Hold the home court and Ty has a career winning record after the Houston game.
"I'm a moron for thinking the Browns could even sniff 10 wins in a division where the other three teams (two of whom almost always make the playoffs) made the post-season last year. Gyp Rosetti's thee God of football knowledge." - Brown Notes
01-15-2013 12:02 PM
Good post Motown -I predict the Jazz will finish with 46 wins, good enough for a 7th seed.
Originally Posted by MoTown16
I came up with this total by taking our home winning % and applying it to the remaining home games 25 games at 75% winning = 19 wins at home. I did the same with our road games 17 games x 37.5% =6 wins. I also expect that we will go on a run and we may pick up an additional win or two due to momentum. So 47 or 48 is not out of the question.
However if a trade occurs it changes everything.
I'd like to inform you fellow less whiny Jazz fans, that the Jazz are now tied for the 7th seed with Huston
....I say 15-5! We will have the number one seed, a bye week, and all our playoff games played at home! Oh, wait! I'm thinking about football and the Atlanta Falcons! My bad!
i tend not to look game-by-game but rather look at groups of games.
cle, was - the only way they lose anything here is if they're rusty from all the time off.
@lal - highly unlikely we sweep the lakers on the season. plus, they're all healthy now.
ind, hou, noh, por- i would guess they lose one in this week-long homestand, either ind/hou.
@por - on the back half of a home-and-home overnight set, we probably drop this one
sac, mil, chi - once again, i'd say they are likely to lose one of the three.
@sac - i'll give them this one, mostly on the inverse of the LAL logic - SAC doesn't take the season series from us.
okc, @min - i might give us minny w/ love out, but for a couple straight years now we've mailed it in before the break, so 0-2 is poss.
gsw, @lac, bos, atl, cha - they def lose one, possibly 2 in this stretch.
so that's either 13-7 or 12-8.
meanwhile, denver (#6) has a cake schedule. GSW (#5) has 16 of their next 23 games over the same stretch on the road (and the home games are lac, okc, dal, phx, hou, phx, sas), but have a 3 1/2 game lead on us going in.
i think a 12-8 stretch will help to keep teams 8 through 11 off our backs, but not sure it'll move us up a ton.
I'm going to agree with Nerd for the most part. I think 13-7 is the most likely, and that well move us up one spot to 6th. I think GS (without Curry) has a tough time with that schedule and Denver might even pass Memphis by the time the next 20 are done.
I see us going 11-7 over the next 18. That would put us at 33-26, seven games above .500, and quite possibly as high as the 5th seed. Maybe we can catch fire and go more like 13-5 which would put us at 35-24. Interesting.
All I can say to this is, bring it on! I'm fine with that scenario!
Originally Posted by BabyPeterzz
BTW, the only reasons this team is tough to watch is the Big Al iso ball and how they glue the youngsters to the bench even if they are playing well.
Cy is a Baker, he doesn't work fast food. Don't make that mistake, he doesn't like it.
I find post play and footwork extremely entertaining, considering bigs these days seem to neglect that aspect of the game. I love watching guys like AL, Bynum, Z-Bo ext who can play with their back to the basket.
Originally Posted by orangello
Anyhow 3-0 so far
I'm a bit late to the thread as 3 of the games have been played, but I'll go with 13-7.
So 10-7 then?
Originally Posted by nightmare3983
p.s. say high to your secsy for me.
Put some respeck in my paycheck
Thanks to David $tern's influence, the Los Angeles Fakers were allowed to maul us on the defensive end tonight, thus giving us our first L of the 20 game stretch.