It's hard to believe that the NBA season is more than half over for most teams. For Jazz fans it feels like the season hasn't even begun yet let alone be half over.
With a season of lots of road losses, games lost to injuries, and the whole Boozer saga, are Jazz fans happy with what has occurred so far? Can we be satisfied with a 25-18 record?
Where would the Jazz be without Paul Millsap this year? Before his freak knee injuries in the past weeks, Paul Millsap was the only consistent player the Jazz had.
With the nickname of Mr. Double-double he has the Jazz brass thinking twice about keeping Boozer next year.
Controversy has surrounded Carlos Boozer throughout his career in Utah and in Cleveland, this year has been no exception.
Carlos led the Jazz to a 8-4 start and hasn't been around since. Carlos went down in November with a quad injury, was predicted at first to miss a few games, waited a few months to have surgery after rehab didn't work and now if the Jazz are lucky he'll come back for the last two months of the season.
Geez wouldn't it be nice if we could all work 1/4 of the time and not lose any pay!
The Jazz continued their dominance over the Detriot Pistons this season once again sweeping the season series. The Jazz beat them in their biggest win of the year so far. The win came in Detriot in a double over time affair on December 19.
The Jazz gave the OKC Thunder their first win against a team above .500. It was the ugliest Jazz game any one has seen in a long time, no energy, no hustle, nothing good happened in a 21 point lost to the leagues worst team!
Deron Williams is finally playing the way all Jazz fans were expecting him to play this year. Deron is finally recovering from a killer ankle injury and beginning to break ankles himself with his killer crossover!
With a healthy Deron, a healthy Millsap, a productive bench and some creative coaching. The Utah Jazz can hopefully jump from the 7th spot in the West to the 2nd or 3rd!