Why The Utah Jazz Aren’t Title Contenders This Season

While it’s fun that the Cleveland Cavaliers and Memphis Grizzlies are doing so well and the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets are struggling so much, it seems probable that the Phoenix Suns, Golden State Warriors or maybe the Philadelphia 76ers or Miami Heat are going to be your NBA champions this season. (The Suns and Warriors have been the league’s best all season. The Sixers were doing well before acquiring James Harden — who is averaging close to a triple-double this season — without giving up any of their star players who actually was contributing to their…

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Rhett Wilkinson

Rhett Wilkinson

Rhett Wilkinson has won 13 journalism awards over 5 years of applying for them. Formerly of B/R, Screen Rant, and Patch. Also been a successful pro se litigant.

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