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The schedule opens up nicely for the Jazz in their next five games

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After a frustrating loss to an undermanned Rockets team. The Utah Jazz should be able to get back on track with their upcoming matchups. In yesterday’s downbeat, Tavan did an awesome job talking about the upcoming schedule. For the Jazz, their next five games are very winnable and, if they play well, should be the start of another win streak.

Of those five games the most difficult matchup will probably be the Timberwolves, but with Jimmy Butler out it means the Jazz are likely favored every game.

If the Jazz want to make the playoffs, they have string together some tough wins like they were during their recent 11-game win streak. Can they get five in a row?

After a frustrating loss, Quin Snyder had an interesting exchange with KSL beat writer, and SLC Dunk alum, Andy Larsen.

I LOVE this fire from Quin. This feels like it could be a moment that galvanizes the team in a way they might need after three lackadaisical performances post all star break.

A Netflix tragedy has been averted for Donovan Mitchell!!!

Recently, Donovan’s favorite show, Burn Notice, was removed from Netflix and the star guard wasn’t happy about it.

But it looks like that crisis was averted today when USA Network and CAA Basketball made things right.

It is important to note how similar the Burn Notice logo looks to the Jazz new city jerseys. I feel it is important that whenever Donovan dunks on someone in these jerseys it should be called a “burn notice.”

If you don’t follow Rudy Gobert on Instagram, you should. Rudy posted a cool Instagram story today climbing the mountains surrounding Salt Lake City.

He also made an interesting comment on comedian, Michael Blackson’s instagram page.

I appreciate the fact that Rudy is about wins, not about stats. It’s probably why he dominates the game in so many facets.

One of the reasons I feel this team has been playing so well this season has been their incredible chemistry on and off the court.

I loved this exchange between Joe Ingles and Ricky Rubio and former Jazzman Joe Johnson. It’s stuff like this that makes this locker room great.