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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by NAOS, Mar 7, 2020.
This place gonna meltdown
You mean the next 19 games?
The schedule the rest of the way is pretty tough, there are a few easy games sprinkled in but not many. Given our struggles against good teams, things could get pretty ugly. It's a shame because we're now only 1 game out of 3rd place.
We should lose our last 16 games so we go on a 16 game winning streak in the playoffs
This is the most rational statement I’ve ever read on jazzfanz. Here’s hoping fore 16 straight losses!!
Anything over 12 wins is respectable.
Nah... I’ve accepted our ultimate fate as the #5 seed and playing Houston.
Finally someone with a ****ing plan that makes sense.
Best case scenario we get home court advantage against Houston but we're definitely playing them.
Both OKC and Dallas are within 1 game of Houston. Houston has just lost its last 3 games, including losses to the Knicks and Hornets. Houston could easily drop to 6th or even 7th.
Teams finally figured out how to beat a team full of tiny players. Took like a month.
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All PF’s beats all SG’s every time!
But we beat the Knicks and they have 874 power forwards.
Size isn't our issue. Consistency is.
Which team do we want to face in the playoffs out of the realistic options. I rank them as:
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Not sure the Jazz have the roster to do it
I would go with
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Hopefully we learn how too!
Yeah I’d rather draw Dallas than OKC. Chris Paul shoots mid range jumpers over Gobert w the greatest of ease.
The Jazz are likely opening the playoffs on the road, so the probabilities favor the Clippers, Nuggets, or Houston as first round opponents.
That's about right. OKC would be a physical series, but I think we'd win in 5 or 6 games. I think we'd beat Dallas in 5 or 6 games as well. I think we'd ultimately beat Denver, but it would go 6 or 7 games.
Houston would be a toss-up because we have a hard time scoring against their switching defense, but they'd need consistent performances offensively from Westbrook and Gordon to beat us.