Andy Larsen, Salt Lake Tribune

Andy Larsen

Salt Lake Tribune

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Recent articles by Andy:

Breaking down Utah’s alarming coronavirus spike

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The Triple Team: A 7-game series comes down to one play. After the loss, where do the Jazz go from here?

Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s 80-78 Game 7 loss to the Denver Nuggets from Salt Lake Tribune beat writer Andy Larsen. → Read More

Frustration reigns as Jazz teamwork stalls to a halt in Game 6 loss

Rudy Gobert kicked a chair during one timeout. At the end of the contest, Donovan Mitchell pushed down an exercise bike as he walked off the court. → Read More

Utah Jazz players have heard criticism of boycott, but they point to progress already made — with more to come

While the Utah Jazz sat out of Thursday’s game against the Denver Nuggets, just as the rest of the NBA did the day before, they heard the criticism. → Read More

Utah Jazz again have no answer for Nuggets’ Jamal Murray, and it kills them in Game 5

The Jazz couldn’t stop Jamal Murray. → Read More

The Triple Team: Donovan Mitchell scores 51 to outshine Jamal Murray’s 50 as Jazz win Game 4 shootout

Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s 129-127 win over the Denver Nuggets from Salt Lake Tribune Jazz beat writer Andy Larsen. → Read More

Jazz set franchise 3-point playoff record against Nuggets — by the third quarter

Even without Bojan Bogdanovic and Mike Conley available, this Jazz team can shoot. → Read More

The Triple Team: Donovan Mitchell shows off his playmaking, shredding Nuggets defense for Jazz win in Game 2

Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s 124-105 win over the Denver Nuggets from Salt Lake Tribune beat writer Andy Larsen. → Read More

The Triple Team: Did the Jazz want to lose to the Spurs, or did they just rest their guys for later?

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The Triple Team: 2nd quarter run, rotation change wakes Jazz up for 2nd bubble win vs. Grizzlies

Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s 124-115 win over the Memphis Grizzlies from Salt Lake Tribune Jazz beat writer Andy Larsen. → Read More

The Triple Team: In response to OKC defensive pressure, Jazz don’t move the ball, resulting in bad loss

Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s 110-94 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder from Salt Lake Tribune Jazz beat writer Andy Larsen. → Read More

The Triple Team: Donovan Mitchell’s late takeover, including final assist to Rudy Gobert, key to comeback win

Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s 106-104 win over the New Orleans Pelicans from Salt Lake Tribune Jazz beat writer Andy Larsen. → Read More

There’s some good news about potential coronavirus vaccines and when they might be available

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RSL defeats Colorado 2-0 in complete win, their first game since March

It was an unfamiliar scenario for a familiar battle. → Read More

Coronavirus in Utah: Utah moves into top 20 nationally in cases per capita, while death rate remains relatively low

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How much did protests spread the coronavirus? Here are the local numbers and the national research

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Why our public health leaders didn’t push face masks early and are now regretting it

In a recent Pew survey of American adults, 65% said they wore a mask all or most of the time when inside of stores or businesses. However, only 44% said they thought that all or most of the people in their community wore a mask. → Read More

Coronavirus treatments are improving. Here’s a guide to what works and why.

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Utah Jazz, and other LHM sports, entertainment groups, will recognize Juneteenth as a paid company holiday

The Larry H. Miller Sports and Entertainment group — the organization that oversees the Utah Jazz, Salt Lake Bees, Megaplex Theaters, and Vivint Smart Home Arena — announced Wednesday that it has made Juneteenth an annual company holiday. → Read More

The ins and outs of the NBA and Utah Jazz’s return to play

The NBA is coming back, officially. → Read More