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He can’t be the only real scorer if Utah wants to have a passable offense again.

The Jazz are a leading contender to be called the NBA’s most disappointing team at the quarter-pole of the regular season, which is a real shame as some of us thought the Jazz might just be a leading contender, period. Imagine a world in which the Warriors suffer internal distress and a string of eyebrow-raising losses and the Rockets get out to that bumpy start while the Jazz are playing like they did in the second half of last season. Utah would be the toast of the league.

The problem is that the Jazz have been way worse than either the Warriors or the Rockets. They’ve just flown under the radar a little bit more.

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Los Angeles • We’ve seen this movie before. The plot is pretty recognizable at this point — a low-energy start, a woeful outside shooting performance, and a little more distance put between last year’s magical finish and this year’s underwhelming-by-comparison start.

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Utah doesn't have the same communication this season as last year's squad. Why?

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INDIANAPOLIS — A large pair of white, wireless Beats by Dre headphones were used to help Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell drown out the noise while going through his pregame routine at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

However, as soon as Mitchell noticed 11-year-old Jaden Wagner and his father, Joey — the University of Louisville's basketball game day-emcee — Mitchell had to show them some love.

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Utah beat Boston for the second time in eight days and swept the season series.

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