Yeaaaah . . . I got nothing more to really say. The Utah Jazz are a poor defensive team, and a poor road team. This is the last game of the season and they'll be without Marvin Williams, and probably Brandon Rush. If they lose the game they'll retain their draft lotto spot, if they win they will complicate things for themselves. Further complications from from the fact that these guys want to play well and win games, and that our coaches want to do the same.
The Minnesota Timberwolves are one of the best offensive teams out there, but missing a few parts. They have 40 wins and will look for that 41st to finish the season at .500. They have a good coach and good players, and are at home -- where they are really good. The Wolves have beaten the Jazz three times this season already, and the games haven't even been that close. Two of them didn't have Favors in them though.
The business between these two teams is unfinished, there's a lot of bad blood because . . . no, I don't. I can't make this season interesting. This season was so bad and forgettable. Utah almost tied a 40 year record for the fewest wins in franchise history. Ever. It's been a lot of bad basketball and near-identical losses.
This season is over in one more night.
And then the REAL fun will start -- the draft lotto, the draft, free agency, trades, and probably a new coaching staff.