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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Jingled, Aug 12, 2019.
Western teams tend to have a harder schedule. But not always.
Home games. The Jazz don't play home games on Sundays.
Per candrew, the average amount of Sunday games for a team of our profile is 6. If that’s evenly split, that’s three home games. It’s a shame that with all the other scheduling conflicts across the league (concerts, events, teams sharing venues with other sports, or even Staples Center housing not just two NBA teams, but also an NHL team), that it’s really having to schedule those 3 games on the road rather than at at home that’s the straw breaking the camels back to **** us in the ***.
Cook us in the sun?
Kiss us in the car.
Free us in the end
(A tale of redemption)
Damnation -- Jazz @ Bulls while I am likely out of the country.
That said, looking at this schedule, it seems likely the Jazz could go undefeated.
I might be at that Jazz/Bucks game on 11/8.
That’ll be a fun one.
Find us in the Alp(s).
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Look m8, I was hoping people would get it without the “s”, but I frankly don’t have that confidence, so it was just there as a hint. I prefer Alp in all things and god and the Bible.
It will be a good test for the new look Favor-less Jazz. Gianis destroyed Rudy last season, Jazz fought back to win the game because Rudy sat and Favors defended Gianis.
It’s too bad the Jazz have never played the Bucks before that.
Yes, intuitively, I would think the worst WC teams would have the most difficult schedules (again, depending on who they play 3x vs. 4x) followed by the worst EC teams because everyone they play has a better record. Conversely the easiest schedules should be the elite WC teams followed by the best EC teams.
I don't get why having 6 Sunday road games and 35 road games on other days is worse than having 3 Sunday road games and 38 on other days. And would 3 Sunday home games be any moe advantageous than playing 0 on Sunday? We still face the EXACT same opponents. We still play the exact same amount of H/A games.
I think the disadvantage in the past was more of a scheduling disadvantage. When Jazz were bad, they weren't going to play a Thursday TNT game. And they weren't attractive to a national audience on Sundays. So every home game - and most road games - had to fit in M-W and F-Sat. That created a lot of 3-in-4 and 4-in-5 game stretches. Not really a concern now with a sprinkling of Sun and Thurs games on the schedule.
Well it sucks because Sunday is a perfect day to go to a Jazz game for a lot of people. It's one of their two days off work if they work a "traditional" schedule.
That's what sick days are for. Pick a Friday, call in sick, go to the game.
Use a vacation day (If I call off I get charged a vacation day), potentially lose my OT hours for the week and get an occurrence (missing a day unscheduled gets me an occurrence and if I hit 6 occurrences in a rolling 12 month window I get fired). So I'd rather just use my regular day off.
You need an employer with JazzFanz benefits.