Jazz

The Utah Jazz guard goofed around in front of the camera as the mess was cleaned up.
The building once housed a young Louis Armstrong and a Jewish family who instilled in him a love of singing.
The former Utah Jazz star boasted he had done "significant amount of research." But Twitter called foul.
The Jazz said they were "heartbroken" by the news of Eaton's death. The 7-foot-4 shot-blocking whiz was a two-time NBA defensive player of the year and All-Star.
The 20-year-old activist and author recalled the painful experience of being barred from girls soccer games because she was trans.
Players including Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert tweeted their gratitude for the safe emergency landing.
The Grammy-winning pianist pushed the boundaries of jazz and worked alongside Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock.
The creators said they wanted to make sure the movie was authentic to Black culture and the jazz music scene.
“Ellis Marsalis was a legend. He was the prototype of what we mean when we talk about New Orleans jazz."
Testing kits for the virus have been dangerously scarce, but that didn't seem to stop NBA players from quickly getting screened.
The Utah Jazz player mocked what he suggested was an overreaction to COVID-19 at a press conference just two days before testing positive.
Rudy Gobert was the first player on the team to contract COVID-19. The entire NBA season has since been suspended.
Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert ran his hands along mics and recording devices at a press conference 48 hours before testing positive for the virus.
The decision comes after Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert reportedly tested positive for COVID-19.
The NBA game in Oklahoma City was called off just before tip-off, and fans were asked to leave.
"I call them my battle wounds," the 19-year-old transgender activist said.
On International Transgender Day Of Visibility, we highlight the victories of trans rights pioneers.
“Once equality is the norm for all women, trans or cis, the women’s movement will be perfect,” says Jazz Jennings.
Jeanette Jennings is the parent of Jazz, who identified as transgender at a very young age. As a parent, Jeannette navigated many obstacles and fought for her child, allowing Jazz to be true to herself. Jeanette Jennings appears in TLC’s reality show, “I am Jazz.”
The activist and television star shared her thoughts on the administration's proposal to stop recognizing the existence of trans people.