Denizfeital wrote:I know we were missing key players, but geee erasing a 15 point fourth quarter deficit to lose in overtime is something tough to swallow.
I'll really feel bad if we lose tomorrow, but I don't feel terrible about losing this game at the last minute when we didn't have Gobert, Mitchell and Conley.
I was kind of hoping that the Jazz would sweep the Lakers in order to help push the Lakers down to the sixth seed, further out of the Jazz' playoff path, but I was already seriously doubting that the Lakers were going to drop that far. Before yesterday's win, the Lakers were 5-5 over the last ten games, but so were the Blazers. 538.com projects the Lakers finishing a full three games ahead of the Blazers and Mavs.
I am glad that Phoenix lost yesterday. If our key defensive player Gobert stays healthy all the rest of the way while DM and other top rotational players stay healthy most of the rest of the way, we should safely finish ahead of the Suns, who have a much tougher schedule. 538 projects the Jazz decisively winning the battle for the number one seed.