Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra calls Utah Jazz's schedule thus far 'outrageous'

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  • xert Santa Monica, CA
    Dec. 13, 2018 7:17 a.m.

    This is a good and fair article. The Jazz have been incredibly inconsistent on the road AND at home but have remained near or at .500. But remember, that has been accomplished with an amazingly healthy lineup. In past years the injuries came early and often and the Jazz used that scenario to build real depth at many positions and then they had strong 2nd halves of the season. I think that having their rotations set and being healthy caused many of us to think that the Jazz could win consistently in spite of a tough early schedule. I’m not down on my team, but I am getting a little tired of excuses. Of course the Jazz will get better—but if injuries come later this season than usual, will they weather it and succeed, or use THAT as an excuse for inconsistency?

  • EPoint Roy, UT
    Dec. 12, 2018 11:28 p.m.

    Jazz fans haven't had a lot of return on their investment of money and time to attend home games this year, but the Chick fil a deal was a sure winner, something worth cheering about for sure!