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Utah Jazz take on the Memphis Grizzlies ... again

For what feels like the 1902325th time the Jazz take on the Grizzlies

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The Jazz are looking for a chance to rebound. Not just defensive rebounds but also as a team. After winning just one of their last six games, the Jazz need to find some solid ground and will hope to find it tonight against the Memphis Grizzlies.

Both of the previous games have been close ones and so we shouldn’t be surprised if this one comes down to the wire. Considering the poor bench play, it would almost be a sure thing.

To make things more difficult Mike Conley will be out again.

But that comes as an opportunity of sorts. Donovan Mitchell has a chance to become more of a facilitator. When he’s slinging the ball good things happen. To win the game tonight the Jazz will need to move the ball and find good shots or they’ll be hoping for a bailout from Bojan Bogdanovic again.

Game Info

When: Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019 • 10:00 PM ET

Where: Vivint Smart Home Arena • Salt Lake City, UT

TV: AT&T Sports Net Rocky Mountain, Fox Sports Southeast-Memphis

Radio: 97.5 FM | 1280 AM The Zone, ESPN Radio 92.9FM / 680 AM

What to watch for

Will the Jazz bench show up?

It hasn’t for much of this season, but it would be a welcome sight to see the Jazz bench have a good night. It’s been a gaping hole for the Jazz all season and, if the Jazz want to start winning at a higher level, it has to get better.

Jeff Green and Emmanuel Mudiay have had their moments this year but they’ve been far too inconsistent. Joe Ingles, who everyone thought might be a Sixth Man of the Year candidate, has also been shaky so far. It’s up to the players, and Quin, to figure this out. Can they do it against the Grizzlies?

Mandatory Highlight

Game Thread Ground Rules

Welcome to the SLC Dunk Game Thread.

Dunkers know how this thing works, but for you lurkers ready to make the jump to Dunker, we have a few guidelines. Remember to follow our community guidelines (no swearing, trolling, excessive use of Jerry Sloan’s name in vain, no personal attacks, no debates about Utah liquor laws, etc.). Remember to have fun. Anyone who dare blasphemes that Tim Duncan was a Power Forward (this means you, Pounding the Rock), Ben Simmons can hit threes, Gordon Hayward should not be booed, Exum Island isn’t a 5-Star resort, Donovan Mitchell is Monta Ellis 2.0, men should never cry, or John Stockton is not the best point guard of all-time will receive an automatic ban. Just kidding. But seriously.