Utah Jazz Podcast: 2019-20 Western Conference Overview, Predictions

The latest episode of The J-Notes Blast Podcast takes a deep dive into the competition the Utah Jazz will face in a deep and dangerous Western Conference.

The J-Notes Blast Podcast is back with an exciting overview of the entire Western Conference and what the Utah Jazz are up against in the 2019-20 NBA season. There were a lot of big changes this summer that have dramatically altered the landscape of the NBA and it’s going to be exciting to see how everything comes together.

For Point 1 in this latest show, we’ll dive directly into that, discussing the most surprising changes that took place this summer across the Western Conference. From the Los Angeles Lakers to the LA Clippers to the Houston Rockets, to name a few, several teams are going to look much different and will present daunting challenges for the Jazz.

For Point 2, we’ll try to do a near impossible task. Namely, dive into the deep Western Conference and attempt to predict how the regular standings will ultimately shake out. With so much change taking place and the ever-present possibility for load management, it’s hard to know who’s going to rise to the top and who will find themselves as under-achievers.

Finally, for the third and final point, the show dives into two interesting topics surrounding the Western Conference standings and the league as a whole. We’ll discuss how load management – something that has become a big buzz word in the NBA – could affect the standings and address a prevalent question from recent seasons: How much does the regular season actually matter?

This week’s episode is available below as well as on Spreaker. You can also subscribe to the show on iTunes!

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Next: Utah Jazz Podcast: What a summer it’s been for the Jazz!

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