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Published: Friday, April 18 2008 12:33 a.m. MDT

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No Chance

Jazz will go 4 and out against Houston. Last year they had Fisher, who knows what it takes to win and they could not pull it off. This year all they have is the loosing experience of last year to lean on. Results, Jazz out in 4.

Anonymous

You got the four right but it will be Utah sweeping. Houston has no Yao, possibly no Alston and Mcgrady and Battier are fragile. Plus the bench has three rookies. Houston has a problem. Jazz to sweep.

copperpot

No Chance, you must be a bitter Houston fan. The Rockets haven't beaten the Jazz in a series since '95 and by the looks of it with T-Mac leading this group it doesn't look like the chances are that good this year. As far as the 22 game win streak goes yes it was nice, but all it did was give the Rockets a 5 seed and homecourt which happened last year and we know the results of that.............Jazz in 6

Don't count on it

Out in 4? I predict a 4-2 Jazz win in this series.

Sokol

I am predicting a shocker with the Rockets winning
4 to 3...Sorry. The Jazz do not have the killer instinct.

@Sokol

Not this year. D-Will has learned how to stick the knife in and twist, and AK will be back in fighting form. Jazz in 5.

Oddball

Jazz in 5!!!! No questions about it. I would say Jazz in 4, but we will be too happy about a game 1 win, that we won't show up for game 2.

Sneaky Jimmy

The problem this year is D-Will. He is HURT. Jazz will not win on the road. Jazz lose in 7.

ZEKE

Jazz in 6.Jazz have stronger bench than last year, more experence. I think DWill will roll in the playoffs.

@Sneaky Jimmy

D-will is hurt....lets see. He got hurt on Saturday and then what happened the following Monday....I'm trying to remember....Oh that's right. D-Will and the Jazz smacked around the Rockets. If D-Will plays that way hurt, Houston's in trouble.

lol at Sokol

D-Will has always had killer instinct. He had it in college and he is refining it more and more each year in the NBA. Hasn't history shown that T-Mac is the one superstar in the league that lacks a killer instinct more than any of the other stars in the NBA? Sure, he can get hot in the fourth quarter, but when its a high pressure situation and it really matters he clams up. I even feel sorry for him. I highly doubt any Houston fans feel sorry for D-Will.

jazzfan

I think the problem is that even though Mcgrady will want to get back at Utah for what happened last year and you figure he's gonna have to advance past the first round sooner or later, but that said i don't think that they can win without Yao.But make no mistake about it,Houston will give Utah everything they can handle,this one can go all the way.My prediction Jazz in 7.

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