Saturday, November 25, 2006

In about a half-hour, the Utah Jazz will attempt to improve upon its 12-1 start to the current NBA season (game-by-game log; ignore the pre-season games that are listed first). The Jazz finished exactly at .500 last year (41-41), so such a torrid start this season comes as a surprise to most observers. This article provides some ideas of why Utah appears to be so improved.

1 comment:

Luke said...

The reason the Jazz are so good is because Jerry Sloan actually makes them play defense. A rare thing these days in the NBA. And it doesn't hurt to have AK47 and Carlos Boozer healthy.