If our strategy with Phoenix is to bank on them losing, then that’s often not a great strategy and tends to backfire a lot. The universe goes out it’s way to make sure we get the worst outcome, too, when we fail to put forth a bit of effort and expect “the odds” to play out. Go watch the last day of the 2019 season, for instance.
I'm gonna start using load management on your mom.I am guessing that we weren’t sure how competitive we would end up being in today’s game and then it ended up being very close so we went for it.
I also think since it was on ESPN they might not have been real happy with is sitting Joe and JC on top of all the other guys being out.
The middle of the road approach is a little curious but when Rudy’s crystal speaks we have to listen I guess.
Agreed. It might work out but I don't know ... it feels like every time you're banking on another team to do something, it never happens.
I get the Jazz still control their own destiny but these games against bad teams, or depleted teams, that you lose makes relying on Phoenix to drop a few more games all the more likely.
Good point. We'll see.Nuggets knocks out PHX without Murray? Lol