However, Chicago was in a position to beat the Suns and get them off our back. Chicago led going into the fourth but Nash took over late to finish off the Bulls. That's what good teams do.
Phoenix has a couple of easy ones at NJ and at Detroit before heading to Milwaukee. Then they're home to take on the Spurs and then head to the OKC.
Tonight's game against Golden State is large, large.
If you ask me, the Jazz missed out on a huge fundraising opportunity by not charging at least $10,000 for KK, KOC, Jerry, and Fes' tables.* I can absolutely guarantee those tables would have sold like [finger snap]. Why? Read on...
22.5 PPG per 36, 5 APG per 36, 63% FG%, 50% 3P%, 4 steals per 36, and 5 assists per 36. He's also got a PER of 17.9 on the year. For per, 15 is considered the average.
Now if he could just hit a free throw, we'd be in business.
Interesting stat from Dougstats.com which is called TND (click for a full breakdown). Basically what he tries to do is find what a player adds to the team other than scoring. So if you have a higher TND score than your PPG, you're helping in more ways than just points. A low differential means that your primarily a scorer. Here's what he has for the Jazz,
Which team scares you the most for playoff positioning?
Nuggets (29 votes)
Mavericks (22 votes)
Thunder (52 votes)
Suns (42 votes)
Someone else (11 votes)
156 total votes