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Whatever the Jazz do, it will be fun.

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The Utah Jazz are struggling in December losing 9 of their last 11. But having one of the toughest December schedules in the NBA, we expected this. It doesn’t get any easier finishing the year as the Jazz face the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors. Happy New Year, everybody!

But don’t worry, January eases up on the Jazz.

Looking at the schedule, you see a lot of winnable games. I count 12 of 13 the Jazz could win. They’ll most likely be 15 and 22 to end the year, but could be over .500 after January.

Win or lose, the Jazz have a highlight play every game from Donovan Mitchell. And everyone loves it, including ESPN and other national personalities. The Jazz had a disappointing loss last night against the Denver Nuggets, but everyone was talking about Mitchell’s hammer dunk.

Look at all that! And that wasn’t even close to everywhere it was posted.

Personally, I never thought there would be that many national Jazz highlights for an entire season, let alone a play on a random Tuesday night in the NBA. The Utah Jazz have their superstar. Thanks again, Denver!

There’s some amazing Jazz artwork out there. I wanted to share some of my recent favorite pieces from some incredibly talented Jazz fans.

Do you have some amazing artwork you’re working on? Let us know!

Have you made your all-star votes yet? Get voting!!!

Look out, but ESPN is taking note of Donovan Mitchell and you can bet that by the end of the year, Mitchell will have a very convincing case for the Rookie of the Year award.

Tim McMahon released a piece on Donovan Mitchell today and it’s a must read!

My favorite part of the article?

Mitchell didn't expect to emerge as the go-to guy the Jazz desperately needed after Gordon Hayward's summer departure in free agency. He didn't anticipate leading all rookies in total points. Mitchell, the No. 13 overall pick, certainly didn't think that he'd be building a convincing case that he's the best player in his draft class.

The Jazz may be getting more national attention than ever because of Donny Buckets and I’m excited for this ride that will last for years. Enjoy it, Jazz fans!