Utah Jazz – Unheralded Force in the West

The Utah Jazz are considered by many to be one of the most irrelevant teams in the National Basketball Association. Quin Snyder, third year coach for the Jazz, had only improved his team’s overall record by 2 wins last year, finishing with an 40-42 record. A very young team Quin Snyder was given to in 2014-15, and he’s worked with pieces he’s had, only to be mediocre. In fact, last year the Jazz had only …

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HoopsCritic Hot 50 – #17 Karl Malone

  The mail was on time, it was delivered with power, and it was dealt with precision. A ring may have been lost somewhere along the way, but other than that small package Karl Malone delivered the goodies. Malone is rated second highest of all listed players on the #HCHot50 not to win a ring. One can only imagine what Malone’s legacy would’ve been, had the Jazz dispatched the Bulls on even one of their two …

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HoopsCritic Hot 50 – #25 John Stockton

John Stockton comes in ahead of a truck load of point guards already listed, no Championship needed to prove Stock’s greatness. Stockton and running mate Karl Malone are the ultimate duo in regards to statistical greatness not attaining a ring. Stockton feasted, a true two way force forgotten to often by the masses. Stockton led the league in assists per game in nine straight seasons, he was the leagues top distributor for a decade. . …

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