David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, brings you the daily podcast on the Utah Jazz, Locked On Jazz. On today’s edition of the show Locke trys to understand how ESPN can rank Rudy Gobert the 25th best player in the NBA. Locke reviews all the impacts Rudy Gobert has on the game and the most important one of all, winning. If you put changed out Rudy Gobert for the players ahead how often would the Utah Jazz actually win more games?
Then Locke digs into the interesting comparison of Donovan Mitchell, Devin Booker and Bradley Beal. Which one of these players should be ranked the highest. Locke compares their numbers and it gets really hard to decipher. Donovan’s ability to play point guard might be the difference in giving him an edge.
Then Locke touches on why the team is heading to Las Vegas and what they hope to accomplish in training camp,
Good script vs. bad script, where did offense go in Los Angeles and two contrasting plays
The Utah Jazz had the perfect script in Denver. The Jazz were rested the Nuggets were on a back to back. The Jazz had had 3 practice days and were coming off a 4 game losing streak whereas the Nuggets had won the last one out by 37 and were feeling good. Then the Jazz went to Los Angeles and the Lakers had lost 3 in a row, had had two spirited film sessions and practices and the Jazz were on a back to back coming off a big win. The good script and the bad script and the games followed suit. David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider brings you the daily podcast on the Utah Jazz, Locked On Jazz, Now live each morning on You Tube There is more to it than that and Locke digs in, but in a league were the margin from the really good to the good to the not as good is really thin these things matter.
Jazz Game Rewind – Jazz lose a close one to the Lakers
The Utah Jazz staggered the Lakers after a 12-2 run, gaining a 10 point lead but the Lakers still managed to win. Relive the game through the radio highlights voiced by Tyler Fountain.
POSTCAST – Utah Jazz offense stumbles in loss to Los Angeles Lakers
The Utah Jazz offense has been the best in the NBA, but tonight in LA they offense came up flat and the Jazz lost to the Los Angeles Lakers.
David Locke and Ron Boone bring you POSTCAST after each Utah Jazz game.
- Good script vs. bad script, where did offense go in Los Angeles and two contrasting plays January 18, 2022
- Jazz Game Rewind – Jazz lose a close one to the Lakers January 18, 2022
- POSTCAST – Utah Jazz offense stumbles in loss to Los Angeles Lakers January 18, 2022
- POSTCAST – Rudy Gobert returns and the Utah Jazz roll plus a preview of Jazz vs. Los Angeles Lakers January 16, 2022
- Jazz Game Rewind – Utah Jazz Halt Four Game Losing Streak January 16, 2022
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