The Free Agency frenzy has happened. One huge surprise with Paul George staying in Oklahoma City and one big earth shaker with LeBron James moving to the Los Angeles Lakers.
What does it mean for both franchises and the landscape of the Western Conference?
Then where do the Utah Jazz fit in this puzzle and are they going to be ok with all the landscape changes. David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, thinks the Jazz should still be ok because they have what makes them elite.
Elite is what wins in the NBA and all the elements that make the Jazz elite are still in place.
Where do the minutes come from for Grayson Allen? What is Houston doing?
How many minutes will Grayson Allen play? Where will Dante Exum get his minutes? David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, believes it is a combination of 144 minutes between the 1,2 and the 3 that will be divided amongst all the players and how they are playing at given time will determine more than position.
The Rockets are on the verge of adding Carmelo Anthony. How does this impact the Rockets? Oh dear it is an awful move by the Rockets and David Locke breaks down why and how it will impact the West.
Finally, Locke takes more of your questions about the Jazz and has a big time cookie debate.
Kawhi Leonard is a Raptor, where do the Spurs stand plus Utah Jazz culture
The NBA landscape continues to change with the Kawhi Leonard heading to the Raptors.
What is the Utah Jazz perspective on such a big deal and what does it mean for the landscape of the Western Conference? Why would the Raptors go all in for just 1 year, David Locke has an explanation.
Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, takes a look back at the Jazz off-season and talks about the Jazz culture and salad.
Finally, a look at the off-season and a tip of the hat to the hard work of Georges Niang
Breaking down the Dante Exum contract, looking at the rest of the west and summer league update
The Utah Jazz are bringing the band back together with contracts for Derrick Favors, Dante Exum and Raul Neto. David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, explains those decisions.
Specifically, Locke digs deep into the reported 3 year 33 million dollar contract for Dante Exum and explains how and why those numbers make sense to both sides of the negotiation.
Then Locke looks across the Western Conference to see who has gotten better and who hasn’t. The moves of the top teams in the West don’t necessarily make them all better.
Finally, a look at the play of Tony Bradley and Georges Niang in the summer league for the Utah Jazz.