Kevin Arnovitz on TrueHoop has been writing some fantastic articles covering the Utah-Denver series. His most recent one on how the Jazz are picking apart the Nuggets weak defense is one of the best descriptions of the Jazz offensive execution I have read in recent memory. My favorite part of the article: "If you want to understand how Jerry Sloan can get away with putting a lineup on the floor of Ronnie Price, Kyle Korver, Othyus Jeffers, Paul Millsap and Kosta Koufos, it's because each of these guys knows his function in such a scheme. In the case of the last of Korver's three jumpers, Koufos plays the role of traffic cone on the left block. First Jeffers curls and clears, then Korver runs Afflalo directly into Koufos before Price delivers the ball on target to Korver for the shot. Everything in its right place."