The Utah Jazz are confounding this season.
Nearly everyone went into the season picturing a top 3 team in the West, but a quarter of the way into the season the Jazz are the 14 seed at 11-13, with a middle-of-the-road defense and a bottom five offense. Donovan Mitchell has been flat to start the season after a phenomenal rookie campaign. The Jazz defense has been good but not dominant when Defensive Player of the Year Rudy Gobert is on the court, why is that? And what happened to all the shooting?
Tony Jones of The Athletic joins me to discuss the growing pains in Utah, the tough schedule to start the season, and how the Jazz can turn it around and still be a playoff force. Which they certainly can.
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