Can you smell that? That is the smell of autumn, my friends. And do you know what autumn brings? Besides dead leaves, pumpkins, and black cats, the autumn season brings with it the start of the NBA season.
This year will mark the start of the most highly anticipated NBA season in recent memory. Finally, all of us will stop dissecting the new-look Miami Heat, the up-and-coming Oklahoma City Thunder, and whether or not Tracy McGrady is a good fit for the Detroit Pistons. We will finally see some real basketball. The speculation will end and we will witness answers to all the questions we have had over the summer.
It will be a fun ride.
Since the NBA season is swiftly approaching, I would like to take some time and dissect one team no one seems to be talking about: the Utah Jazz. This Deron Williams-led squad had a fantastic and quietly brilliant offseason and look to have a tremendous 2010-2011 campaign.
But will they have enough firepower to make the playoffs at the end of the season?
Here are my 10 reasons why the Utah Jazz will continue playing through April...