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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Jingled, Aug 12, 2019.
I went to Redlands high school for a year! Small world!
At least they don't have to fight LA or New York traffic on the way to/from the airport.
This excites me.
When do single-game and ticket packages normally go on sale?
I need Philly, Milwaukee, Clippers (w/ PG), Houston and LAL.
My daughter goes to REV. She loves it.
Yep, better than last year, at least projected, that could change. Still an above average difficult schedule. Guess God cheers against the Jazz.
Not sure about ticket packages but single game tickets go on sale Wednesday at 10:00.
Best part of my day was that P.E. was 2nd period so it was still not too hot, haha.
I'd hate that. Screws up my League Pass access.
Strength of schedule... Utah is 12th. That's way better than last year. Weren't we top 3?
Looks like maybe Wednesday?
Gag on how often NOP is on TV. Nba goes to extreme measures to buoy that franchise up. I hope the cultural significance of subsidizing NOP makes up for the hits on the leagues bottom line.
They are the closest team to me so I will be at the games in January in New Orleans.
We ended up 6th. So initially this looks better. But that can change as the season goes on.
5th hardest pre All Star. 24th hardest part All Star.
So better than last year, but 4th year in a row of a really unbalanced schedule. Maybe more but that's all I can see data for.
That sucks for the players and their all star accolade chances.
They’re propping up Zion lol. You have to.
True but the Jazz will go into the playoffs with lots of momentum and firing on all cylinders.
So we face our conference finals/NBA finals rivals in the second week of November: LAC, PHI/MIL. Interesting.
Wouldn't it always be unbalanced due to being in the WC - 4 games vs most WC teams but just 2 against EC teams (since the EC has a poorer W/L percentage than the WC)? The only real differences are which WC teams Utah faces just 3 times. And, as Utah gets better, SOS gets better as Utah displaces higher ranked teams.