About Utah: If only the Utah Jazz never had to leave EnergySolutions Arena

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  • Johnson72
    May 8, 2010 4:09 p.m.

    I totally agree with all the previous posters... Being great at home in the regular season means nothing.. Post season is what counts... All them teams that have worse home records than the Jazz have won how many Championships the past 25 years?

  • netmaster
    May 8, 2010 3:08 p.m.

    What happened 25 years ago has little impact on the team today. I would rather see an article with great analysis by some current scouts for other NBA teams. Then we might learn something new.

  • gb97
    May 8, 2010 10:16 a.m.

    I'm trying to understand the point of this article. Is it just to give Jazz fans something to be excited about or is it rubbing it in by saying they are the best team to never win a championship. I'd rather be the worst team to win a championship than the best team not to win one.

  • eyeliketoreadthepaper
    May 8, 2010 7:12 a.m.

    This has to be the weakest logic used in any sports article in the history of sports news. The Lakers are number 2??? Keep telling yourself that if that makes you feel better. But here are the real questions. How many championships have the Jazz won? How do the Jazz stack up compared to the Lakers in playoff games overall? To compare any other statistic is absolutely pointless. You can talk all about the Lakers and Jazz record since the 80's but let us keep in mind who has the better record THIS YEAR. The Jazz record at home is good, so what? They still didn't have home court advantage which would have been key to any hopes of them winning, which they will not. They just do not have the talent on the court to pull off a series win against the Lakers.