For the Jazz to be really good it's time for the young guns to step up.
Last year Hayward, Kanter, Burks, and Favors at times all looked like they can
become very good,if not great players in this league. But then they would all
have too many games where they didn't perform. Great players in this league
play well night in and night out. If these young guys are really going to be
special they need to start showing that consistency this year. If they do I
think the Jazz will exceed expectations and get home court in the playoffs. If
the young guns still play up and down again this year I'm starting to think
that's probably all they will ever be and the Jazz won't keep up with
the contending teams in the west.