Lebron is back and the young Kuzma , Ingram , Ball can get back to playing basketball after surviving the trade deadline. I don't know who bets against Lebron but I don't. Lakers are going to come ballin to make the playoffs. Sacramento got better ,they found their SF in Harrison Barnes and picked up Alex Burks to go with a good 2nd unit in Bagley,Giles and Bogdanovic.They are going to be very hard to outscore going against any team. Jazz are in the weak part of their schedule but this whole season says they might not get hot like last year and leave skid marks going into the playoffs. Jazz need to take the leash off of Exum.He works great with Favors and Gobert and can get to the basket anytime he wants and like it or not Jazz are committed to Exum and Favors this season. In front of the Jazz will any team come backwards to them …...Houston picks up Shumpert who will help defensively and maybe allow Eric Gordon to come off the bench in his 6th man role and Capela will be coming back. Even Portland quietly gets better IF Rodney Hood can play to his potential and Skal Labissiere grows with the change of scenery. San Antonio is playing above their heads but are great veterans that don't look to wilt . I think Enes Kanter will be looking at Houston and Sacramento when his buyout goes through as both Houston and Sacramento need rebounding. Jazz only way to get better is to finally see what Exum brings to the table with more playing time .Why else did they turn down trade offers for him.