You guys are so negative. With the way Jazz is playing, I think we will sweep
the series, 4-0 Jazz will win!! Now, who is with me?
@toosmartforyou, as a fellow kaysvillian, I've gotta say, you're
assessment is too negative for me. The Jazz are going to beat the thunder. Go
@ FTI agree that Westbrook will not be stopped, but I disagree with the
article's contention that OKC wins the forward match-up. George should do
well in the series, but Anthony has not been close to what he once was from what
I can tell from reading articles. Favors' good health and Jazz depth will
sway this series in the Jazz favor, although it's gonna be quite a battle
at the center position, too, as Adams is having a fine year. I'm guessing
Jazz in 7, but they might need to win one of the first two games.
All the Jazz have to do is stay together as a team, go at the all stars and make
them work on every possession. Remember the Clippers. Go Jazz.
I'm concerned. The last 3 games he has turned the ball over way too much
and made bad decisions. If he subs for Rubio and does the same, I hope Snyder
goes to Neto quickly.
"Any team that has Westbrook as their guard has the "edge".
Don't be a homer,"It wasn't a one-and-one comparison,
it was Westbroek & Brewer vs Mitchell & Rubio. When you look at all
four within the scope of a team game I don't think it's a huge stretch
to call the guards: Even.
Right now OKC HAS home court advantage. And the Jazz are capable of folding,
like they did against Boston in SLC a couple weeks ago when the game was on the
line with 2 1/2 minutes to play and again during the first quarter and remainder
of the game against Portland last night. As a result, they are in the upper
(harder) bracket.So maybe next year.
Jazz in 6. OKC is good, and they won the season series against the Jazz 3-1. But
that is only because the Jazz played the three they lost during that horrid
stretch in December and 2 of those three losses were without Gobert. Although
mostly the same players (and the only difference are upgrades), the Jazz are a
completely different team now. Sure, Westbrook is the best player on either
team. But it is a team game and for the past few months the Jazz have clearly
been the better team.OKC will not know what hit them when the Jazz
claim home court advantage by winning game 1 in OKC. Home team will win the
remaining games, giving the Jazz the series clincher in game 6. Go Jazz! Prove
Any team that has Westbrook as their guard has the "edge". Don't
be a homer, he's hands down better than anybody right now than the Jazz can
throw at them, including Mitchell. Win or lose, this series will make
the Jazz and the organization better in the future. Go Jazz!
Defense travels. Let's go get'em, Jazz!