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Elizah Huge

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The Jazz are currently tied for the 3rd lowest for win total projections. The current line for us is 24.5. The Pacers are also 24.5, the Rockets are at 23.5 and the Spurs are at 22.5.

The Magic are next at 26.5 and the Pistons round out the teams who are projected under 30 wins with 28.5.

Minnesota is at 47.5 which honestly seems a little low to me considering they won 46 last year without Gobert.

Cleveland is at 46.5 which also seems low considering they won 44 last year without Donovan.

The odds put Minnesota fighting with Dallas for the 6th seed and put Cleveland fighting with Atlanta for the 6th seed.
 


Swuul

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I'd bet Jazz Over, Minnesota Over, Cleveland Under.

Minnesota is the easy one, I think. IMO they should have a 50+ win team this season.

Cleveland is a bit iffy. Sure, they got Donovan, but have a massive hole at the SF. Very likely going to be many interesting matches, but unless they get their hands on a 3&D to play at the SF, then I find it hard for them to win more than 45, because their opponents will surely exploit that.

Jazz atm, with the dudes on list right now, looks to me like a 30+ win team. However, the saloon doors are still swinging wildly, so I would hold on to put any bets on Jazz atm.
 

Elizah Huge

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Jazz alternate win total over 28.5 is +260

Jazz to Participate in Play-in Tournament is +1400

Agbaji to win Rookie of the Year is +3000

Sexton to win Most Improved Player is +3000

Sexton to average 25+ PPG and Markkanen to average 17+ PPG is +500

Sexton to average 26+ PPG and Jazz to win 26+ games is +550

Markkanen to average 18+ PPG and 9+ RPG is +1100

Sexton to average 26+ PPG and Jazz to win 30+ games is +1100
 

Elizah Huge

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Minnesota is even money +100 and Cleveland is +125 to participate in the Play-in Tournament.
 

Saint Cy of JFC

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How on Earth could Sexton be in the running for Most Improved when his last full season he averaged a fairly efficient 24 ppg?

Seems like Lauri would be our most likely to win Most Improved.

I put the Jazz over at 24.5 assuming no other trades happen. Only thing that would really change that is if they trade Mike and Beasley while getting no help back.
 

Bodhi

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How on Earth could Sexton be in the running for Most Improved when his last full season he averaged a fairly efficient 24 ppg?

Seems like Lauri would be our most likely to win Most Improved.

I put the Jazz over at 24.5 assuming no other trades happen. Only thing that would really change that is if they trade Mike and Beasley while getting no help back.
He averaged 16pts a game in 11 games last year man.
 

PresidioTrojan

Active Member
Jazz alternate win total over 28.5 is +260

Jazz to Participate in Play-in Tournament is +1400

Agbaji to win Rookie of the Year is +3000

Sexton to win Most Improved Player is +3000

Sexton to average 25+ PPG and Markkanen to average 17+ PPG is +500

Sexton to average 26+ PPG and Jazz to win 26+ games is +550

Markkanen to average 18+ PPG and 9+ RPG is +1100

Sexton to average 26+ PPG and Jazz to win 30+ games is +1100

I wouldn't take a single one of those myself.
 
I will wait until 1 day before the season starts before I bet on this. Lot can still happen with the roster. However , the trending to tank for Wembanyama is looking more and more realistic with every vet that departs
 

Saint Cy of JFC

Well-Known Member
Jazz alternate win total over 28.5 is +260

Jazz to Participate in Play-in Tournament is +1400

Agbaji to win Rookie of the Year is +3000

Sexton to win Most Improved Player is +3000

Sexton to average 25+ PPG and Markkanen to average 17+ PPG is +500

Sexton to average 26+ PPG and Jazz to win 26+ games is +550

Markkanen to average 18+ PPG and 9+ RPG is +1100

Sexton to average 26+ PPG and Jazz to win 30+ games is +1100
I think Lauri gets like 19 and 7 per game. Jazz have a lot of centers and Vanderbilt who should be solid rebounders, averaging 9 will be tough unless we are playing him like 35 mpg.
 

Bodhi

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Because of injury. Voters arent going to "reward" the most improved trophy to a guy who had a bad 11 game season due to injury. He will be looked at as a 24 ppg player.
i thought you were a fact based poster? Like, its a hallmark of yours and whatnot? He didnt score 24 pts a game last year.
 


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