Or that Hayward really did become a god, instead of just being a potential god.Cyrone Torbin said:If we make it into extra play, that either means the rookies stepped it up big time or that Jefferson finally learned how to play winning basketball.
I don't see Favors getting crazy good until his 3rd or 4th year. I suspect he will follow a Paul Millsap timeline of improvement. He will just be physically imposing though, so he will be able to impose his will more than Sap can.is it safe to say CJ Miles would not be a possible nomination.how about if Favors becomes crazy good?
MVP is stat-oriented, so it will be Jefferson or Millsap. Both those guys should be flirting with 20-10. However, IF the Jazz make the playoffs, it will be a result of having a stronger, more productive bench. Assuming the starters will be Millsap, Jefferson, Miles, Hayward and Harris, those five should be able to hang with most teams, especially if Hayward plays like he did after the all-star break. However, the Jazz absolutely need production from Favors, Kanter, Burks and even Bell. Memo could also add outside shooting and leadership. Early last season, the Jazz had very little behind the starters - outside of CJ chucking up shots. Now the potential is there for a very good, very deep bench.im hoping the Jazz make the playoffs this coming season,assuming there is a season,and if the Jazz do make the playoffs,which Jazz player will be the mvp on the team and the main reason it happens?WILL IT BE A ROOKIE? Or will it be Hayward or one of the vets?