The Triple Team: Andy Larsen’s analysis of Donovan Mitchell’s fantastic game on both sides of the ball, even getting the crowd involved to force a critical turnover late

Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s 114-108 win over the Denver Nuggets from Salt Lake Tribune beat writer Andy Larsen. 1. Donovan Mitchell, on both sides of the ball Donovan Mitchell was incredible tonight, scoring 35 points (12-25 FG, 6-10 from 3), adding six rebounds, six assists, two steals, and two blocks. And the Jazz… Continue reading The Triple Team: Andy Larsen’s analysis of Donovan Mitchell’s fantastic game on both sides of the ball, even getting the crowd involved to force a critical turnover late

The Triple Team: Andy Larsen’s analysis of Donovan Mitchell’s fantastic game on both sides of the ball, even getting the crowd involved to force a critical turnover late

Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s 114-108 win over the Denver Nuggets from Salt Lake Tribune beat writer Andy Larsen. 1. Donovan Mitchell, on both sides of the ball Donovan Mitchell was incredible tonight, scoring 35 points (12-25 FG, 6-10 from 3), adding six rebounds, six assists, two steals, and two blocks. And the Jazz… Continue reading The Triple Team: Andy Larsen’s analysis of Donovan Mitchell’s fantastic game on both sides of the ball, even getting the crowd involved to force a critical turnover late

Joe Ingles says he doesn’t want place in All-Star Skills Challenge, Donovan Mitchell gets another endorsement deal

Joe Ingles was never going to be an All-Star, but he was the recipient of a national campaign created by Yahoo! Sports that tried to raise interest in him being named to the NBA’s Skills Challenge on Saturday night, one of the events that takes place before the 3-point and dunk contests. They even went… Continue reading Joe Ingles says he doesn’t want place in All-Star Skills Challenge, Donovan Mitchell gets another endorsement deal

BYU to enclose business school atrium in glass after December suicide

After a student died by suicide falling from the atrium inside Brigham Young University’s Tanner building in December, the university announced this week plans to enclose the atrium with glass. FOX 13 reports that the university will replace the glass parapet walls surrounding the atrium’s walkway with taller glass. Construction on the new walls is… Continue reading BYU to enclose business school atrium in glass after December suicide

George F. Will: Why do people like Lindsey Graham come to Congress?

Washington • Back in the day, small rural airports had textile windsocks, simple and empty things that indicated which way the wind was blowing. The ubiquitous Sen. Lindsey Graham has become a political windsock, and as such he — more than the sturdy, substantial elephant — is emblematic of his party today. When in 1994,… Continue reading George F. Will: Why do people like Lindsey Graham come to Congress?

E.J. Dionne: There’s nothing ‘moderate’ about caving in to Trump

Washington • This must be the last shutdown, ever. No politicians should be able to wreck government and inflict suffering on its employees as a form of brute force to get their way. Any deal to end this nonsense must therefore include a measure akin to the no-more-shutdowns proposal from Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., disarming… Continue reading E.J. Dionne: There’s nothing ‘moderate’ about caving in to Trump

A Utah man who allegedly killed a woman after running a red light in a stolen truck told police he drank a beer before the crash

A Utah man is in jail on suspicion of homicide after he allegedly stole a truck, drank a beer and then hit a woman’s car — ultimately killing her — as he ran a red light Wednesday morning in South Jordan. Edilberto Lopez-Ramirez, 23, was driving the stolen GMC K3500 east on Mountain View Highway… Continue reading A Utah man who allegedly killed a woman after running a red light in a stolen truck told police he drank a beer before the crash