View Poll Results: Jazz MIGHT come within 20 pts in one game against?

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    I'd rather face OKC.
    We may win one game with OKC but for that to happen, Westbrook would have to go 3 for 40 which I think he's stupid enough to do.

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    OKC will be the champions. So OKC would be better matchup. You know "We've lost to the champs" thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoTown16 View Post
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    I think we can all agree there's not much hope of finishing better than 7th. And the chances of missing the playoffs seem equally slim. Portland is struggling along at .500 and the Lakers might eventually be playing with Kobe and a bunch if D-Leaguer's with all the injuries they've had.

    So do the Jazz have a better chance of losing by less than 20 pts. for one of their home games against SA or OKC?
    If they had a better coach they would be fighting for 4/5th.
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    I picked the Spurs. The Jazz would/will struggle mightily in either matchup, but given Duncan's knee issues the past few weeks compared to a healthier, younger Thunder team, I say bring on the Spurs! That's assuming the only options are facing the Spurs of the Thunder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UGLI baby View Post
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    Assuming the Clippers are the 3. The Jazz aren't going to make it past 5 games against a healthy Clippers team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HipHopAnonymous View Post
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    Assuming the Clippers are the 3. The Jazz aren't going to make it past 5 games against a healthy Clippers team.
    I don't see the Jazz making it past 5 games against any of the WC playoff teams. Not that it could ever happen, but they'd be lucky to win a game against Houston or GS come playoff time.

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    At least against the Spurs you have the "well, they're old" argument and such that gives us a chance to not get blown out. To me, there's really not an argument like that when going up against OKC. We'd be facing Kevin ****ing Durant. We'd be a post heavy team going up against the team with the best post defense in the league. It's just a recipe for disaster.

    Having said that, I'd predict a sweep against either team. Just like last year.

    Where's my "yay for mediocrity" t-shirt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spycam1 View Post
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    At least against the Spurs you have the "well, they're old" argument and such that gives us a chance to not get blown out. To me, there's really not an argument like that when going up against OKC. We'd be facing Kevin ****ing Durant. We'd be a post heavy team going up against the team with the best post defense in the league. It's just a recipe for disaster.

    Having said that, I'd predict a sweep against either team. Just like last year.

    Where's my "yay for mediocrity" t-shirt?
    They also have they highest collective basketball IQ in the league. Good defense, smart offense and good shooting will blow the Jazz out everytime. Pops will take Corbin's lunch money and even a crippled Duncan will take Al behind the woodshed.

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