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  • Haws brothers among best basketball players in Utah

    PROVO, Utah — Two Utah brothers grew up playing ball together, and their skills on the court have placed them among the best basketball players in the state. Tyler Haws plays for Brigham Young University, and his younger brother T.J. Haws plays for Lone Peak High School. FOX 13 Sports’ Jer Bates spoke to the Haws brothers about the game, their plans for the future, and whether or not each brother felt like he could beat the other on the […]

  • Jazz contain LeBron; beat the Heat

    SALT LAKE CITY– On Friday the Utah Jazz were embarrassed in Dallas, but on Saturday they bounced back by defeating the defending NBA champions. Utah held LeBron James to just 13 points (tying his season low) as the Jazz beat the Heat 94-89. Marvin Williams made five 3-pointers on Friday in a losing effort. He hit five more from long range on Saturday, leading all scores with 23 points. Dwayne Wade paced Miami with 19 points. Gordon Hayward had nine […]

  • Red Rocks roll Arizona, 1,001 wins for Utah’s coach

    SALT LAKE CITY– On Friday night the University of Utah defeated Arizona 197.825 – 194.425, an absolute shellacking in gymnastics, to give head coach Greg Marsden career victory number 1,001. Before the meet, the school honored Marsden for becoming the first NCAA gymnastics coach to achieve the milestone of 1,000 victories (which came last week at Arizona State). Gymnasts who competed for Marsden in the past came back to the Huntsman Center to share in the celebration and witness the […]

  • Jazz down and out in Dallas

    DALLAS– The Utah Jazz had a three-day break before playing the Mavericks on Friday, but most of the team looked like they thought the break was four days. Marvin Williams scored 11 of the first 13 points for Utah and had a team high 21, but it wasn’t nearly enough as Dallas won 103-81. Trey Burke was next on the Jazz with 13 points but shot just 33 percent from the field. Monta Ellis led all scores with 22 points […]

  • Utes beat Huskies to snap skid

    SALT LAKE CITY– The Utah men’s basketball team entered Thursday’s game against Washington with seven losses on the season by a combined total of just 26 points. But close or not, the losses still hurt and the Utes had dropped three straight before facing the Huskies. But Jordan Loveridge played his way out of a small slump, scoring 16 points and grabbing 13 rebounds, leading Utah to a 78-69 win over Washington. Loveridge, who played at West Jordan High School, […]

  • Utes lose in OT, again

    BOULDER, Colo.– The Utah men’s basketball team has had a number of close games this season, and most of them have ended with the Utes on the losing end. So was the case on Saturday in Boulder when Colorado defeated Utah 79-75 in overtime. Usually reliable Jordan Loveridge was just 2-11 from the field, finishing with only four points. Still, Utah led by six at halftime thanks to a boost of the bench from Ahmad Fields, who finished with nine […]

  • ‘1223’ banner raised in Jerry Sloan’s honor

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Jazz honored former Head Coach Jerry Sloan Friday as they raised a banner to the rafters at Energy Solutions Arena. The banner emblazoned with “1223” represents Sloan’s career 1,223 wins with the Utah Jazz. FOX 13 Sports’ Jer Bates was at ESA as former players, including Jazz greats Karl Malone and John Stockton, joined others in congratulating Sloan. Check out the video above for Sloan, Stockton and Malone’s comments, and check out the gallery […]

  • Cougars stung by Stockton and Zags

    SPOKANE, Wash.– The BYU men wasted a 48-point career night from Tyler Haws on Thursday, losing at Portland in triple overtime. It was not surprising that the Cougars appeared to run out of gas on Saturday at Gonzaga. Haws had enough juice to account for 23 points, but David Stockton (son of Utah Jazz legend John Stockton) scored 14 for the Bulldogs en route to an 84-69 Gonzaga win. Kevin Pangos led all scores with 24, including six 3-pointers as […]

  • BYU rallies, then falls in triple OT

    PORTLAND, Ore.– The BYU men’s basketball team knew they couldn’t look past Portland to Gonzaga, who they’ll play in Spokane on Saturday. After all, the Pilots just beat the Bulldogs and they were well on their way to beating the Cougars with an 11-point second half lead. But then Tyler Haws flipped the switch. The BYU guard set a new career high with 48 points, including a 3-pointer that tied the game at 91 with less than 15 seconds left […]

  • Utah lets lead, win slip through their fingers

    TEMPE, Ariz.– The Utah men’s basketball team saw a two-game win streak come to an end Thursday night when they blew a second half lead and lost to Arizona State 79-75. Dallin Bachynski came off the bench to lead the Utes with 16 points, but his older brother Jordan, who plays for the Sun Devils, had 11 points and helped spark a late push for ASU to seal the win. Utah remains winless on the road in PAC-12 games this […]

  • Long time coming; Utah beats #25 UCLA

    SALT LAKE CITY – It took more than eight decades, but the University of Utah Utes men’s basketball team has finally beaten UCLA on their home floor. The last time the Utes defeated the Bruins in Salt Lake City was in 1928. Making Saturday’s 74-69 victory even more historic is that UCLA was ranked number 25 in the country. Jordan Loveridge scored 17 points and had 9 rebounds for Utah in the win, their second straight. Utah improves to 14-4 […]

  • Jazz rookie cheered on by college fans during win over Detroit

    AUBURN HILLS, Mich.– A year ago Trey Burke was leading the Michigan Wolverines to the top of the Big Ten. Friday at the Palace, he was leading the Jazz to a 110-89 blowout win over the Detroit Pistons. Hundreds of fans who cheered for Burke in college turned out to support the former NCAA player of the year, and he didn’t disappoint. Burke led the Jazz with 20 points and 12 assists, highlighted by a lob to Jeremy Evans for […]