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Memphis have traded NBA superstar Mike Conley to Utah in return for Grayson Allen , Kyle Korver , Jae crowded , the 23rd pick for tomorrow’s draft and a future first round pick . What extra move do Utah have to make in order to make them title contenders ? Leave your thoughts down below 👇👇 - Conley has previously been considered one of the best point guards in the league . He definitely gives Utah the extra push towards that title pushing them towards Portland’s level. However Utah have made a great sacrifice in their bench , giving up 3 amazing three point shooters for one starter . Big risk . Memphis won this trade simply for the fact that they acquired everything they possibly could’ve out of Mike Conley , as well as the fact that they really couldn’t have gotten any worse . This trade for Utah on the other hand could go either way . Be interesting to see how Donovan adapts his game to the addition of Mike Conley . Keep your eyes on the West , it’s only getting stronger ‼️ - utah utahjazz memphis memphisgrizzlies kylekorver jaecrowder mikeconley nba traded trade nbafinals west westernconferance

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Bridal Veil Falls, Provo Canyon, Utah is a 607-foot double cataract waterfall. An aerial tramway service to the top of the falls was built in 1961, and the small, six-passenger tramway functioned as a recreational attraction and as the only access to the mountaintop Eagle's Nest Lodge and restaurant, situated on a cliff at the top of the falls. I rode the falls myself one time. The building was used ocassionally for dances in the 1980s. In early 1996, an avalanche destroyed the building housing, the tramway machinery, and a gift shop, and they were never rebuilt. An arsonist would later destroy the remainder. The tramway was in operation prior to the 1996 avalanche. It was heralded as the "world's steepest aerial tramway," although that claim is difficult to ascertain. It is the steepest tram I have personally ridden. Every year it seems there is a report of a hiking mishap. In fact, the day I was there this past week was one of those days. They are generally novice climbers with limited knowledge, gear and climbing abilities. Just a few minutes northeast of the falls is the entrance to Sundance Ski Resort and the home of Robert Redford. I've never personally searched for his home. It's there but it's just not my thing to stalk people. I'll save the Sundance post for another time bridalveilfalls photography waterfall waterfalls bridalveil provoutah utahwow wowutah utahgram nature naturelover sunnyskies instaphoto sundance robertredford utah beutahful beautahful climbing climber

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We have lived in Utah pretty much most of our life. Finally after all these years we decided on a quick road trip to Moab. It is about a 3 hour 40 minute drive from SLC. Moab is definitely one of those places where you need more than one day to sight see. We bought a 7 day pass ($30 per vehicle). Even though we spent one day, it was still worth it. We hiked up to Delicate Arch which is a 3 mile roundtrip uphill hike. We did this hike with teenagers and little ones (5 & 6 year old). It is rated a difficult hike due to it being uphill and hardly any shade throughout the hike. Very important you wear comfortable shoes and take with you plenty water. If you’re hiking with little onesand teenagers who like to play around, there is part where you need to be careful because you are on the side of a cliff. This was an inexpensive trip. Since we didn’t get to see everything we wanted to, I’m pretty sure we will be making another trek south for more exploring! Moab BeUTAHFul Utah ArchesNationalPark WeLoveUtah BeehiveState TravelingTokos

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Mike Conley trades to Utah Jazz from the Grizzlies for Jae Crowder, Kyle Korver, Grayson Allen, the No. 23 pick in Thursday's NBA draft. With Ja Morant an almost certain pick for Memphis, this new depth may be what they need. • • • memphis grizzlies NBA Utah Jazz

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One of the most magical moments I have ever witnessed 🙏

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Never thought I’d get this riled up defending the fanbase of a team I despise so greatly. Here it is Ep. 122: How the West was lost, Magic & Lebron style. Link in bio 🎙