Andy Larsen, Eric Walden and Xoel Cardenas will be talking about the latest Jazz news, matchup analysis, as well as give you their take on what else is happening in the Association.
HBTJ Ep. 18: ESPN/Jazz TV analyst Holly Rowe talks being back in Utah, working the Rose Bowl & more
On this episode, the guys sit down and talk to ESPN/Jazz TV analyst Holly Rowe. The guys ask Holly about being back in Utah and covering the Jazz, her busy schedule, and more. She also gives insight on interviewing athletes and coming up with questions in the moment.
HBTJ Ep. 17: Breaking down the Utah Jazz’s losing streak and poor defense
On the latest “How ‘Bout This Jazz” podcast episode, the guys break down the Utah Jazz's four-game losing streak and their lackluster defense. Plus, is it time to hold Quin Snyder more accountable for the poor defense?
HBTJ Ep. 16: Recapping a busy week for the Utah Jazz
On the latest episode, host/moderator Xoel Cardenas and Tribune Jazz beat reporters Andy Larsen and Eric Walden break down the busy week the Utah Jazz had which included 10-day signings, players testing positive for COVID-19, and making a trade to save money.
HBTJ Ep. 15: Jordan Clarkson-fan incident a reminder fans have to learn players are 'people too’
On the latest episode, host/moderator Xoel Cardenas and Tribune Jazz beat reporter Eric Walden discuss the Jordan Clarkson-Spurs fan incident, give their thoughts on what Clarkson said after the game, and ask why there seems to be a rise in player-fan interactions courtside.
HBTJ Ep. 14: Why do the Utah Jazz struggle in ‘clutch’ games?
In the latest episode, the guys discuss what is going on with the Utah Jazz in clutch games and try to break down why Quin Snyder’s play calls and the team’s shot selection are failing with with under a minute in close games.
HBTJ Ep. 13: Why is Rudy Gobert not respected by some NBA players?
In the latest episode, the guys discuss why Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert is seemingly disrespected at times by other NBA players. Plus, are we seeing the apex of Quin Snyder's offensive creativity?
The information is good, but they need to work on the audio. You can't always hear both commentators.
Great podcast a must listen for any jazz fan. That said some may find Tony Jones’s new character aka “Andy Larson” offensive and dishonest.