What should we expect from the Utah Jazz in the last weeks of the NBA regular season?

Also, which jazz team would be the best team to do a TV show?

Utah Jazz’s Rudy Gobert kicks the ball against the Houston Rockets during the second half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, March 2, 2022 in Houston. The Jazz won 132-127 in overtime. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

The NBA All-Star break seemed like just what the Utah Jazz needed.

It was a chance to relax and get healthy, but maybe it was also time for Quin Snyder’s team to refocus and push hard in the last five weeks of the regular season and playoffs. playoffs.

The Jazz have won three of four games after the All-Star break, Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert are back on the court together, and things seem to be looking up. So, what should the fans look like from the team in this final part of the season?

In the latest episode of The Tribune’s ‘How ‘Bout This Jazz’ podcast, host/moderator Xoel Cardenas and Tribune Jazz beat reporters Andy Larsen and Eric Walden give their thoughts on what we should watch from Utah Jazz that will help dictate how far they go in the playoffs.

Also, the guys talk about Mike Conley and his recent statement that the plan is for the team to start increasing their minutes for the stretch run.

Finally, inspired by the new HBO series “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty”, the trio chooses which jazz team they would like to see Hollywood turn into a television series: Late 80s Jazz, NBA Finals-run Jazz of the late Jazz of the 90s, 2006-08 with Deron Williams and Carlos Boozer, the jazz of the Gordon Hayward era of the 2010s or the Mitchell-Gobert jazz of today?

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