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NBA Podcast: Utah Jazz are moving forward with Quin Snyder, Dante Exum, and it's good

I was a guest on The Lottery Mafia podcast, and we talked about the positive progress going on right now with the Jazz, and I reveal a little too much personal information about Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

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I was on The Lottery Mafia Podcast last night and man, we had a LOT of fun in this podcast. The audio quality from my side wasn't that great, but this was hilarious to record and listen to. Check out TLM's page over here on the Bloguin network for the full writeup and the listen to it there!

Here's an excerpt written by Nick Denning from their site:

The Jazz just snapped a nine game losing streak on Wednesday with their win over the San Antonio Spurs. They are now 6-16, but despite their record, there have been encouraging signs, particularly from key players Gordon Hayward and Derrick Favors. We talk about their progress, along with a handful of other Jazz related topics (see below).

We'd like to thank Amar for coming back on the podcast once again. Always fun to talk to, Amar gave us more information on D-League call-up Patrick Christopher than even Christopher himself probably knows. He also revealed his love of Queen Elizabeth II, which extends to buying stamps with her face on it (you're going to have to listen to get the full context here).

As always, subscribe on iTunes, and follow us on Podbean. I say it with every episode, but you all rock.

Estimated Time Stamps:

  • Dante Exum's rookie season - 4:00
  • Rodney Hood's rookie season - 12:30
  • Gordon Hayward, and Derrick Favors' improvement - 16:00
  • Enes Kanter (is he in their long-term plans?) - 20:00
  • Rudy Gobert, Year Two - 27:30
  • Quin Snyder's job performance so far - 35:30
  • Joe Ingles role (mentor for Exum, etc) - 40:00
  • The low down on Patrick Christopher - 44:30

So click on their site to listen to all of it and read the full post!

Or just be lazy and listen to it here.

I contend that Dante Exum is a point guard, will perhaps hit the rookie wall soon, but he's going to be a great player. Also Rudy Gobert WAS this good before, but just didn't get a chance to play. Listen to it all, we obviously had a great time, even if this edited podcast cuts out some of the larger tangents.

Thanks guys for having me on the show, it was a lot of fun, as always!