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For The Utah Jazz, It’s Good To Be Home

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The Utah Jazz started out this season on a weak note. This led fans to doubt the players wearing their states’ name on their chest. They played without cohesion and no will to win.

However, the team quashed all of these doubts when they played at home inside the walls of Energy Solutions Arena. The supporters were surprised to see their team working together like a well-oiled machine. They squared off against the Philadelphia 76ers last night and they appeared to be a different team playing in front of their home crowd.

Another thing that gave them a new look was their green retro basketball uniforms. It gave the team a fresher look and gave them a feel of old school basketball.

Rookie Turkish center, Enes Kanter was a monster on the defensive end. He blocked shots and altered a few of them as well. Backcourt man Derrick Favors was a big surprise when he scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the night.

Everything looks bright for the Jazz future especially with players like Gordon Hayward, veteran leaders, Paul Millsap and Andrei Kirilenko, and Devin Harris. With all of these weapons waiting to be utilized, Utah is set to launch into a winning season. Fans know this and are very excited about the possibilities. Last night’s 102-99 win over the Sixers is an indication that the Jazz are working their way to be a playoff team.

With just some minor tweaks, this team could go a long way and give the favorites a run for their money.