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Published: Wednesday, Sept. 25 2013 2:50 p.m. MDT

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Americanvet
Ivins, UT

The Lakers are still trying to hold on to the "middle of the pack" philosophy just as the Jazz did the last several years. Thank goodness the Jazz decided to bust out of that boring proposition by shaking up the lineup. Chances are good the Lakers will finish ahead of the Jazz this year. They may get the 7th or 8th seed in the playoffs and then get sent home in the first round by a better team just like the old Jazz. In a couple of years I predict the Lakers will decide to go through the same painful process that Jazz are employing this year, but I doubt they will be able to do it with a stable of young talent like the Jazz have. Onward and upward for the new Jazz!

rvalens2
Burley, ID

"Will the Jazz be better than the Lakers? L.A. Times says no"

Wow! There is absolutely no bias in L.A. is there?

drjazz83
Boston, MA

They might have a better record, but they won't be more entertaining! Go Jazz, let's get this started!

Brahmabull
sandy, ut

jrjazz -

The jazz losing most games is entertaining to you?? Odd

SWWeatherGuy
South Weber, UT

Not odd at all-- the Jazz losing most games is not a given, it might seem likely but it's not a given. What is a given is what the old Jazz were capable of, and watching Al take them to the brink of the playoffs year-after-year is NOT entertaining.

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