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Wood’s Word: The eighth and final playoff spot

I wrote last week’s column about Utah’s final and crucial stretch of the regular season. The Jazz had only a few games left, and I knew that the season would come down to the wire. I didn’t imagine the storyline would unfold the way it has.    The Jazz are battling the Los Angeles Lakers […]

The Utah Jazz have only a few games left on their schedule, and they find themselves in a tight race for the eighth and final Western Conference playoff spot. The Western Conference has three teams hoping to make the final playoff spot: the Utah Jazz, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Dallas Mavericks. As of Friday […]

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WSU falls in CIT championship

The Weber State University men’s basketball team lost the CIT Championship at the buzzer on Tuesday night at the Dee Events Center. The Wildcats faced off against the East Carolina University Pirates for a very intense and emotional basketball game — their final one of the season. The Wildcats came into the match on a […]

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Have you been feeling slightly off as of late? Does your controversially heavy backpack put even more of a strain on your spine at the moment? Does the end of the semester seem to be about as close to getting here as an NBA championship for the Utah Jazz? Well, feel no shame, my friend, […]

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The Weber State University men’s basketball team will head to the semifinal round of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament after defeating Oral Roberts University 83-74 in a close quarterfinal battle on Wednesday night. The Wildcats entered the game with exceptional play behind them during the tournament. After a 40-point victory over California Polytechnic State University and a […]

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I was playing basketball with some friends the other night, and I made four 3-point shots in a row. I scored the game’s final shot from beyond unrealistic Jimmer regions, and I finally understood what he was thinking all those years (“wow . . . I’m glad that went in”). The horse was so high […]

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