2/5 @NOP 6 p.m. AT&T
2/7 @MEM 6 p.m. AT&T
2/9
2/11
CHA
@POR
7 p.m.
7 p.m.
AT&T
AT&T
Record Home Road OT Streaks
2/12
2/14
SAS
PHX
7 p.m.
7 p.m.
AT&T
AT&T
Overall 17-24 13-7 4-17 1-0 Overall Won 1
2/23
2/24
POR
DAL
7 p.m.
7 p.m.
AT&T
AT&T
Western 9-14 8-4 1-10 1-0 Home Lost 2
2/26
3/2
HOU
MIN
7 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
AT&T
AT&T
Eastern 8-10 5-3 3-7 0-0 Road Won 1
3/3 @SAC 7 p.m. AT&T
3/5 ORL 7 p.m. AT&T
3/7 @IND 5 p.m. AT&T
3/9 @MEM 6 p.m. AT&T
3/11 NOP 2 p.m. AT&T
3/13
3/15
3/17
DET
PHX
SAC
7 p.m.
7 p.m.
7 p.m.
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
INJURY REPORT PRONUNCIATIONS
3/20 ATL 7 p.m. AT&T
Derrick Favors – PROBABLE (right ankle sprain)
Danté Exum (DAHN-tay x-umm)
3/22 DAL 6:30 p.m. AT&T Rudy Gobert (go-BARE)
3/23 @SAS 6:30 p.m. AT&T
3/25 @GSW 6:30 p.m. AT&T Rudy Gobert – OUT (left PCL sprain, bone bruise) Joe Ingles (ING-uhls)
3/28 BOS 7:30 p.m. ESPN/AT&T Missed 11 games (12/16 – 1/7) Nazareth Mitrou-Long (ME-true)
3/30 MEM 7 p.m. AT&T
4/1 @MIN 5 p.m. AT&T Raul Neto (Hah-OOL Nett-oh)
Raul Neto – OUT (concussion, left knee bone bruise)
4/3 LAL 7 p.m. AT&T
Missed 13 games (12/13 – 1/7)
Thabo Sefolosha (TAH-bo sef-a-LOW-sha)
4/5 LAC 7 p.m. AT&T Ekpe Udoh (EPP-ay OO-Doe)
4/8 @LAL 4 p.m. AT&T
4/10 GSW 7 p.m. AT&T
Danté Exum – OUT (left shoulder surgery)
4/11 @POR 8:30 p.m. ESPN/AT&T Missed 40 games (10/18 – 1/7)

Erik McCree – G League assignment (Two-Way)


UPCOMING INFO
NEXT OPPONENT at Charlotte
2017-18 vs. Charlotte Hornets (0-0) 2016-17 vs. Charlotte Hornets (1-1)
1/12/18 @ CHA, 5 p.m. MT 11/9/16 @ CHA, L, 98-104
2/9/18 @ UTA, 7 p.m. MT 2/4/17 @ CHA, W, 105-98

All-Time vs. Hornets Total Home Road


Jazz Record: 37-18 22-5 15-13
Streaks: Won 1 Won 10 Lost 3

SERIES NOTES: Utah and Charlotte split last year’s series 1-1 … The Hornets won the first game of last year’s series … Rodney Hood
finished with 20 points in that matchup, and Derrick Favors notched 16 points and 10 boards … the Jazz took the second game to
salvage the series split … Joe Johnson had 18 points and six rebounds off the bench as Utah out-rebounded Charlotte, 51-38, and had
a 17-3 edge in second-chance points … The Jazz have won 10 straight over Charlotte at home, which is a franchise record … the last
time the Hornets won in Salt Lake City was March 1, 2006, when the franchise was the Bobcats.

CONNECTIONS: Jazz C Rudy Gobert and Hornets F Nicolas Batum are natives of France and compete on the France National Team …
Hornets F Marvin Williams played for Utah from 2012-14, appearing in 139 games, averaging 8.1 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.1 assists
Hornets G/F Treveon Graham appeared on Jazz training camp roster prior to the 2015-16 season … Hornets C Mangok Mathiang and
Jazz F Joe Ingles are both Australian natives … Mathiang and Jazz G Donovan Mitchell both attended Louisville … Jazz C Tony Bradley,
Hornets G Marcus Paige and Hornets F Marvin Williams all attended North Carolina.

NEXT OPPONENT vs. Indiana


2017-18 vs. Indiana Pacers (0-0) 2016-17 vs. Indiana Pacers (1-1)
1/15/18 @ UTA, 7 p.m. MT 1/21/17 @ UTA, W, 109-100
3/7/18 @ IND, 5 p.m. MT 3/20/17 @ IND, L, 100-107

All-Time vs. Pacers Total Home Road


Jazz Record: 42-42 28-14 14-28
Streaks: Lost 1 Won 2 Lost 1

SERIES NOTES: The Jazz split the 2016-17 season series with Indiana, 1-1, each winning one on their home court … Rudy Gobert
averaged 17.5 points, 12.5 rebounds and 4.5 blocks per game, including a career-high eight blocks on 3/20/17 … Alec Burks
recorded averages of 11.0 points and 4.0 rebounds in the two contests … In one game Derrick Favors tallied eight points, seven
rebounds, three assists, one steal and one block.

CONNECTIONS: Pacers C Al Jefferson played three seasons in Utah (2010-13) appearing in 221 games (all starts), averaging 18.5
points, 9.5 rebounds and 1.6 blocks per game … In four playoff games, Jefferson averaged 18.3 points and 8.5 rebounds per game …
Jazz Head Coach Quin Snyder, Jazz Assistant Coach Antonio Lang, Jazz G Rodney Hood and Pacers Assistant Coach/Player
Development David McClure all played collegiately Duke University … Jazz F Derrick Favors (2009-10) and Pacers F Thaddeus Young
(2006-07) both attended Georgia Tech … Young and Jazz G Joe Johnson were teammates in Brooklyn (2014-16) … Jazz G Naz Mitrou-
Long and Pacers G Cory Joseph are both Canadian natives.

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NEXT FIVE GAMES
DATE OPPONENT SITE TIME (MT) TV
Mon, 1/15 INDIANA Vivint Smart Home Arena 7 p.m. AT&T
Wed, 1/17 @ Sacramento Golden 1 Center 8 p.m. AT&T
Fri, 1/19 NEW YORK Vivint Smart Home Arena 8:30 p.m. ESPN
Sat, 1/20 L.A. CLIPPERS Vivint Smart Home Arena 7 p.m. AT&T
Mon, 1/22 @ Atlanta Phillips Arena 5:30 p.m. AT&T

Jan. 12 Jan. 15
XFINITY – Ch. 52 (693) XFINITY – Ch. 52 (693)
DirectTV – Ch. 683 (683-1) DirectTV – Ch. 683 (683-1)
DISH – 447 DISH – 445
HD Channel in parentheses; DISH channels subject to change

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This Week in Jazz History:


Jan. 14, 1993: Mark Eaton of the Utah Jazz blocked two shots in a 96-89 win over Seattle, becoming only the second player in NBA history (along
with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) to record 3,000 career blocks.

Jan. 14, 2010: 10-day contract signee Sundiata Gaines hit a game winning shot to defeat the LeBron James-led Cleveland Cavaliers 97-96 in one of
the best games in EnergySolutions Arena history.

Jan. 15, 1991: John Stockton of the Utah Jazz dished out a single-game franchise-high 28 assists in a 124-102 win over the San Antonio Spurs.

Jan. 15, 2000: Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan became the 12th coach in NBA history to reach the 700-victory plateau when the Jazz defeated the Los
Angeles Clippers 112-75 at Delta Center.

Jan. 20, 1995: Karl Malone became the 19th player ever to reach 20,000 career points after a game-high 28 points in Utah’s 94-84 win over the
visiting Cleveland Cavaliers.

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TRANSACTIONS
June 22, 2017 Selected F Tyler Lydon (24th overall) and G Josh Hart (30th overall) in the first round, F/C Thomas Bryant (42nd overall) and G
Nigel Williams-Goss (55th overall) in the second round … Acquired the draft
rights to C Tony Bradley (28th overall) from the L.A. Lakers in exchange for the draft
rights to F/C Thomas Bryant (42nd overall) and G Josh Hart (30th overall)… Acquired the draft rights of G Donovan Mitchell from
Denver in exchange for F Trey Lyles and the draft rights of F Tyler Lydon.
June 30, 2017 Acquired G Ricky Rubio from Minnesota in exchange for a 2018 1st round draft pick (from OKC).
July 5, 2017 Signed first-round picks Donovan Mitchell and Tony Bradley.
July 13, 2017 Waived F Boris Diaw.
July 17, 2017 Signed free agent F Jonas Jerebko.
July 18, 2017 Signed free agent F Thabo Sefolosha.
July 19, 2017 Signed free agent F Royce O’Neale.
July 20, 2017 Signed free agent F Ekpe Udoh... Signed free agent C/F Eric Griffin to a two-way contract.
July 21, 2017 Re-signed free agent F Joe Ingles.
August 14, 2017 Announced the addition of Mike Elliot as vice president of performance health care.
August 16, 2017 Named Eric Waters head athletic trainer.
September 11, 2017 Signed free agent G Nazareth Mitrou-Long.
September 13, 2017 Signed free agent G Nate Wolters… Named David Morway and Justin Zanik as assistant general managers… Promoted Steven
Schwartz to director of basketball operations.
September 26, 2017 Signed free agent G/F Taylor Braun.
October 7, 2017 Waived G/F Taylor Braun.
October 9, 2017 Signed G Torian Graham.
October 12, 2017 Waived G Torian Graham.
October 13, 2017 Signed F Kendall Pollard.
October 14, 2017 Waived F Kendall Pollard and G Nazareth Mitrou-Long.
October 16, 2017 Waived F Joel Bolomboy.
October 27, 2017 Assigned C Tony Bradley to the Salt Lake City Stars.
October 28, 2017 Recalled C Tony Bradley from the Salt Lake City Stars.
October 30, 2017 Assigned C Tony Bradley to the Salt Lake City Stars.
October 31, 2017 Recalled C Tony Bradley from the Salt Lake City Stars.
November 7, 2017 Assigned C Tony Bradley and F Royce O’Neale to the Salt Lake City Stars.
November 7, 2017 Recalled C Tony Bradley and F Royce O’Neale from the Salt Lake City Stars.
November 8, 2017 Assigned C Tony Bradley and F Royce O’Neale to the Salt Lake City Stars.
November 9, 2017 Recalled C Tony Bradley and F Royce O’Neale from the Salt Lake City Stars.
November 27, 2017 Assigned C Tony Bradley to the Salt Lake City Stars.
November 28, 2017 Recalled C Tony Bradley from the Salt Lake City Stars.
December 2, 2017 Assigned C Tony Bradley to the Salt Lake City Stars.
December 5, 2017 Recalled C Tony Bradley from the Salt Lake City Stars.
December 6, 2017 Assigned C Tony Bradley to the Salt Lake City Stars.
December 16, 2017 Recalled C Tony Bradley from the Salt Lake City Stars.
December 21, 2017 Waived G Eric Griffin.
December 21, 2017 Signed F Erik McCree from the Sioux Falls Skyforce to a two-way contract.
December 22, 2017 Waived G Nate Wolters.
December 23, 2017 Signed G Naz Mitrou-Long from the Salt Lake City Stars to a two-way contract.
December 25, 2017 Assigned C Tony Bradley to the Salt Lake City Stars.
December 28, 2017 Recalled C Tony Bradley from the Salt Lake City Stars.
December 29, 2017 Assigned C Tony Bradley to the Salt Lake City Stars.
January 2, 2018 Recalled C Tony Bradley from the Salt Lake City Stars.
January 5, 2018 Assigned C Tony Bradley to the Salt Lake City Stars.
January 9, 2018 Recalled C Tony Bradley from the Salt Lake City Stars.

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CLIFF NOTES
STARTING LINEUPS (most recent in bold)
Total Games (Game #) GUARD (1) GUARD (2) FORWARD (3) FORWARD (4) CENTER (5) W-L PCT.
10 (1, 3-4, 12, 24-29) Rubio Mitchell Ingles Favors Gobert 4-6 .400
8 (2, 5-11) Rubio Hood Ingles Favors Gobert 3-5 .375
5 (13, 36-37, 39-40) Rubio Mitchell Ingles Sefolosha Favors 2-3 .400
12 (14-15, 17-23, 34-35, 38) Rubio Mitchell Ingles Jerebko Favors 6-6 .500
1 (16) Mitchell Hood Ingles Jerebko Favors 0-1 .000
2 (30-31) Rubio Mitchell Ingles Johnson Udoh 0-2 .000
1 (32) Rubio Hood Ingles Johnson Favors 0-1 .000
1 (33) Rubio Hood Ingles Jerebko Favors 1-0 1.00
1 (41) Rubio Mitchell Ingles Jerebko Udoh 1-0 1.00

TEAM LEADERS (includes ties)


Player Pts Reb Ast 10+Pt 20+Pt 30+Pt 10+Rbs 10+Ast 10P/10R 10P/10A 10P/10B 10P/R/A 10P/R/BS
Bradley
Burks 3 2 17 4
Exum
Favors 3 18 1 24 5 10 8
Griffin
Gobert 2 14 1 12 1 7 8
Hood 11 1 26 9 2
Ingles 1 2 16 22
Jerebko 2 7
Johnson 1 6 1
Mitchell 18 1 9 32 16 3
Neto 1 2 1 1
O’Neale 1 1 4
Rubio 4 1 18 27 5 1 2 3 2 2
Sefolosha 3 15 2 2
Udoh 4 2
Wolters
STREAKS & LARGEST LEADS/DEFICITS THIS SEASON
Most consecutive wins 6 (11/22–12/4) Most consecutive losses 4 (12/5–12/13)
Most consecutive home wins 5 (11/22–12/4) Most consecutive road wins --
Most consecutive home losses 3 (11/3–11/7) Most consecutive road losses 6 (10/20–11/17)
Largest Margin of Victory 47 (12/4) Worst Margin of Defeat 28 (12/20)
Largest Lead – Game 47 vs. WAS (12/4) Largest Deficit – Game 33 @ OKC (12/20)
Largest Deficit overcome to win 16 vs. NOP 12/1 Largest blown lead in loss 17 @ OKC (12/5)
Double-Digit Deficit comebacks 5 (10/18, 10/30, 12/1, 12/30, Double-Digit Lead losses 5 (10/25, 11/10, 11/15,
1/10) 11/17, 12/5)
Wire-to-wire victories 1 (10/28) Wire-to-wire losses 2 (12/20, 1/7)
Jazz Shot Clock Violations 18 Opponent Shot Clock Violations 14
Jazz Defensive 3 Seconds 5 Opponent Defensive 3 Seconds 5
Jazz Delay of Game 4 Opponent Delay of Game 5
Jazz Technical Fouls 1 Quin Snyder vs. LAL (10/28) Opponent Technical Fouls 1 Steven Adams vs. OKC (10/21)
1 Jonas Jerebko vs. POR (11/1) 1 Carmelo Anthony vs. OKC (10/21)
3 Thabo Sefolosha vs. POR (11/1), @ 1 TJ Warren at PHX (10/28)
MIL (12/9), vs. CLE (12/30) 1 Damian Lillard vs. POR (11/1)
2 Rudy Gobert at HOU (11/5), vs. 1 Jakob Poeltl vs. TOR (11/3)
WAS (12/4) 1 Dario Saric vs. PHI (11/7)
1 Donovan Mitchell at PHI (11/20) 1 Trevor Booker vs. BKN (11/11)
1 Raul Neto vs. MIL (11/25) 1 Taj Gibson vs. MIN (11/13)
1 Quin Snyder at OKC (12/20) 1 DeMarre Carroll at BKN (11/17)
2 Rodney Hood at WAS (1/10) 1 Aaron Gordon at ORL (11/18)
1 D.J. Augustin at ORL (11/18)
1 DeAndre Jordan at LAC (11/30)
1 Alvin Gentry vs. NOP (12/1)
1 Russell Westbrook at OKC (12/5)
1 James Harden vs. HOU (12/7)
1 P.J. Tucker vs. HOU (12/7)
1 Fred Hoiberg at CHI (12/13)
1 LeBron James vs. CLE (12/30)
Jazz Ejections 1 Rodney Hood at WAS (1/10) Opponent Ejections 1 Nikola Jokić at DEN (12/26)
Jazz Flagrant Fouls 1 Rodney Hood vs. TOR (11/3) Opponent Flagrant Fouls 1 Marreese Speights at ORL (11/18)
1 Nikola Jokić at DEN (12/26)

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GAMES MISSED
PLAYER REASON GAMES MISSED W/L
Exum Left shoulder surgery 41 (10/18–1/10) 17-24
Favors Eye laceration 1 (12/16) 0-1
Concussion protocol 1 (12/18) 0-1
Right ankle sprain 1 (1/10) 1-0
TOTAL 3 1-2
Gobert Right tibia contusion 11 (11/11–12/1) 7-4
Left PCL sprain/bone bruise 12 (12/16–1/10) 3-9
TOTAL 23 10-13
Neto Right hamstring 1 (10/18) 1-0
Left hamstring soreness 2 (11/30–12/1) 2-0
Right foot soreness 1 (12/5) 0-1
Concussion/left knee bone bruise 14 (12/13–1/10) 4-10
TOTAL 18 7-11
Mild left lower leg strain 2 (10/21–24) 1-1
Hood Left ankle soreness 7 (11/28–12/9) 4-3
TOTAL 9 5-4
Johnson Right wrist tendon instability 21 (11/1–12/13) 9-12
Rubio Right Achilles soreness 1 (11/17) 0-1
Sefolosha Right knee soreness 1 (11/17) 0-1
Mitchell Right great toe contusion 2 (12/20–21) 1-1
TOTAL GAMES MISSED 119 --
PLAYERTOTAL GAMES
GAMES INACTIVE
MISSED (INJURIES/ILLNESSES
GAMES DNP-CD ONLY) GAMES DND – 119
GAMES NWT – -- GAMES NWT –
injury/illness personal injury/illness
Exum 41 -- -- -- --
Favors 2 -- 1 -- --
Neto 16 6 1 -- --
Bradley 16 17 -- -- --
Griffin 32 -- -- -- --
Wolters 20 8 -- -- --
Hood 5 -- 4 -- --
Johnson 20 -- 1 -- --
O’Neale -- 12 -- -- --
Burks -- 1 -- -- --
Gobert 15 -- 8 -- --
Sefolosha 1 3 -- -- --
Udoh -- 3 -- -- --
Mitchell -- -- 2 -- --
McCree 9 -- -- -- --
Mitrou-Long -- 7 -- -- --
Jerebko -- 8 -- -- --

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LAST FIVE GAMES
Game #41 January 10, 2018 Capital One Arena Utah Jazz 107, Washington Wizards 104
Utah snapped a three-game losing slide in Washington, 107-104, picking up their fifth consecutive win against Washington dating back to
the 2015-16 season. Ricky Rubio led the Jazz with 21 points (9-of-17 FG), three assists and three steals. Ekpe Udoh posted a season-high
16 points to go with nine rebounds, four steals and two blocks. Joe Johnson gave the Jazz a spark off the bench with 16 points, four
rebounds, four assists, and three steals. John Wall led all scorers with 35 points, 11 assists, six rebounds, notching his 13 th double-double of
the season.
ATTENDANCE: 15,640 JAZZ Wizards
High Points Rubio – 21 Wall – 35
High Rebounds Udoh – 9 Gortat – 8
High Assists Ingles – 6 Wall – 11

Game #40 January 7, 2018 AmericanAirlines Arena Utah Jazz 102, Miami Heat 103
The Jazz came up short in Miami, 103-102, to finish 0-2 against the Heat for the season. Donovan Mitchell missed a jumper at the buzzer
which would have given Utah the win. Mitchell scored a game-high 27 points (12-of-25 FG), while Derrick Favors recorded his eighth double-
double of the year (11 points and 10 rebounds). Utah had a 16-6 advantage in fast break scoring. Rodney Hood tallied 17 points off the
bench. All five Heat starters scored in double figures, led by Goran Dragić and Tyler Johnson, who had 16 points apiece. The game featured
18 lead changes.
ATTENDANCE: 19,600 (Sellout) JAZZ Heat
High Points Mitchell – 27 Dragić/T. Johnson – 16
High Rebounds Favors – 10 J. Johnson – 11
High Assists Rubio – 6 Richardson – 7

Game #39 January 5, 2018 Pepsi Center Utah Jazz 91, Denver Nuggets 99
The Jazz, despite outrebounding the Nuggets 53-37, could not come away with the victory, falling short in Denver, 91-99. Utah and Denver
split the season series, 2-2, each winning on their home court. The Nuggets pulled away in the third quarter, outscoring the Jazz 38-16.
Donovan Mitchell and Ricky Rubio led Utah with 15 points apiece. Derrick Favors notched his seventh double-double of the season with 14
points and 10 rebounds. Joe Ingles tied his season-high assists (9) to go with nine points and six rebounds. Trey Lyles posted a career-high
26 points, seven rebounds, one assist and two steals in 28 minutes off the bench for Denver. Nuggets guard Jamal Murray also finished with
26 points, six rebounds and three assists.
ATTENDANCE: 15,557 JAZZ Nuggets
High Points Mitchell/Rubio – 15 Murray/Lyles – 26
High Rebounds Favors – 10 Jokic – 10
High Assists Ingles – 9 Barton – 8

Game #38 January 3, 2018 Vivint Smart Home Arena Utah Jazz 98, New Orleans Pelicans 108
The Jazz received a team-high 24 points from Donovan Mitchell and a season-best 20 points from Joe Johnson, but Utah fell to New Orleans,
98-108, to even the season series with the Pelicans, 1-1. The Jazz forced the Pelicans into 20 turnovers and scored 18 points off those
miscues, but New Orleans maintained a strong advantage on second-chance points (17-4) and three-pointers (14-of-30; Utah 7-of-32). Utah
finished with a 37-18 edge in bench points. Both teams combined to shot 27-of-29 (.931) from the foul line. Anthony Davis (29 points and 15
rebounds) and DeMarcus Cousins (19 points and 11 rebounds) each notched double-doubles for New Orleans, and Jrue Holiday tallied 24
points.
ATTENDANCE: 18,306 (Sellout) JAZZ Pelicans
High Points Mitchell – 24 Davis – 29
High Rebounds Favors – 9 Davis – 15
High Assists Rubio – 7 Moore/Holiday – 5

Game #37 December 30, 2017 Vivint Smart Home Arena Utah Jazz 104, Cleveland Cavaliers 101
The Jazz overcame a 14-point deficit in the first quarter to beat the Cavaliers, 104-101. Thabo Sefolosha had 12 rebounds to tie his season
high (at LAC on 10/24/17), and had 10 points for his 14th career double-double and second double-double this season. Donovan Mitchell led
the Jazz with 29 points on 10-of-17 shooting. Ricky Rubio grabbed 10 rebounds to record his second point/rebound double-double of the
season, and his fourth double-double overall this season. The Jazz outscored the Cavaliers in the paint 52-38. Derrick Favors tied his season
high three steals (at Houston on 11/5/17). LeBron James led the Cavaliers with 29 points, eight rebounds and six assists.
ATTENDANCE: 18,306 (Sellout) JAZZ Cavaliers
High Points Mitchell – 29 James – 29
High Rebounds Sefolosha – 12 Love – 10
High Assists Rubio – 8 James – 6

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ALL THAT JAZZ
MR. DECEMBER HIGHEST PPG BY A ROOKIE IN
Donovan Mitchell was named the Kia NBA Western Conference Rookie of the Month for DECEMBER (since 1987-88)
games played during December. Mitchell is the fourth player in franchise history to win the Player Year PPG
monthly rookie honor, joining Karl Malone, Trey Burke and Rodney Hood. Mitchell’s 1 David Robinson 1989 24.0
highlights for the month include: 2 LeBron James 2003 23.2
Averaged 23.1 points per game, which ranks among the top rookie scoring efforts 3 Donovan Mitchell 2017 23.1
for the month of December in recent history (see accompanying chart). 4 Blake Griffin 2010 23.0
Tallied seven 25-plus point outings for the month. The last rookie to have at least 5 Allen Iverson 1996 22.6
seven 25+ point games in the month of December was David Robinson in 1989-
90 (8).
Became just the fourth rookie since 1963-64 to record at least 300 points, 40 rebounds, 40 assists and 20 steals in
December (LeBron James – 2003-04, Ron Harper – 1986-87, Michael Jordan – 1984-85).
Led all rookies with 9.1 fourth quarter points per game in December and was tied for third among all players.
His 41-point performance vs. New Orleans on 12/1 was a Jazz single-game rookie record, and the first 40-point game by a
rookie since Blake Griffin in 2010-11.

HOOD’S UP
Rodney Hood ranks fourth in the NBA in bench points among players who have appeared PTS OFF THE BENCH (min. 10 games)
in at least 10 games. Hood averages 16.1 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.9 assists off the Player GP PPG
bench this season. He has recorded two 30-plus point scoring efforts off the bench this 1 Lou Williams 30 21.8
season, making him the first Jazzman with multiple 30+ scoring games off the bench in a 2 Tyreke Evans 19 17.7
single season since Thurl Bailey had four in 1988-89. 3 Eric Gordon 17 16.5
4 Rodney Hood 21 16.1
KEEPING THEM UNDER 100
Utah is 10-3 this season when holding its opponent under 100 points. The Jazz rank fifth in the league in points allowed (101.8). Last
season the Jazz had a 34-8 record when keeping opponents under the century mark.

KEEP YOUR GUARD UP LAST 5 ROOKIE GUARDS TO SHOOT 75% IN A GAME


(min. 15 FGA)
Donovan Mitchell scored 29 points on 12-of-16 shooting from the field vs. Player Season FGM-A (%)
Oklahoma City on 12/23. According to Basketball Reference, Mitchell is the first
1 Donovan Mitchell 2017-18 12-16 (.750)
rookie guard since Russell Westbrook in 2008 to shoot 75 percent or better
2 Russell Westbrook 2008-09 12-16 (.750)
from the field in a single game with a minimum of 15 FGA.
3 Anthony Morrow 2008-09 15-20 (.750)
THEIR MISTAKE, OUR REWARD 4 Vinny Del Negro 1988-89 13-16 (.813)
The Jazz scored 27 points off 23 Washington turnovers on 1/10. Utah has found 5 Hersey Hawkins 1988-89 12-16 (.750)
success this season converting on opponents’ miscues; they are averaging 17.3 points off turnovers. The Jazz have been a defensively
sound team this season, ranking second in steals per game (9.2) and sixth in turnovers forced (15.6).

FEELING CHARITABLE AT THE STRIPE


Utah is currently second in the NBA in free-throw percentage (.808). The Jazz have finished a season shooting 80.0 percent or better
from the charity stripe only once (1979-80).

DONOVAN MITCH3LL
Donovan Mitchell is first among all rookies in scoring average on the year (18.4). Additionally, Mitchell has connected on 87 three-
pointers this season, which is second most among first-year players. Mitchell has tallied 17 games with 20-plus points this season,
which is the most such games for any rookie.
NBA ROOKIE PPG LEADERS MOST 3PM AMONG ROOKIES IN 2017-18 ROOKIE 20+ POINT GAMES IN 2017-18
Player Team PPG Player Team 3PM Player Team Games
1 Donovan Mitchell UTA 18.4 1 Lauri Markkanen CHI 94 1 Donovan Mitchell UTA 17
2 Ben Simmons PHI 16.9 2 Donovan Mitchell UTA 87 2 Kyle Kuzma LAL 14
3 Kyle Kuzma LAL 16.9 3 Kyle Kuzma LAL 77 3 Ben Simmons PHI 12
4 Lauri Markkanen CHI 15.4 4 Jayson Tatum BOS 60 4 Lauri Markkanen CHI 8
5 Dennis Smith DAL 14.0 5 Lonzo Ball LAL 54 5 Dennis Smith DAL 6

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MITCHELL’S BIG NIGHT
Donovan Mitchell poured in a career-high 41 points against New Orleans, breaking a Jazz rookie record for points in a game. Mitchell
became the first rookie to score 40+ points since Blake Griffin in 2011, and it is the first 40-point game by a Jazzman since Al
Jefferson on April 12, 2013.
ACTIVE PLAYERS WITH 40+ AS A ROOKIE
JAZZ TOP ROOKIE SCORING NIGHTS LAST 40+ SCORING NIGHTS BY A ROOKIE
Player Games
Player Date PTS Player Date PTS
Blake Griffin 2
1 Donovan Mitchell 12/1/17 41 1 Donovan Mitchell 12/1/17 41
Carmelo Anthony 1
2 Darrell Griffith 2/13/81 38 2 Blake Griffin 1/17/11 47
Stephen Curry 1
3 Darrell Griffith 10/31/80 37 3 Blake Griffin 11/20/10 44
Kevin Durant 1
4 Jerry Eaves 3/16/83 35 4 Stephen Curry 4/14/10 42
Eric Gordon 1
5 Darrell Griffith 1/26/81 35 5 Rodrigue Beaubois 3/27/10 40
LeBron James 1
Donovan Mitchell 1
BURKS’ BENCH BOOST
Alec Burks was a force off the bench for the Jazz in the month of December, ranking fourth in bench points among players who
appeared in at least 15 games. In December, he averaged 11.5 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.6 assists. Burks shot 43.0 percent from
the field and had three 20+ scoring games in the month.

LEAGUE OF NATIONS
The Jazz enter the 2017-18 season with eight international players on the roster, the most in the NBA.

Utah Jazz International Players


Jazz Player Country
Danté Exum Australia
Rudy Gobert France
Joe Ingles Australia
Jonas Jerebko Sweden
Naz Mitrou-Long Canada
Raul Neto Brazil
Ricky Rubio Spain
TIMELESS JOE JOHNSON Thabo Sefolosha Switzerland

TIMELESS JOE JOHNSON


Joe Johnson continues to work his way up the charts in NBA history and among active players is in many top-10 categories:
ACTIVE NBA POINTS LEADERS ACTIVE NBA MINUTES LEADERS
Rank Player Team PTS Rank Player Team MP
1 Dirk Nowitzki DAL 30,796 1 Dirk Nowitzki DAL 49,755
2 LeBron James CLE 29,874 2 Vince Carter SAC 43,522
3 Carmelo Anthony OKC 24,877 3 Joe Johnson UTA 43,457
4 Vince Carter SAC 24,656 4 LeBron James CLE 42,750
5 Dwyane Wade CLE 21,734 5 Jason Terry MIL 41,365
6 Pau Gasol SAS 20,425 6 Pau Gasol SAS 39,821
7 Joe Johnson UTA 20,182 7 Jamal Crawford MIN 36,931
8 Kevin Durant GSW 20,015 8 Carmelo Anthony OKC 36,679
9 Jason Terry MIL 18,735 9 Tony Parker SAS 36,574
10 Tony Parker SAS 18,668 10 Andre Iguodala GSW 34,783

ACTIVE NBA 3FG LEADERS ACTIVE NBA FG LEADERS


Rank Player Team 3FG Rank Player Team FG
1 Jason Terry MIL 2,244 1 Dirk Nowitzki DAL 10,892
2 Kyle Korver CLE 2,148 2 LeBron James CLE 10,839
3 Jamal Crawford MIN 2,099 3 Vince Carter SAC 8,915
4 Vince Carter SAC 2,066 4 Carmelo Anthony OKC 8,885
5 Stephen Curry GSW 2,033 5 Dwyane Wade CLE 7,899
6 Joe Johnson UTA 1,952 6 Pau Gasol SAS 7,809
7 Dirk Nowitzki DAL 1,852 7 Joe Johnson UTA 7,736
8 J.R. Smith CLE 1,844 8 Tony Parker SAS 7,450
9 LeBron James CLE 1,544 9 Zach Randolph SAC 7,301
10 James Harden HOU 1,527 10 Jason Terry MIL 6,863

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JAZZ VS. THE LEAGUE
2017-18 OPPONENTS 2017-18 OPPONENTS – cont’d.
TEAM HOME ROAD TOTAL TEAM HOME ROAD TOTAL
Atlanta Minnesota 0-1 0-1 0-2
Boston 1-0 1-0 New Orleans 1-1 1-1
Brooklyn 1-0 0-1 1-1 New York 0-1 0-1
Charlotte Oklahoma City 1-1 0-2 1-3
Chicago 1-0 0-1 1-1 Orlando 1-0 1-0
Cleveland 1-0 0-1 1-1 Philadelphia 0-1 0-1 0-2
Dallas 1-0 1-0 Phoenix 0-1 0-1
Denver 2-0 0-2 2-2 Portland 1-0 1-0
Detroit Sacramento
Golden State 0-1 0-1 San Antonio 1-0 1-0
Houston 0-1 0-2 0-3 Toronto 0-1 0-1
Indiana Washington 1-0 1-0 2-0
L.A. Clippers 1-1 1-1 vs. WESTERN 8-4 1-10 9-13
L.A. Lakers 1-0 1-0 CONFERENCE
Memphis vs. EASTERN 5-3 3-7 8-10
Miami 0-1 0-1 0-2 CONFERENCE
Milwaukee 1-0 0-1 1-1 TOTAL 13-7 4-17 17-24

BACK-TO-BACKS
The Jazz have 16 back-to-back sets (six – road/road, three – home/road, four – road/home, three – home/home) during the 2017-18 season. Utah,
Memphis and Sacramento each have a league-high 16 back-to-backs. Last season, the Jazz went 8-9 on the second game of a back-to-back, which
was tied for the 9th-best record in the league on zero days’ rest.

FIRST GAME SECOND GAME


DATE/OPPONENT SCORE DATE/OPPONENT SCORE
10/20/17 @ Minnesota L, 97-100 10/21/17 vs. Oklahoma City W, 96-87
10/24/17 @ LA Clippers L, 84-102 10/25/17 @ Phoenix L, 88-97
11/10/17 vs. Miami L, 74-84 11/11/17 vs. Brooklyn W, 114-106
11/17/17 @ Brooklyn L, 107-118 11/18/17 @ Orlando W, 125-85
11/30/17 @ LA Clippers W, 126-107 12/1/17 vs. New Orleans W, 114-108
12/4/17 vs. Washington W, 116-69 12/5/17 @ Oklahoma City L, 94-100
12/15/17 @ Boston W, 107-95 12/16/17 @ Cleveland L, 100-109
12/20/17 @ Oklahoma City L, 79-107 12/21/17 vs. San Antonio W, 100-89
12/26/17 @ Denver L, 83-107 12/27/17 @ Golden State L, 101-126
1/19/18 vs. New York -- 1/20/18 vs. LA Clippers --
2/2/18 @ Phoenix -- 2/3/18 @ San Antonio --
2/11/18 @ Portland -- 2/12/18 vs. San Antonio --
2/23/18 vs. Portland -- 2/24/18 vs. Dallas --
3/2/18 vs. Minnesota -- 3/3/18 @ Sacramento --
3/22/18 @ Dallas -- 3/23/18 @ San Antonio --
4/10/18 vs. Golden State -- 4/11/18 @ Portland --

TOTAL FIRST GAME SECOND GAME


Road-Road 4 1-3 1-3
Home-Road 1 1-0 0-1
Road-Home 3 1-2 2-1
Home-Home 1 0-1 1-0
TOTAL 9 3-6 5-4

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CLIMBING THE LADDER
Jazz F/C Derrick Favors, Jazz C Rudy Gobert, Jazz F Joe Ingles, Jazz G Rodney Hood and Jazz G/F Joe Johnson are making their
presence felt in the Jazz record books. These Jazzmen have entered the elite in several all-time categories and look to keep climbing
during the 2017-18 season.

Field Goal Percentage Three-Pointers Made (since 1979-80) Three-Point Percentage (since 1979-80)
Rank Player FG% Rank Player 3PM Rank Player 3FG%
1 Rudy Gobert .611 1 John Stockton 845 1 Jeff Hornacek .428
2 Adrian Dantley .562 2 Gordon Hayward 689 2 Kyle Korver .416
3 Carlos Boozer .544 3 Bryon Russell 540 3 Randy Foye .410
4 Ronnie Brewer .523 4 Darrell Griffith 530 4 Richard Jefferson .409
5 Adam Keefe .521 5 Mehmet Okur 517 5 Joe Ingles .406
6 Karl Malone .517 6 Deron Williams 511 6 George Hill .403
7t Paul Millsap .516 7 Jeff Hornacek 439 7 Kelly Tripucka .397
7t Blue Edwards .516 8 Rodney Hood 423 8 John Crotty .393
9 John Stockton .515 9 9 Raul Neto .391
Joe Ingles 371
10 Derrick Favors .513 10 Joe Johnson .388
10 C.J. Miles 334 *minimum 100 games and 50 3FGM
*minimum 100 games and 500 FGM

Rebounds Per Game Blocked Shots Blocks Per Game


Rank Player RPG Rank Player BLK Rank Player BPG
1 Truck Robinson 14.9 1 Mark Eaton 3,064 1 Mark Eaton 3.51*
2 Carlos Boozer 10.5 2 Andrei Kirilenko 1,380 2 Rudy Gobert 2.20
3 Karl Malone 10.2 3 Greg Ostertag 1,253 3 Andrei Kirilenko 2.00
4 Rudy Gobert 9.8 4 Karl Malone 1,125 4 Greg Ostertag 1.79
5 Al Jefferson 9.5 5 Thurl Bailey 879 5 Ben Poquette 1.61
6 Otto Moore 8.7 t6 Rudy Gobert 620 6 Al Jefferson 1.55
7 Rich Kelley 8.0 t6 Derrick Favors 620 7 Otto Moore 1.40
8 Mark Eaton 7.9 8 Paul Millsap 520 8 Derrick Favors 1.34
9 Ron Behagen 7.8 9 Ben Poquette 517 9 Thurl Bailey 1.24
10 Mehmet Okur 7.6 10 Rich Kelley 498 10 Truck Robinson 1.14

*indicates NBA record

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WHAT’S THE WORD?
Several coaches and players from around the league have taken notice of Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell’s dominant play this season.
Below are notable quotes from figures in the NBA:

Washington Wizards head coach Scott Brooks:


“Yeah, one of the best young players. I guess you don’t even need to say that, he’s one of the best players in the league right now. He’s
playing with a confidence, he’s playing with a swagger, he’s playing with a toughness, he’s playing with a pace, he’s making shots, he’s
attacking, he’s making plays. He’s a terrific player.”

Houston Rockets head coach Mike D’Antoni:


“He’s really good. He’s really good. He’s going to be a force for a long time with his attitude, the way he plays. He already plays like a
veteran. He’s impressive.”

Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul:


“One thing you can’t teach is the passion for the game and the aggression. You see how much he loves it, how he comes out and
competes every night. Utah got a gem in him.”

Houston Rockets guard James Harden:


“…Even guys like Mitchell from the Jazz, the rookie, he got game and I can take some things from him.”

New Orleans Pelicans head coach Alvin Gentry:


“Obviously, Donovan [Mitchell] played a great game, kept pressure on our defense the whole game driving to the basket and when he
didn’t drive, shooting the three-point shot. I think he’s got the chance to be a great player.”

New Orleans Pelicans center DeMarcus Cousins:


“They hit some shots. They hit big shots. The rookie [Donovan Mitchell] had a hell of a game. He dominated from start to finish. So they
hit some big shots. Utah got a really good one.”

Los Angeles Clippers guard Austin Rivers:


“… He’s crazy. He’s the best rookie in the NBA… If you don’t count Ben Simmons – excluding Ben Simmons, he’s the best rookie in the
NBA. Him and Tatum… Donovan Mitchell is the best rookie in the NBA, bottom line.”

Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg:


“He’s a monster. He’s a guy that can finish, he can shoot. The thing he’s doing an unbelievable job of is playmaking. He has the ability
to play out of the pick-and-roll and make the right play. They’re as good as there is in the league at making the pocket pass and
spacing, and Mitchell makes a lot of those plays for them. He’s a highflyer, he’s an absolute stud, he’s going to be a big-time player.”

NBA legend Kevin Garnett:


“This kid has an alpha about himself that you have to pay attention to.”

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Paul George:


“He’s really good. He’s a tough, fearless kid. We all saw that working out with him this past summer. I knew he was going to blossom.”

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James:


“He’s a player. Kid’s got a lot of game. They’ve been riding that wave all season, since they realized what they’ve actually got. He’s not
afraid of the moment, he just goes out there and plays ball. They put him in situations where he can succeed and he’s just trying to
take advantage of that.”

Cleveland Cavaliers center Kevin Love:


“He continues to get better. He’s been great for them throughout this entire year. He’s really good at splitting the double-teams and
getting to the rack, finding different players and he’s an electric type player. He plays above the rim and can really shoot it.”

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COMMUNITY CORNER
JAZZ 2017-18 COMMUNITY HIGHLIGHTS:
The Utah Jazz and Mountain America Credit Union announced that 5 For
The Fight is this season’s third recipient of “Pass It Along,” a program
featuring fan nomination opportunities that rewards five local charitable
organizations with $5,000 each. 5 For the Fight, which aims to raise
funds to accelerate the pace of innovative cancer research, was
presented with a $5,000 donation prior to the Jan. 3 game vs. New
Orleans at Vivint Smart Home Arena.
Utah Jazz guard Ricky Rubio has received the November NBA Cares
Community Assist Award presented by Kaiser Permanente in recognition
of his many efforts to raise awareness and support research for lung
cancer, the NBA announced Dec. 29. The award recognizes an NBA
player each month who best reflects the passion that the league and its
players share for giving back to their communities. Kaiser Permanente
and the NBA are honoring Rubio for his work to generate awareness, funds and support for lung cancer research, a disease he lost
his mother to in 2016. In support of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Rubio visited the Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City,
spending quality time with patients undergoing chemotherapy, and meeting with surgeons and researchers to learn about the latest
lung cancer treatments and ways he could help the cause. Rubio also hosted “Ricky Rubio Lung Cancer Awareness Night” during the
Jazz’s Nov. 25 game against the Milwaukee Bucks, donating 500 tickets to both the institute and Special Olympics. Before the Jazz’s
home game against Cleveland on Dec. 30, NBA Cares Ambassador Bob Lanier will present the award to Rubio during an on-court
ceremony. Kaiser Permanente and the NBA will donate $10,000 on Rubio’s behalf to 5 For the Fight Foundation.

The Utah Jazz Dancers got into the holiday spirit by hosting 12 Days of Giving, where they gave back to the local community through
a variety of service projects and ticket giveaways. The 12 Days of Giving, held in conjunction with the NBA Seasons of Giving, tipped
off Dec. 5 with a giveaway for a pair of lower bowl tickets to the Jazz vs. Indiana Pacers game on Jan. 15. The events included a ticket
giveaway to Disney On Ice (Dec. 8), visiting children at a local hospital (Dec. 11), taking local youth to see a movie at a Megaplex
Theatre (Dec. 12), craft day with residents at the Chateau Brickyard Senior Living Center (Dec. 13), a ticket giveaway to Maroon 5
(Dec. 14), attending a performance of The Nutcracker at Capital Theatre with a group of youth (Dec. 15), reading to first-graders at
Academy Park Elementary (Dec. 19), a ticket giveaway to Brad Paisley (Dec. 20), hosting an 11-year-old Make-A-Wish recipient,
whose wish is to meet the Utah Jazz Dancers (Dec. 21), and volunteering at the Utah Food Bank (Dec. 22).

JAZZ PERSONNEL WITH G LEAGUE CONNECTIONS


Name Role with Jazz G League Team/Years Served Role with G League Team
Quin Snyder Head Coach Austin Toros (2007-10) Head Coach
Alex Jensen Assistant Coach Canton Charge (2011-13) Head Coach
Lamar Skeeter Assistant Coach/Player
Canton Charge (2012-13) Basketball Operations Intern
Development
JAZZ IN THE G LEAGUE Zach Guthrie Asst. Coach/Basketball
Austin Toros (2007-10) Basketball Operations Intern
The NBA G League has served as a Strategy
DeSagana Diop Asst. Coach/Player
developmental tool for players and Coaching Associate Texas Legends (2014-16)
Development
front office personnel alike since its Mike Elliott Vice President of Head Athletic
inception in 2001. Several members Greenville Groove (2002-03)
Performance Healthcare Trainer/Strength Coach
of the Jazz coaching and basketball Nixon Dorvilien Head Athletic
Assistant Athletic Trainer Austin Toros (2010-11)
operations staff have spent time Trainer/Strength Coach
honing their skills in the G League, as Steven Schwartz Director of Basketball
Austin Toros (2009-12) Basketball Operations Intern
Operations
displayed in the accompanying chart.
Bart Taylor Director of Scouting/Stars
G LEAGUE FOOTNOTES VP of Basketball Austin Toros (2010-11) Basketball Operations Intern
Operations
Jazz Head Coach Quin Snyder David Fredman Director of Pro Player
Utah Flash (2007-08) General Manager
had more wins and guided Personnel
more players to the NBA than Steve Klei Basketball Operations
Video Analyst Canton Charge (2015-16)
Assistant
any other D League coach
during his coaching tenure.
Snyder worked alongside Jazz Director of Basketball Operations Steven Schwartz and Assistant Coach/Basketball Development Zach
Guthrie while in Austin.
Jazz Assistant Coach Alex Jensen won the Dennis Johnson NBA D League Coach of the Year award in 2012-13.
Jensen and Assistant Coach/Player Development Lamar Skeeter worked one season together in Canton (2012-13).
The Austin Spurs won the D League championship in Nixon Dorvilien’s one season as Head Athletic Trainer/Strength Coach.

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QUIN SNYDER
Getting Ac-QUIN-ted
Quin Snyder became the eighth head coach in Utah Jazz history, and only the fifth since the franchise moved to
Utah in 1979, on June 6, 2014. Snyder collected his 100th win as Jazz head coach on January 2, 2017, at
Brooklyn. With over 20 years of coaching experience, and 10 years of head coaching experience, Snyder has
sat beside some of the game’s most respected names and has coached in all walks of basketball life, including
the NCAA, the NBA Developmental League, the EuroLeague and the NBA. Snyder most recently comes to Utah
from the Atlanta Hawks, where he was an assistant to Head Coach Mike Budenholzer.

From 2007-10, Snyder was the head coach of the Developmental League’s Austin Toros (the D-League affiliate
of the San Antonio Spurs). With the Toros, Snyder garnered a 94-56 (.627) record, seeing the playoffs each year
and advancing to at least the D-League Semifinals every season.

In Snyder’s inaugural season, he inherited a team that had gone 21-29 the year before and flipped the script
guiding the Toros to a 30-20 record, a Southwest Division Title and an appearance in the 2008 D-League
Championship game. In 2009, Snyder was named the Dennis Johnson Coach of the Year. During his three
seasons in Austin, Snyder sent more players to the NBA and won more games than any other D-League coach.

Snyder got his first NBA coaching gig as an assistant with the Los Angeles Clippers in 1992-93, from there
Snyder served as an assistant/associate head coach at his alma mater Duke University from 1993-99. He
landed his first head coaching job with the NCAA’s Missouri Tigers and held that position for seven seasons
(1999-06). After his success with the Toros, Snyder went on as a player development coach with Philadelphia
(2010-11) and an assistant coach with the Los Angeles Lakers (2011-12), CSKA Moscow (2012-13) and
Atlanta Hawks (2013-14) serving under some of the most respected coaches in basketball.

CAREER TIMELINE
Years Team Position Head Coach
1992-93 Los Angeles Clippers Assistant Coach Larry Brown
1993-99 Duke University Assistant/Associate Head Coach Mike Krzyzewski
1999-06 University of Missouri Head Coach ---
2007-10 Austin Toros (San Antonio Spurs) Head Coach (D-League Affiliate) --- (Gregg Popovich)
2010-11 Philadelphia 76ers Player Development Coach Doug Collins
2011-12 Los Angeles Lakers Assistant Coach Mike Brown
2012-13 CSKA Moscow (Russia) Assistant Coach Ettore Messina
2013-14 Atlanta Hawks Assistant Coach Mike Budenholzer
2014- Present Utah Jazz Head Coach ---

COLLEGIATE PLAYING CAREER


Snyder competed collegiately at Duke University (1985-89), averaging 6.2 points, 4.2 assists, 1.9 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game in
136 games. Snyder led the Blue Devils to three Final Fours (1986, 1988, and 1989) and won two ACC Championships (1986, 1988).
Academically, Snyder was named to the ACC Honor Roll three times. Snyder attended training camp with the Indiana Pacers after
finishing his career at Duke, but went on to pursue other coaching endeavors.

A native of Mercer Island, Wash., Snyder earned undergraduate degrees in both philosophy and political science at Duke and later
earned a Juris Doctor and M.B.A from there as well.

SNYDER’S HEAD COACHING EXPERIENCE


Year Team (League) Record
1999-2006 Missouri Tigers (NCAA) 126-91 (.580)
2007-10 Austin Toros (NBA D-League) 94-46 (.671)
. 2014-17 Utah Jazz (NBA) 146-141 (.509)
TOTAL 12 Years 366-278 (.568)

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PLAYER NOTES
TONY BRADLEY C #13
6-10 248 – Entering 1st NBA Season – North Carolina
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
8-0 3.4 1.0 1.4 0.1 0.0 0.0
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
 Scored a career-high four points in seven minutes at OKC (12/20) MIN 7 @ OKC 12/20/17 7 @ OKC 12/20/17
FGM 2 @ OKC 12/20/17 2 @ OKC 12/20/17
 Totaled two points and a rebound vs. CHI (11/22) FGA 4 @ ORL 11/18/17 4 @ ORL 11/18/17
 Scored first NBA points (2) at BKN (11/17) 3FGM -- --
 Made first NBA appearance at HOU (11/5) and grabbed one rebound 3FGA 1 @ ORL 11/18/17 1 @ ORL 11/18/17
 Inactive in 15 games FTM 2 @ BKN 11/17/17 2 @ BKN 11/17/17
FTA 2 @ BKN 11/17/17 2 @ BKN 11/17/17
 Did not play- coach’s decision in 17 games
OR 1, four times 1, four times
DR 2 @ OKC 12/20/17 2 @ OKC 12/20/17
JAZZ NOTES Helped North Carolina to a 2017 NCAA National Championship 2016 REB 3 @ OKC 12/20/17 3 @ OKC 12/20/17
Florida Mr. Basketball and McDonald’s All-American Basketball influences include Tim AST -- --
Duncan and Anthony Davis STL -- --
BLK -- --
PTS 4 @ OKC 12/20/17 4 @ OKC 12/20/17

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE Inactive – G League assignment
1/3 vs. NOP DNP – Coach’s Decision
1/5 @ DEN Inactive – G League assignment
1/7 @ MIA Inactive – G League assignment
1/10 @ WAS DNP – Coach’s Decision

ALEC BURKS G #10


6-6 214 – Entering 7th NBA Season – Colorado
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
40-0 18.4 9.3 3.3 1.1 0.8 0.2
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
 Notched 20 points, six rebounds and three assists at MIL (12/9) MIN 32 vs. NOP 12/1/17 42 vs. POR 4/11/14
 Led all scorers with 27 points vs. WAS (12/4), his third straight 20+ point game FGM 11 @ LAC 11/30/17 13 vs. DEN 1/13/14
 Registered a season-high 28 points at LAC (11/30), his first 25+ point game FGA 17, twice 22 @ OKC 12/13/15
3FGM 4 @ LAC 11/30/17 4, twice
since 2/2/14
3FGA 6, twice 6, four times
 Posted 24 points, three assists and two steals vs. NOP (12/1) FTM 7, twice 14 @ GSW 4/6/14
FTA 9 @ OKC 12/5/17 16 @ GSW 4/6/14
JAZZ NOTES An avid shoe collector Player he most looks up to is Penny Hardaway OR 2, twice 4, twice
Father, Steve, played collegiately at the University of Washington Enjoys playing DR 7, three times 13 vs. OKC 11/18/14
REB 7, four times 14 vs. OKC 11/18/14
pool Favorite dessert is red velvet cupcakes AST 5 @ LAC 11/30/17 8, twice
STL 3 @ LAC 11/30/17 4, three times
BLK 2 @ NYK 11/15/17 2, four times
PTS 28 @ LAC 11/30/17 34 vs. DEN 1/13/14
LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:
Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE W, 104-101 6 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
1/3 vs. NOP L, 98-108 15 3-7 0-2 3-3 1 5 6 1 2 1 2 0 9
1/5 @ DEN L, 91-99 20 3-10 0-3 0-0 1 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 6
1/7 @ MIA L, 102-103 15 2-4 1-3 4-4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 9
1/10 @ WAS W, 107-104 5 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

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DANTÉ EXUM G #11
6-6 190 – Entering 3rd NBA Season – Australian Institute of Sport
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
 Inactive (left shoulder surgery) in 41 games MIN -- 37 vs. NYK 3/10/15
FGM -- 7 @ OKC 3/11/17
FGA -- 14, twice
JAZZ NOTES Has a twin sister His father, Cecil, won an NCAA Championship with 3FGM -- 5 @ MIL 1/22/15
the University of North Carolina in 1982 with teammates Michael Jordan and James 3FGA -- 10 @ MIL 1/22/15
Worthy, and was later drafted in 1984 by the Denver Nuggets Favorite sports to play FTM -- 7 @ OKC 3/11/17
outside of basketball are tennis and ping pong FTA -- 9 @ OKC 3/11/17
OR -- 4, twice
DR -- 6 vs. SAS 11/4/16
REB -- 7 vs. SAS 11/4/16
AST -- 12 vs. DEN 4/1/15
STL -- 3, twice
BLK -- 4 @ SAS 11/4/16
PTS -- 22 @ OKC 3/11/17
LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:
Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE Inactive – left shoulder surgery
1/3 vs. NOP Inactive – left shoulder surgery
1/5 @ DEN Inactive – left shoulder surgery
1/7 @ MIA Inactive – left shoulder surgery
1/10 @ WAS Inactive – left shoulder surgery

DERRICK FAVORS F/C #15


6-10 265 – Entering 8th NBA Season – Georgia Tech
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
38-38 28.1 12.5 6.8 1.4 0.7 0.9
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
 Tallied sixth double-double of the year (17 points, 10 rebounds) at GSW (12/27) MIN 36 vs. BKN 11/11/17 45 @ TOR 11/12/12
FGM 12 vs. DEN 11/28/17 14 vs. IND 12/5/15
 Registered 20 points and six boards at DEN (12/26) FGA 16 vs. DEN 11/28/17 24 vs. IND 12/5/15
 Totaled 23 points, seven boards and a block vs. CHI (11/22) 3FGM 2 @ HOU 11/5/17 2 @ HOU 11/5/17
 Notched 24 points and 12 rebounds vs. BKN (11/11), his first 20-point/10- 3FGA 3, three times 3, three times
rebound game since 2/6/17 FTM 8 @ DEN 12/26/17 10, twice
 Recorded his fifth double-double of the season (18 points, 11 rebounds) vs. FTA 11 @ DEN 12/26/17 14 @ BOS 11/14/12
OR 7 @ LAC 11/30/17 10 vs. MIA 10/31/10
NOP (12/1)
DR 9 @ DEN 1/5/18 14 vs. DEN 1/13/14
 Ranks seventh all-time in franchise history in blocked shots (614) REB 12, twice 18 vs. SAS 11/15/13
 Inactive (eye laceration) in one game, (concussion protocol) in one game AST 5, three times 7 @ BOS 1/3/17
 Did not dress (right ankle sprain) in one game STL 3, twice 5 vs. NOP 11/13/13
BLK 3, three times 7 @ MIA 11/12/15
JAZZ NOTES Hosted a back-to-school clinic for community youth in order to promote PTS 25 @ ORL 11/18/17 35 vs. IND 12/5/15
education and physical fitness in the summer of 2014 and 2015 Owns a 7-4 wingspan and 9-2 standing reach His hidden talent is racquetball
and he also collects comic books Has twin daughters Favorite TV show is the Walking Dead

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE W, 104-101 31 8-11 0-0 3-3 2 4 6 1 3 3 3 1 19
1/3 vs. NOP L, 98-108 35 5-10 0-0 1-2 1 8 9 2 1 1 2 1 11
1/5 @ DEN L, 91-99 34 6-10 0-0 2-3 1 9 10 1 2 0 2 3 14
1/7 @ MIA L, 102-103 32 4-10 0-1 3-4 4 6 10 0 2 1 1 1 11
1/10 @ WAS DND – right ankle sprain

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RUDY GOBERT C #27
7-1 245 – Entering 5th NBA Season – Cholet Basket
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
18-18 29.9 11.6 9.6 1.2 0.6 2.3
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
 Recorded a season-high 20 points to go with nine rebounds at MIL (12/9) MIN 38 vs. POR 11/1/17 43 @ CHA 1/18/16
 Posted his seventh double-double of the season (16 points, 15 rebounds) vs. FGM 8 vs. OKC 10/21/17 13 vs. NYK 3/22/17
FGA 11, twice 16 vs. DAL 4/13/15
PHI (11/7) 3FGM -- --
 Tallied 18 points and 10 rebounds vs. DEN (10/18) 3FGA -- 1, three times
 Recorded a career-high six assists vs. DAL (10/30) FTM 9 vs. DAL 10/30/17 11, twice
 Did not dress (right knee contusion) in one game, (left PCL sprain/bone bruise) FTA 14 @ MIL 12/9/17 16 vs. DAL 4/13/15
in seven games OR 6 vs. PHI 11/7/17 12 vs. HOU 3/12/15
DR 13 @ PHX 10/25/17 18, twice
 Inactive (right tibia contusion) in 10 games, (left PCL sprain/bone bruise) in four
REB 15 vs. PHI 11/7/17 25 @ DAL 1/20/17
games AST 6 vs. DAL 10/30/17 6 vs. DAL 10/30/17
STL 2, three times 5 vs. MIL 2/5/16
JAZZ NOTES A 2017 All-NBA Second Team and 2017 All-NBA Defensive Team BLK 6 vs. DAL 10/30/17 8 @ IND 3/20/17
selection Owns a 7-9 wingspan and 9-7 standing reach, the largest ever recorded at PTS 20 @ MIL 12/9/17 35 vs. NYK 3/22/17
the NBA Draft Combine An avid boxer growing up Basketball player he looks up to
the most is Hakeem Olajuwon

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE DND – left PCL sprain/bone bruise
1/3 vs. NOP Inactive - left PCL sprain/bone bruise
1/5 @ DEN DND – left PCL sprain/bone bruise
1/7 @ MIA DND – left PCL sprain/bone bruise
1/10 @ WAS Inactive - left PCL sprain/bone bruise

RODNEY HOOD G/F #5


6-8 206 – Entering 4th NBA Season – Duke
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
32-11 28.4 16.5 2.8 1.8 0.8 0.2
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
 Led all scoreres with 26 points at GSW (12/27) MIN 36, three times 46 vs. LAC 4/8/16
FGM 12, twice 12, three times
 Scored a season-high 31 points (1 shy of career high) and made a season high
FGA 24 vs. SAS 12/21/17 26 @ DAL 2/9/16
7 three-pointers made @ ORL (11/18) 3FGM 7 @ ORL 11/18/17 8 vs. LAL 3/28/16
 Made a career high 9 free throws vs. PHI (11/7) 3FGA 13 @ ORL 11/18/17 13 @ ORL 11/18/17
 Tallied 30 points, 3 assists and 3 rebounds @ NYK (11/15) FTM 9 vs. PHI 11/7/17 9 vs. PHI 11/7/17
 Inactive (mild left lower leg strain) in two games, (left ankle soreness) in five FTA 10 vs. PHI 11/7/17 10 vs. PHI 11/7/17
games OR 2, twice 2, six times
DR 6 @ WAS 1/10/17 8 vs. SAC 4/8/15
 Did not dress (left ankle soreness) in one game REB 6, twice 8, twice
AST 4, three times 8 @ POR 4/11/15
JAZZ NOTES Was a guest speaker at a benefit in order to raise money for his STL 3, twice 5 vs. HOU 2/23/16
hometown Boys & Girls Club in the summer of 2014 Favorite football team is the New BLK 2 @ BKN 11/15/17 3 vs. MEM 11/7/15
Orleans Saints Greatest sporting accomplisment is hearing his name called at the PTS 31 @ ORL 11/18/17 32 vs. MEM 1/2/16
2014 NBA Draft and making the 2014 All-ACC Academic Team

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE W, 104-101 28 4-13 4-11 0-0 0 1 1 2 4 0 0 0 12
1/3 vs. NOP L, 98-108 32 1-10 0-6 0-0 0 2 2 3 2 2 4 0 2
1/5 @ DEN L, 91-99 31 5-9 2-5 0-0 1 3 4 3 4 1 3 0 12
1/7 @ MIA L, 102-103 30 7-16 1-5 2-3 0 4 4 2 0 0 0 0 17
1/10 @ WAS W, 107-104 15 3-11 1-5 0-0 0 6 6 2 0 0 2 0 7

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JOE INGLES F #2
6-8 226 – Entering 4th NBA Season – Maccabi Tel Aviv
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
41-41 30.7 9.8 4.5 4.3 1.0 0.2
17-18 Season High Career High
2017-18 SEASON:
MIN 40 vs. NOP 12/1/17 41 @ DAL 2/9/17
 Handed out a career-high nine assists vs. MIL (11/25) FGM 8 @ HOU 12/18/17 8 @ HOU 12/18/17
 Grabbed a season-best eight rebounds vs. POR (11/1) and vs. OKC (12/23) FGA 16 vs. PHI 11/7/17 16 vs. PHI 11/7/17
 Notched 19 points, shooting 5-of-9 from beyond the arc vs. OKC (10/21) 3FGM 5 , twice 5, 3 times
3FGA 11 @ OKC 12/5/17 10 vs. PHI 11/7/17
JAZZ NOTES Competed alongside fellow Jazzman, Danté Exum, for Australia at the FTM 2, twice 4 vs. BKN 1/24/15
FTA 2, four times 4, four times
2014 FIBA World Cup Has competed professionally in four different countries
OR 2, vs. HOU 12/7/17 2, seven times
(Australia, Spain, Israel and the U.S.) Has a weekly radio appearance on DJ & PK each DR 8, three times 9 vs. CHA 2/4/17
Thursday on 1280/97.5 The Zone Owns a Boston Terrier named Moose His wife is REB 8, four times 9, four times
a world champion netball player in Australia AST 9, three times 9, three times
STL 3, four times 6 vs. PHX 3/17/16
BLK 2 vs. POR 11/1/17 2, three times
PTS 19 vs. OKC 10/21/17 21 vs. GWS 12/8/16
LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:
Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE W, 104-101 33 3-5 1-3 1-1 0 1 1 5 2 2 1 1 8
1/3 vs. NOP L, 98-108 32 3-7 2-6 0-0 0 4 4 5 3 1 1 0 8
1/5 @ DEN L, 91-99 32 4-7 1-3 0-0 1 5 6 9 4 2 4 0 9
1/7 @ MIA L, 102-103 32 3-8 3-7 0-0 1 7 8 1 2 1 3 1 9
1/10 @ WAS W, 107-104 39 4-12 1-6 1-1 1 4 5 6 1 0 1 0 10

JONAS JEREBKO F #8
6-10 231 – Entering 8th NBA Season – Angelico Biella
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
33-15 17.5 6.5 3.7 0.7 0.5 0.2
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
 Tallied 13 points (3-4 3FG) at DEN (12/26) MIN 27 vs. DEN 11/28/17 44 @ MIN 4/14/10
FGM 7 @ ORL 11/18/17 9, six times
 Recorded a season-high 17 points and grabbed seven rebounds at BOS (12/15) FGA 11 @ ORL 11/18/17 18 vs. CHA 4/12/13
 Finished with 14 points (6-8 FG) at LAC (11/30) 3FGM 3, four times 5 @ LAC 3/22/14
 Made his first start with the Jazz vs. MIN (11/13) 3FGA 7 @ BKN 11/15/17 7, three times
 Scored his first points of the season (8 points, 7 rebounds) vs. POR (11/1) FTM 3, twice 7 @ LAL 11/4/12
 Did not play coach’s decision in eight games FTA 4 @ WAS 1/10/17 9 @ LAL 11/4/12
OR 3, twice 7 @ ATL 3/13/10
DR 7, twice 11 vs. IND 12/31/11
JAZZ NOTES Played professionally in Italy before his NBA career Father played REB 8, twice 13, three times
collegiately at Syracuse (1977-81) Enjoys golf which he played as a teenager growing AST 3 @ LAC 11/30/17 5 vs. MIA 12/30/16
up in Sweden STL 3 @ HOU 12/18/17 4, four times
BLK 1, five times 3 vs. HOU 3/7/10
PTS 17 @ BOS, 12/15/17 22, three times

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE W, 104-101 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
1/3 vs. NOP L, 98-108 18 3-5 0-1 1-1 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 7
1/5 @ DEN DNP – Coach’s Decision
1/7 @ MIA DNP – Coach’s Decision
1/10 @ WAS W, 107-104 21 3-6 0-1 3-4 2 2 4 1 2 1 2 0 9

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JOE JOHNSON G/F #6
6-7 240 – Entering 17th NBA Season – Arkansas
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
20-3 21.4 7.5 3.5 1.6 0.4 0.2
17-18 Season High Career High
2017-18 SEASON: MIN 34 @ WAS 1/10/17 57 @ NYK 3/15/06
 Finished with a season-high 20 points (9-12 FG) vs. NOP (1/3) FGM 9 vs. NOP 1/3/18 17 vs. ORL 3/19/06
 Tallied 13 points on 5-of-10 shooting and four rebounds vs. DEN (10/18) FGA 12, three times 34 vs. SEA 11/16/07
 Grabbed six rebounds @ PHX (10/25) 3FGM 3 @ WAS 1/10/17 10 vs. PHI 12/16/13
 Inactive (right wrist tendon instability) in 21 games 3FGA 5 @ HOU 12/18/17 14, three times
FTM 3 @ WAS 1/10/17 14 @ LAC 1/2/11
 Did not dress (right wrist tendon instability in one game FTA 4 @ WAS 1/10/17 17 @ LAC 1/2/11
OR 2, five times 6 vs. LAC 11/10/05
JAZZ NOTES Seven-time NBA All-Star selection Appeared in 1,221 career games DR 7, twice 11 @ CHI 12/30/14
(1,087 starts), averaging 16.4 points, 4.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game REB 7, three times 12, twice
Launched the Joe Johnson Foundation, a nonprofit aimed at helping low-income kids and AST 4 @ WAS 1/10/17 17 @ MIL 3/13/06
STL 3 @ WAS 1/10/17 6 vs. PHX 1/25/09
their families Considers lining up against Michael Jordan during his rookie season his BLK 1, twice 4 vs. SEA 2/22/06
most memorable basketball moment PTS 20 vs. NOP 1/3/18 42 vs. GSW 3/7/06

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE W, 104-101 17 3-7 1-2 1-2 0 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 8
1/3 vs. NOP L, 98-108 29 9-12 2-3 0-0 2 5 7 2 3 0 0 0 20
1/5 @ DEN L, 91-99 25 2-9 1-3 0-0 0 7 7 3 0 0 0 0 5
1/7 @ MIA L, 102-103 19 4-8 1-3 0-0 0 7 7 1 1 0 2 1 9
1/10 @ WAS W, 107-104 34 5-9 3-4 3-4 0 4 4 4 0 3 2 0 16

ERIK McCREE F #21


6-8 225 – Entering 1st NBA Season – Louisiana Tech
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
 Signed a Two-Way contract with the Jazz on 12/21 MIN -- --
FGM -- --
 Appeared in 13 games (eight starts) for the Sioux Falls Skyforce and averaged
FGA -- --
16.2 points, 5.2 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 0.8 blocks in 29.0 minutes per game 3FGM -- --
 Signed with the Miami Heat on 9/18 and was placed on waivers on 10/16 3FGA -- --
 Played in three games for the Houston Rockets’ Summer League team in Las FTM -- --
Vegas and averaged 1.7 points in 13.7 minutes FTA -- --
 Inactive in eight games OR -- --
DR -- --
REB -- --
JAZZ NOTES Favorite NBA player growing up was Kobe Bryant Nickname is “E” AST -- --
Born in Orlando, Fla. Transferred to Louisiana Tech from Murray State after his STL -- --
freshman season Attended West Orange High School in Winter Garden, Fla. BLK -- --
PTS -- --

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE Inactive – G League (two-way)
1/3 vs. NOP Inactive – G League (two-way)
1/5 @ DEN Inactive – G League (two-way)
1/7 @ MIA Inactive – G League (two-way)
1/10 @ WAS Inactive – G League (two-way)

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DONOVAN MITCHELL G #45
6-3 215 – Entering 1st NBA Season – Louisville
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
39-31 31.2 18.4 3.3 3.4 1.5 0.5
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
 Scored a career-high 41 points, breaking a Jazz rookie record for points in a MIN 39 vs. CLE 12/30/17 37, six times
game (previously, 38, Darrell Griffith, Feb. 13, 1981 vs. Boston) FGM 15 @ CHI 12/13/17 15 @ CHI 12/13/17
FGA 26 @ CHI 12/13/17 26 @ CHI 12/13/17
 Tallied 10 games with 20+ points, the most among all NBA rookies 3FGM 6, twice 6, twice
 Has recorded two games with six three-pointers (11/25, 12/1) 3FGA 12, twice 12, twice
 Posted 22 points vs. LAL (10/28), becoming the fifth player in team history to FTM 9, twice 9, twice
have a 20+ point game within the first six games of his career FTA 12 vs. NOP 1/3/18 12 vs. NOP 1/3/18
 Registered 10 points and 4 assists vs. DEN (10/18) in his NBA debut OR 2, five times 2, five times
DR 7 @ DEN 1/5/18 7 @ DEN 1/5/18
 Missed two games with a right great toe contusion (12/20-21) REB 7, twice 7, twice
AST 9 @ BOS 12/15/17 9 @ BOS 12/15/17
JAZZ NOTES Nickname is Spider Father, Donovan Sr. is the Manager of Player STL 5 @ OKC 12/5/17 5 @ OKC 12/5/17
Operations and Community Outreach with the New York Mets Father played seven BLK 2, twice 2, twice
years in pro baseball Played baseball (pitcher, shortstop) and soccer (goalie) in high PTS 41 vs. NOP 12/1/17 41 vs. NOP 12/1/17
school

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE W, 104-101 39 10-17 2-6 7-8 0 4 4 6 4 3 4 1 29
1/3 vs. NOP L, 98-108 38 6-17 3-11 9-10 0 3 3 2 3 1 3 0 24
1/5 @ DEN L, 91-99 36 6-13 3-6 0-1 0 7 7 5 1 1 1 1 15
1/7 @ MIA L, 102-103 36 12-25 3-10 0-0 0 2 2 3 5 1 1 0 27
1/10 @ WAS W, 107-104 31 7-20 2-10 0-0 1 4 5 4 4 1 2 1 16

NAZARETH MITROU-LONG G #30


6-4 218 – Entering 1st NBA Season – Iowa State
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
1-0 0.5 3.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2017-18 SEASON:
17-18 Season High Career High
 Made his NBA debut at DEN (12/26) and scored 3 points
MIN 1 @ DEN 12/26/17 1 @ DEN 12/26/17
 Signed a Two-Way contract with the Jazz on 12/23 FGM 1 @ DEN 12/26/17 1 @ DEN 12/26/17
 Appeared in 20 games (15 starts) for Salt Lake City Stars, this season averaging FGA 1 @ DEN 12/26/17 1 @ DEN 12/26/17
15.0 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.2 steals in 34.3 minutes per 3FGM 1 @ DEN 12/26/17 1 @ DEN 12/26/17
contest 3FGA 1 @ DEN 12/26/17 1 @ DEN 12/26/17
 Has totaled two double-doubles with the Stars and has tallied five 20-plus point FTM -- --
FTA -- --
scoring efforts, including a 32-point outing against the Memphis Hustle on Nov.
OR -- --
24 DR -- --
 Spent training camp with the Jazz this year, playing in two preseason games, REB -- --
averaging 4.0 points and 1.0 assists in 7.0 minutes per contest AST -- --
 DNP-CD in six games STL -- --
BLK -- --
JAZZ NOTES Born in Missauga, Ontario, Canada A 2017 All-Big 12 Selection PTS 3 @ DEN 12/26/17 3 @ DEN 12/26/17
Finished tied for most wins in Iowa State history (98)

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE DNP – Coach’s Decision
1/3 vs. NOP DNP – Coach’s Decision
1/5 @ DEN DNP – Coach’s Decision
1/7 @ MIA DNP – Coach’s Decision
1/10 @ WAS DNP – Coach’s Decision

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RAUL NETO G #25
6-1 179 – Entering 3rd NBA Season – UCAM Murica
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
17-0 13.3 4.9 1.4 1.9 0.4 0.1
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
 Logged a career-high 22 points (9-14 FG) off the bench @ BKN (11/17) MIN 25 @ ORL 11/18/17 25 @ ORL 11/18/17
 Recorded a career-high five rebounds to go with eight points vs. CHI (11/22) FGM 9 @ BKN 11/17/17 9 @ BKN 11/17/17
FGA 14 @ BKN 11/17/17 14 @ BKN 11/17/17
 Tallied five points and two steals @ LAC (10/24)
3FGM 3 @ BKN 11/17/17 3 @ BKN 11/17/17
 Inactive (concussion, left knee bone bruise) in 13 games, (left hamstring 3FGA 6 @ BKN 11/17/17 6 @ BKN 11/17/17
soreness) in two games, (right hamstring) in one game FTM 3 @ ORL 11/18/17 3 @ ORL 11/18/17
 Did not play coach’s decision in three games FTA 4 @ BKN 11/17/17 4 @ BKN 11/17/17
 Did not dress – Injury/Illness - right foot soreness in one game (12/5) OR 1, twice 1, twice
DR 5 vs. CHI 11/22/17 5 vs. CHI 11/22/17
REB 5 vs. CHI 11/22/17 5 vs. CHI 11/22/17
JAZZ NOTES Father’s favorite player is John Stockton Lists his first game with the
AST 7 @ ORL 11/18/17 7 @ ORL 11/18/17
Brazilian National Team as his favorite sports moment Player he looks up to most is STL 2, twice 2, twice
Steve Nash Speaks Portuguese, Spanish and English If he wasn’t a basketball BLK 1, twice 1, twice
player, he would be an engineer Enjoys playing soccer PTS 22 @ BKN 11/17/17 22 @ BKN 11/17/17

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE Inactive – concussion, left knee bone bruise
1/3 vs. NOP Inactive – concussion, left knee bone bruise
1/5 @ DEN Inactive – concussion, left knee bone bruise
1/7 @ MIA Inactive – concussion, left knee bone bruise
1/10 @ WAS Inactive – concussion, left knee bone bruise

ROYCE O’NEALE F #23


6-6 226 – Entering 1st NBA Season – Baylor
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
28-0 10.2 3.3 2.1 0.9 0.4 0.0
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
 Notched a career-best 12 points at CLE (12/16) MIN 25 vs. WAS 12/4/17 25 vs. WAS 12/4/17
 Tied his career high with 11 points and set career highs in assists (6) and FGM 4, four times 4, four times
FGA 7 vs. DEN 11/28/17 7 vs. DEN 11/28/17
minutes played (25) vs. WAS (12/4) 3FGM 4 @ CLE 12/16/17 4 @ CLE 12/16/17
 Played 21 minutes and finished with 4 points and 7 rebounds at BKN (11/17) 3FGA 5, twice 5, twice
 Collected six points and three rebounds in 12 minutes at HOU (11/5) FTM 5 @ OKC 12/20/17 5 @ OKC 12/20/17
 Tallied two points vs. DAL (10/30) FTA 6 @ OKC 12/20/17 6 @ OKC 12/20/17
OR 2 @ OKC 12/20/17 2 @ OKC 12/20/17
DR 7 vs. WAS 12/4/17 7 vs. WAS 12/4/17
JAZZ NOTES Has played internationally in Spain and Germany Born in Harker REB 7, twice 7, twice
Heights, Texas Made the 2015 Dean’s List at Baylor AST 6 vs. WAS 12/4/17 6 vs. WAS 12/4/17
STL 3 @ LAC 11/30/17 3 @ LAC 11/30/17
BLK -- --
PTS 12 @ CLE 12/16/17 12 @ CLE 12/16/17
LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:
Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE W, 104-101 8 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
1/3 vs. NOP L, 98-108 DNP – Coach’s Decision
1/5 @ DEN L, 91-99 8 1-4 1-3 0-0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 3
1/7 @ MIA L, 102-103 DNP – Coach’s Decision
1/10 @ WAS W, 107-104 14 4-4 1-1 1-2 1 3 4 1 1 1 0 0 10

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RICKY RUBIO G #3
6-4 190 – Entering 7th NBA Season – FC Barcelona
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
40-40 29.1 11.6 4.0 4.8 1.6 0.1
17-18 Season High Career High
2017-18 SEASON: MIN 42 @ WAS 1/10/18 49 @ DAL 3/19/14
 Totaled 22 points, seven boards and five assists at BOS (12/15) FGM 10 @ BOS 12/15/17 12 vs. LAL 3/30/17
 Led Utah with season-high 30 points (11-11 FT) vs. POR (11/1) FGA 17, twice 20 vs. LAL 3/30/17
 Dished out his 3,000th career assist vs. DEN (10/18) 3FGM 4, twice 6 vs. ORL 1/30/17
3FGA 8, twice 9 vs. ORL 1/30/17
 Has recorded two point/assist double-doubles and two point/rebound double- FTM 11 vs. POR 11/1/17 13, twice
doubles this season FTA 11, twice 14 @ SAS 1/17/17
 Missed one game with right Achilles soreness (11/17) OR 3 vs. LAL 10/28/17 5 vs. LAC 11/12/16
DR 11 vs. SAS 12/21/17 12 vs. SAS 3/12/13
JAZZ NOTES Born in El Masnou, Spain Older brother, Marc, also plays REB 11 vs. SAS 12/21/17 13, twice
AST 11 @ PHX 10/25/17 19 vs. WAS, 3/13/17
professionally in Spain’s second division Lists Steve Nash as his favorite NBA player STL 4, four times 8, twice
Competed with Spain during the 2017 FIBA EuroBasket Began career at FC BLK 1, four times 2, three times
Barcelona (Spain) PTS 30 vs. POR 11/1/17 33 vs. LAL 3/30/17

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE W, 104-101 32 6-12 2-4 2-2 0 10 10 8 3 1 2 1 16
1/3 vs. NOP L, 98-108 24 5-12 0-3 1-1 0 2 2 7 2 4 1 0 11
1/5 @ DEN L, 91-99 23 6-9 3-6 0-0 0 5 5 2 2 1 2 0 15
1/7 @ MIA L, 102-103 30 0-6 0-2 4-4 0 5 5 6 3 0 2 0 4
1/10 @ WAS W, 107-104 42 9-17 3-5 0-0 1 1 2 3 4 3 3 0 21

THABO SEFOLOSHA F #22


6-7 220 – Entering 12th NBA Season – Angelico Biella
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
37-5 21.3 8.2 4.2 0.8 1.4 0.3
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
MIN 33 @ GSW 12/27/17 55 @ BKN 12/1/10
 Logged 13 points, 6 rebounds and 3 steals at MIA (1/7) FGM 6, twice 11 @ HOU 2/20/13
 Recorded 14 points and 5 rebounds vs. HOU (12/7) FGA 12 @ GSW 12/27/17 21 @ UTA 2/9/08
 Finished with 15 points at LAC (11/30) 3FGM 3 vs. MIN 11/13/17 6 @ HOU 2/20/13
 Tallied a season-high 5 steals vs. BKN (11/11) 3FGA 4, five times 10 @ HOU 2/20/13
 Scored a season-best 15 points and grabbed nine boards vs. POR (11/1) FTM 5 vs. POR 11/1/17 8 @ DEN 3/11/09
FTA 6 vs. BKN 11/11/17 8, twice
 Collected his 14th career double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds vs. CLE OR 3, three times 6 vs. LAL 11/18/14
(12/30) DR 10, twice 11 @ HOU 1/12/11
 Missed one game with right knee soreness (11/17) REB 12, twice 13, three times
 Did not play coach’s decision in three games (12/15, 12/26, 1/3) AST 3, twice 7 @ MIL 4/14/08
STL 5 vs. BKN 11/11/17 7 @ MIL 4/9/12
JAZZ NOTES Born in Vevey, Switzerland Speaks fluent English and French BLK 2, twice 4, six times
PTS 15, twice 28 @ HOU 2/20/13
Played professionally in Switzerland, France and Italy before coming to the NBA in 2006
Was the first Swiss player to play in the NBA Father is a musician and mother is a painter

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE W, 104-101 32 3-11 0-4 4-5 2 10 12 1 3 3 1 0 10
1/3 vs. NOP DNP – Coach’s Decision
1/5 @ DEN L, 91-99 22 4-11 1-4 1-2 1 4 5 1 2 2 1 1 10
1/7 @ MIA L, 102-103 28 4-4 1-1 4-4 2 4 6 2 2 3 2 1 13
1/10 @ WAS W, 107-104 9 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2

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EKPE UDOH F #33
6-10 245 – Entering 6th NBA Season – Baylor
G-GS MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS
38-3 16.3 3.2 2.8 1.2 0.8 1.2
2017-18 SEASON: 17-18 Season High Career High
 Swatted a career-high tying six shots at CLE (12/16) MIN 34 @ WAS 1/10/18 39 @ OKC 3/29/11
 Scored a season-high 10 points and tied career high of 4 steals at PHI (11/20) FGM 7 @ WAS 1/10/18 9 vs. LAC 2/20/12
 Recorded four blocks at LAC (10/24) FGA 10 @ WAS 1/10/18 14, twice
3FGM -- --
 Tallied eight points vs. PHI (11/7) 3FGA -- 1, three times
 Did not play coach’s decision in three games FTM 4, twice 7 @ WAS 3/5/12
FTA 6 @ OKC 12/20/17 8 @ CHA 11/29/13
JAZZ NOTES Helped Fenerbahce Ulker to a 2017 EuroLeague Championship 2017 OR 5 @ WAS 1/10/18 6, three times
EuroLeague Final Four MVP 2017 Turkish League All-Star Born in Edmon, DR 6, twice 6, 11 times
Oklahoma Originally selected with the sixth overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft REB 9, twice 11, twice
AST 4 vs. CHI 11/22/17 5 @ WAS 4/2/12
STL 4, twice 4, three times
BLK 6 @ CLE 12/16/17 6, three times
PTS 16 @ WAS 1/10/18 19 vs. LAC 2/20/12

LAST FIVE GAMES PLAYED:


Date OPP Result MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF REB AST PF ST TO BLK PTS
12/30 vs. CLE W, 104-101 15 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 2
1/3 vs. NOP L, 98-108 13 3-4 0-0 0-0 2 1 3 1 2 2 0 0 6
1/5 @ DEN L, 91-99 12 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 2
1/7 @ MIA L, 102-103 15 1-1 0-0 1-1 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 3
1/10 @ WAS W, 107-104 34 7-10 0-0 2-2 5 4 9 2 3 4 0 2 16

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THE LAST TIME
AN INDIVIDUAL… Had a 20/20 game:
Had 30+ points Utah: Rudy Gobert @ Dallas (27 pts, 25 rebs), 1/20/17
Utah: 32, Donovan Mitchell, @ Chicago, 12/13/17 Opp: Kenneth Faried @ Denver (24 pts, 21 rebs), 4/12/14
Opp: 35, John Wall, @ Washington, 1/10/18 Had a four-point play:
Had 40+ points: Utah: Rodney Hood vs. Oklahoma City, 12/23/17
Utah: 41, Donovan Mitchell, vs. New Orleans, 12/1/17 Opp: James Harden vs. Houston, 12/7/17
Opp: 56, James Harden, @ Houston, 11/5/17
A TEAM…
Had 50+ points: Scored 120+ points:
Utah: 56, Karl Malone, @ Golden State, 4/7/98 Utah: 126 @ L.A. Clippers (W, 126-107), 11/30/17
Opp: 56, James Harden, @ Houston, 11/5/17 Opp: 126 @ Golden State (L, 101-126), 12/27/17
Had 15+ rebounds:
Scored 130+ points:
Utah: 15, Rudy Gobert, vs. Philadelphia, 11/7/17
Utah: 136 @ Minnesota (W, 136-130 2OT), 4/16/14
Opp: 15, Anthony Davis, vs. New Orleans, 1/3/18
Opp: 137 @ Houston (L, 110-137), 11/5/17
Had 20+ rebounds:
Scored 140+ points:
Utah: 24, Rudy Gobert, @ Sacramento, 3/5/17
Utah: 140 @ Toronto (W, 140-133 (3OT)), 11/12/12
Opp: 20, Hassan Whiteside, vs. Miami, 11/10/17
Opp: 140 @ Miami (L, 129-140 (3OT)), 3/14/09
Had 25+ rebounds:
Scored 150+ points:
Utah: 25, Rudy Gobert @ Dallas, 1/20/17
Utah: 151 vs. Denver (W, 151-136), 2/10/82
Opp: 25, Artis Gilmore, @ San Antonio, 1/17/87
Opp: 150 @ Golden State (L, 104-150), 1/15/86
Had 15+ assists:
Shot .600+ from the field:
Utah: 15, Trey Burke, @ Golden State, 4/6/14
Utah: .600 (45-75) vs. Minnesota, 4/7/17
Opp: 15, Isaiah Thomas, @ Boston, 1/3/17
Opp: .605 (52-86) @ San Antonio, 1/6/16
Had 20+ assists: Won by 20+ points:
Utah: 20, Deron Williams, @ Golden State, 3/1/09 Utah: 47 vs. Washington (116-69), 12/4/17
Opp: 25, Jason Kidd, @ Dallas (2OT), 2/8/96 Opp: 25 @ Golden State (101-126), 12/27/17
Had 10+ blocks: Won by 30+ points:
Utah: 10, Andrei Kirilenko, vs. Sacramento, 3/25/06 Utah: 47 vs. Washington (116-69), 12/4/17
Opp: 11, Marcus Camby, @ Denver, 1/17/08 Opp: 30 @ Golden State (104-74), 12/20/16
Had 5+ steals: Won by 40+ points:
Utah: 5, Donovan Mitchell, @ Oklahoma City, 12/5/17 Utah: 47 vs. Washington (116-69), 12/4/17
Opp: 6, Paul George, vs. Oklahoma City, 12/23/17 Opp: 45 vs. Houston, (125-80) 1/28/13
Made 15+ field goals: Failed to make a three-pointer:
Utah: 15, Donovan Mitchell, @ Chicago, 12/13/17 Utah: (0-3) @ Chicago (L, 111-97), 3/10/12
Opp: 19, James Harden, @ Houston, 11/5/17 Opp: (0-8) @ Philadelphia (W, 89-88), 3/16/07
Made 20+ field goals: Overtime Win:
Utah: 21, Karl Malone, vs. Portland, 12/26/95 Utah: 112-103, OT, vs. Portland, 11/1/17
Opp: 22, Kobe Bryant, @ L.A. Lakers, 4/13/16 Opp: 112-105, OT, @ Dallas, 2/9/17
Made 5+ three-pointers: Double-Overtime Win:
Utah: 5, Donovan Mitchell, @ Oklahoma City, 12/5/17 Utah: 136-130, 2OT, @ Minnesota, 4/16/14
Opp: 6, Jamal Murray, @ Denver, 1/5/18 Opp: 124-119, 2OT, @ Charlotte, 1/18/16
Made 15+ free throws: THE JAZZ (single-season) …
Utah: 17, Deron Williams, @ Boston, 3/14/08
Won 5 straight: 11/22/17 - 12/4/17 (6)
Opp: 15, Kobe Bryant, vs. L.A. Lakers, 11/7/12
Won 10 straight: 2/11/09 - 3/10/09 (10)
Made 20+ free throws: Won 5 straight at home: 11/22/17 – 12/4/17 (5)
Utah: 20, Karl Malone, vs. Golden State, 4/13/92 Won 10 straight at home: 2/24/10 - 4/6/10 (10)
Opp: 22, Kevin Durant, vs. Oklahoma City, 10/30/13 Won 15 straight at home: 1/30/09 - 3/30/09 (15)
Won 5 straight on road: 11/9/10 - 11/20/10 (6)
Had a triple-double: Won 10 straight on road: 11/27/94 - 1/26/95 (15)
Utah: Carlos Boozer, @ Seattle (22 pts, 11 rebs, 10 ast), 2/13/08 Lost 5 straight: 2/25/16 - 3/4/16 (5)
Opp: Russell Westbrook, vs. OKC (27 pts, 10 rebs, 10 ast), 12/23/17 Lost 10 straight: 2/24/82 - 3/29/82 (18)
Lost 5 straight at home: 11/22/14 - 12/5/14 (6)
Lost 5 straight on road: 12/16/17 – 1/7/18 (7)

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2017-18 Utah Jazz Roster
No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Prior to NBA/Home Country Yrs.
13 Tony Bradley C 6-10 248 1/8/98 North Carolina/USA R
10 Alec Burks G 6-6 214 7/20/91 Colorado/USA 6
11 Danté Exum G 6-6 190 7/13/95 Australian Inst. of Sport/Australia 2
15 Derrick Favors F/C 6-10 265 7/15/91 Georgia Tech/USA 7
27 Rudy Gobert C 7-1 245 6/26/92 Cholet Basket (France)/France 4
5 Rodney Hood G 6-8 206 10/20/92 Duke/USA 3
2 Joe Ingles F 6-8 226 10/2/87 Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel)/Australia 3
8 Jonas Jerebko F 6-10 231 3/2/87 Angelico Biella (Italy)/Sweden 7
6 Joe Johnson G/F 6-7 240 6/29/81 Arkansas/USA 16
21 Erik McCree F 6-8 225 12/20/93 Louisiana Tech/USA R
45 Donovan Mitchell G 6-3 215 9/7/96 Louisville/USA R
30 Nazareth Mitrou-Long G 6-4 218 8/3/93 Iowa State/Canada R
25 Raul Neto G 6-1 179 5/19/92 UCAM Murica (Spain)/Brazil 2
23 Royce O’Neale F 6-6 226 6/5/93 Baylor/USA R
3 Ricky Rubio G 6-4 190 10/21/90 FC Barcelona (Spain)/Spain 6
22 Thabo Sefolosha F 6-7 220 5/2/84 Angelico Biella (Italy)/Switzerland 11
33 Ekpe Udoh F 6-10 245 5/20/87 Baylor/USA 5

Head Coach: Quin Snyder


Assistant Coach: Igor Kokoskov
Assistant Coach: Alex Jensen
Assistant Coach: Johnnie Bryant
Assistant Coach/Basketball Operations: Mike Wells
Assistant Coach/Basketball Strategy: Zach Guthrie
Assistant Coach/Integrated Player Development: Jeff Watkinson
Assistant Coach/Player Development: Antonio Lang
Assistant Coach/Player Development: Lamar Skeeter
Coaching Associate: DeSagana Diop
Vice President of Performance Health Care: Mike Elliott
Head Athletic Trainer: Eric Waters
Assistant Athletic Trainer: Nixon Dorvilien
Director of Sports Science/Assistant Coach: Mark McKown
Head Strength & Conditioning Coach: Isaiah Wright
Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach: Jasper Bibbs

Numerical Roster
2 Joe Ingles 21 Erik McCree
3 Ricky Rubio 22 Thabo Sefolosha
5 Rodney Hood 23 Royce O’Neale
6 Joe Johnson 25 Raul Neto
8 Jonas Jerebko 27 Rudy Gobert
10 Alec Burks 30 Nazareth Mitrou-Long
11 Danté Exum 33 Ekpe Udoh
13 Tony Bradley 45 Donovan Mitchell
15 Derrick Favors

Pronunciations
Danté Exum (DAHN-tay x-umm); Rudy Gobert (go-BARE); Joe Ingles (ING-uhls); Igor Kokoskov (kuh-KOSH-kov); Nazareth Mitrou-Long (ME-true)
Raul Neto (Hah-OOL Nett-oh); Thabo Sefolosha (TAH-bo sef-a-LOW-sha); Ekpe Udoh (EPP-ay OO-Doe); Vivint Smart Home Arena (VIV-ent)

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