Posted by: Stephen Loveless on February 3rd, 2011The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Here is a little series of number. 22-8, 20-6 , 21-8, 17-8. That is the record of the Utah Jazz in February and March of the last four seasons. That’s a combined record of 80-30. That’s a winning percentage of .727. If we use apply that percentage to the next two months and use the one loss to round it off we win 18 of the 26 games played through March.
I know these are just numbers and I know I only went back four seasons because that fifth one back is pretty dismal. Still you have to acknowledge that the Jazz have bounced back from far worse slumps in their history and they are quite good in this two-month stretch. Last night’s game was heart-breaking. The Jazz played extremely well considering the gaps in the squad and I can’t think of much to say that isn’t positive.
All I’m trying to say in this little post is that there is no reason to throw in the towel. It’s time to pull together behind the team, let them know we are still excited, and watch the heroics unfold.
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