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    Utah Jazz Thread: Back To The Playoffs



    Looking for a 2015-16 Utah Jazz thread pero parang wala pa yata may nakapagpost. So for those Jazz fans like me here is our page

    After 3 years of absence in post season, Our Jazz young core is determine to go Back to the Playoffs.

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    A tweak on the starting lineup.



    During player introductions before Thursday night's preseason finale, the crowd at EnergySolutions cheered as Alec Burks' name boomed over the speakers.

    One problem: Rodney Hood got the start at shooting guard. So, yeah, Utah Jazz coach Quin Snyder's tweaks to the starting lineup threw a few people for a loop.

    But not the Jazz themselves.

    With Hood and point guard Raul Neto starting in place of Burks and Trey Burke, Utah jumped out to a 14-0 lead on the Denver Nuggets and never looked back.

    http://www.sltrib.com/home/3094616-1...-starting-five

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    Jazz were one of the best teams in the 2nd half of last year all thanks to Gobert's difference making impact on the defensive end. He could possibly win DPOY this year the Jazz could pick up where they left off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deronwilliams08 View Post
    Jazz were one of the best teams in the 2nd half of last year all thanks to Gobert's difference making impact on the defensive end. He could possibly win DPOY this year the Jazz could pick up where they left off.
    After they traded Enes Kanter, Gobert got the golden opportunity to be the Jazz starting Center and he didn't failed them. Buti nga na wala na si Kanter kasi di nya gusto maglaro para sa Jazz.

    Most NBA experts predicts that they can make it to the Playoffs... hopefully makapasok at walang player na matamaan ng serious injury

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    After a season opener loss, the Jazz came back big against the Sixers. Back to back 20-point+ performance from D-Fave

    Finals Score: Jazz 99 v Sixers 71

    http://www.nba.com/games/20151030/UT...nba:scoreboard
    Last edited by wawartzzz; Oct 31, 2015 at 12:59 PM.

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    After yesterday's loss to Portland, Jazz bounced back with a win against Denver.

    Another monster game from Rudy Gobert who registered 16 boards and 3 swats. While Gordon Hayward led all Jazz in scoring with 20 points.

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    Two straight losses na... parang "Here we go again na" uli ang Jazz

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  10. #10
    muntikan na makaisa ang Utah sa Warriors kanina...

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    Ganda ng execution ng Jazz sa depensa... ang bilis nilang mag switch... pero nung crucial moment na sa fourth nagka error ang Jazz sa pasahan ng bola at parang confuse ang Jazz kung sino yung go-to-guy nila pagdating sa crunch time.

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    It's time to bump this thread... Jazz wins 5 straight

    Jazz pull away in fourth quarter for 84-81 win over Bucks

    By KAREEM COPELAND
    Posted Feb 06 2016 12:44AM
    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) The Utah Jazz struggled offensively for the second straight game. Once again, it didn't matter.
    Rodney Hood scored 23 points and the Jazz pulled away late in an 84-81 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday night despite an ugly offensive performance.

    The Jazz won their season-high fifth consecutive game but shot just 39 percent from the field.
    "I think we were an offensive juggernaut," Jazz coach Quin Snyder joked. "Their length is pretty good, it bothered us some. Pressure on the ball, particularly in pick-and-roll. That forces guys to make plays and we didn't make enough of them.

    "Thought we had some open shots. I actually thought we got a little bit reluctant to shoot them as the game went on, which can't happen."
    The Jazz began to pull away in the final 5 minutes on a reverse dunk by Rudy Gobert set up by a drive and dish from Raul Neto. Neto's corner 3 gave the Jazz a two-point lead and Gordon Hayward's 3 extended it to 78-73 with 3:16 remaining.
    The five-point advantage was Utah's largest since the first quarter. Hayward put the game away with a layup that made it 82-75 with 1:32 left.
    Hayward had 18 points and Derrick Favors had 11 points, 15 rebounds and five blocks.

    Khris Middleton scored 18 points and Jerryd Bayless added 15 off the bench for the Bucks. Greg Monroe finished with 14 points and nine rebounds.
    The Bucks had a 10-2 run midway through the second quarter and pushed their lead to nine on Middleton's floater. But the Jazz closed with a 7-2 stretch to go into halftime trailing 44-40.

    "Everybody participated and put us in a position to tie or win the ballgame and we just came up short," Bucks coach Jason Kidd said. "We got what we wanted there late, we got the trap, we got the steal and now we have to execute on the other end. That is something as a whole for us to learn from."

    TIP-INS
    Bucks: Kidd said O.J. Mayo had a good shootaround and hopes he can return Tuesday. Mayo has missed the last 11 games with a sore left hamstring. ... John Henson did not travel and missed his fifth consecutive game with a sore lower back. ... Miles Plumlee was called for a flagrant 2 and ejected late in the third quarter.
    Jazz: A road game against the Washington Wizards that was postponed due to severe weather conditions on Jan. 23 has been rescheduled for Feb. 18. ... Friday was Utah's last home game before the All-Star break. Utah has a three-game trip before the break. ... Guard Erick Green signed a second 10-day contract Friday.

    DEFENSE BACK
    The Jazz entered the game having allowed less than 100 points in the last six games, as teams have scored a league-low 86.8 points per game. The return of Gobert and Favors has clearly had an effect, but Snyder also credited the wings. "I challenged them pretty directly in November about where I thought our wings were," Snyder said. "The challenge, especially for Gordon and Rodney, is to not rest on the help side. If they're guarding the ball, you're engaged. But when you get on the help side, as much work they're doing in other aspects of the game, there's a tendency just to kind of relax. I think we've been doing a better job fighting that."

    TEACHABLE MOMENTS
    Kidd said he has to be patient coaching a young team as a former player known for his court vision and feel for the game. "We have to go through it together," Kidd said. "Because I can see something that they don't and they can see something that I don't. We have to work as a team. For us, we try to keep it simple. ... Help (them) understand what different situations come about and how to handle them. Watching video. Walking through things. Stopping and asking different questions so you can hear what they're thinking at that time."
    Kidd was asked what his team sees that he doesn't?
    "I was just joking," Kidd said with a laugh.

    STREAKING
    The Bucks have lost five in a row. "Fight, not let this affect us and figure out a way," Bayless said. "We are going through a tough stretch so we have to continue pushing through it."

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    Jumping on this team. They are legit last yr and will be better this coming season. One of the deeepest team due to veteran acquisitions.

    Exum / Hill / Mack / Neto
    Burks / Hood
    Hayward / JoeJo / Ingles
    Favors / Lyles
    Gobert / Diaw

    Complete package. Can go big or small. Inside and outside. Good center in Gobert. Bench can score a lot. Playoffs sana!

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