Spence Checketts from 1280 The Zone joins Dave Fox for All That Jazz (Photo: KUTV)This week Spence Checketts joined Dave Fox for a special NBA trade edition of All That Jazz. Spence has the perfect deal for the Jazz, so perfect in fact he believes it will happen. Spence also reveals the most tradeable Jazz players and how the rest of the NBA views the future of the Gobert/Mitchell tandem. Check out All That Jazz here:
(KUTV) The Jazz may be in a slump, however Jazz analyst Spence Checketts is not! So much to talk about with this team. How does the Mitchell-Gobert youth movement compare with others such as Simmons-Embid? The trade deadline comes sooner this season. What does that mean for the Jazz Big man situation? And which NBA legend is Spence comparing Donovan Mitchell to--in at least one statistical category?
Dave Fox and Spence Checketts break down the week for the Utah Jazz (Photo: KUTV)(KUTV) - In their weekly edition of "All That Jazz", Spence Checketts and Dave Fox dig in to the Jazz who are now on a win streak. Spence has some numbers that show just how impressive the Favors-Hood-Mitchell trio are working. However, what happens when Rudy Gobert returns?
Last year the @utahjazz celebrated the 20 year anniversary of the '97 Finals Team. How about the '98 team and the rematch with the Chicago Bulls? I asked former #Jazz Guard & @nyknicks Coach Jeff Hornacek what his memory of the '98 series is. Loved his answer 🏀 https://t.co/XAbYuEpxKf
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