SLC Dunk - New Year’s Resolutions for the Utah Jazz


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After a crazy 2020, what will 2021 bring?

2020 has finally come to an end. No matter who you are, or where you live, or how you live - 2020 has been an absolute monster. Just speaking in terms of the Utah Jazz, this year was arguably the craziest calendar year in franchise history. Rudy and Donovan named All-Stars in February, Rudy Gobert “shutting down the NBA” in March with COVID-19, the beef that followed between he and Donovan, Bojan’s season-ending wrist surgery, losing Jerry Sloan, the Orlando bubble, social justice movements and George Floyd, Donovan’s 57-point playoff game, blowing a 3-1 lead, Jazz selling to Ryan Smith, extending franchise cornerstone’s Mitchell and Gobert to max deals, and starting season two months after the Finals in December. WHEW that was a big sentence. Did I miss anything? The point is, 2020 has been crazy for everyone, but it was especially crazy for the Utah Jazz. As the final day of 2020 eclipses, we can look forward to a fresh start in 2021. Along with all of us, the Jazz are turning a new leaf. What can we expect from them at the turn of this year? Here’s some resolutions and what we can look forward to.

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