Despite a more than forgetful night in Salt Lake City against the Houston Rockets, the Utah Jazz are once again owners of one of the league's best records at home. For years, the Jazz (24-21, 15-5 at Energy Solutions Arena) have claimed one of the best home-court advantages in the NBA. Everybody knows that when you come to Utah, you're going to be hard pressed to be flying home with a victory in hand.
The Jazz have been one of the league's best home teams for a long, long time. With a roster that's stacked with former lottery picks and young talent, the Jazz are looking to make a playoff push once again. Usually, a strong home court with a deep, talented team is a recipe for success. Or is it? There's one thing the Jazz seemingly can't do.
Win on the road.
Jazz management has added veterans Mo Williams, Randy Foye, and Marvin Williams in hopes that bolstering the team's experience and outside shooting would put a rest to the franchise's road woes. That hasn't worked thus far this season.