2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
41-23, 2nd in Northwest
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Jazz players, staff now cleared of coronavirus

After completing their respective periods of quarantine and isolation following exposure to the coronavirus, all Jazz players and staff have been cleared by the Utah Department of Health.


Dream Weaver

Stugotz gives his all-time Utah Jazz team, talks to golfer Billy Horschel about his life on the PGA tour, and asks a priestess to analyze a dream.

Can the NBA playoffs compete with the start of the NFL season? (1:20)
Will NBA players get full salaries past April 1? (1:02)
NBA players roast each other during online match of COD (0:41)
Woj shares how the NBA is trying to contain the coronavirus (2:34)

The Hoop Collective: Adam Silver's Creative Plans And How The 2020 Season Could Play Out

A charity game? Adam Silver says that's one solution the NBA is considering to excite basketball fans while the league is on hiatus. Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon discuss the commissioner's ideas, long-term scheduling ramifications of suspended play (11:18) and Michele Roberts' comments about coronavirus testing for NBA players.

How is the NBA gauging its potential return? (0:55)
Silver lays out NBA's timetable to return (1:57)
Silver responds to New York Mayor de Blasio about tested players (2:27)
Silver answers if he's been tested for COVID-19 (0:36)
Silver on first week without games, role NBA can play during coronavirus pandemic (1:54)
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10dRoyce Young

OKC players, staff tested for virus; all negative

Based on possible exposure to the coronavirus before their game against the Jazz on March 11, Thunder players and staff underwent testing, using a private lab, and all results were found to be negative.

Woj: NBA teams hoping players stay in their home cities (1:09)
Where the West contenders stand at the hiatus (2:02)
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Utah's Mitchell says he still doesn't even feel sick

All-Star guard Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz said he showed no symptoms of being sick before testing positive for the coronavirus, and he continues to have no signs of illness since going into isolation.


The Hoop Collective: The Night The NBA Stopped And Where The League Goes From Here

What was it like the night the NBA stopped? Brian Windhorst looks back with Royce Young (at the postponed Jazz/Thunder game) and Tim MacMahon (at the final Nuggets/Mavericks game). Then, the guys discuss possible adjustments to the season's calendar (26:19) and why the league is incentivized to finish out the season (36:22).

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13dTim MacMahon

Gobert urges people to 'stay safe' in video

Jazz center Rudy Gobert, the first NBA player who tested positive for COVID-19, recorded a video released by the NBA urging people to take appropriate precautions to limit the coronavirus from spreading during the pandemic.

Gobert wishes he would've taken coronavirus more seriously (1:03)
Mitchell in high spirits after coronavirus diagnosis (0:28)
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14dTim Bontemps

Gobert donates $500K to worker fund, virus relief

Utah's Rudy Gobert, the first NBA player to test positive for the coronavirus, is donating $500,000 to support the employee relief fund at Vivint Smart Home Arena and social services relief in Utah, Oklahoma City and within the French health care system.

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14dTim Bontemps

Jazz's Mitchell feeling 'fine' during virus recovery

Jazz star Donovan Mitchell, who tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this week, said he's feeling 'fine' in a video the NBA posted to its Twitter account on Saturday.

Woj details doomsday pay provision in CBA (1:15)

Team Stats

Points Per Game111.017th
Rebounds Per Game45.113th
Assists Per Game22.226th
Points Allowed107.99th

Team History