Morning Jazz 04-11-14

The Jazz will get back on the court tonight when they take on the Portland Trail Blazers. However, to start off the morning right, we bring you the best Jazz content from around the web to get your day started off right!

Like I said at the start, the Jazz are back on the court tonight. Taking on the Blazers will be no easy task as the Jazz are currently 0-3 against them this season. What will be the key things for the Jazz to focus on? What kind of outcome can we expect? It can all be found here as part of our Game Preview for tonight’s match up! (via Purpleandblues.com)

We have said and been reminded over and over again how great this upcoming draft class is going to be in the NBA. However, as we wrote yesterday, could this draft class really be as good as advertised? Nobody knows what the future holds for any of these athletes. Many people can give their opinion and say what they think about how their future will play out, but really that is all it is, an opinion. A video on the article has someone giving their opinion about this being the worst draft class ever. Is this draft class overrated? Be sure to cast your vote! (via Purpleandblues.com)

Staying on the topic of the NBA draft, times really have changed when you are talking about the amount of time draft prospects spend in college before entering the draft. In the past, players used to stay in college for four years before taking the next step to the NBA. Now, players spend just one season in college and decide to leave early for the draft. The NBA has talked about raising the age limit to make players spend at least two seasons in college before entering the NBA. The Jazz see both sides of the early entry rule. (via SaltLakeTribune.com)

The Deseret News also ran an article yesterday about the NBA age limit. The main part of their article is how Jazz forward Richard Jefferson feels about the NBA/NCAA age limit. Both are very good articles, so you should take the time to read both. (via DeseretNews.com)

As we get closer to the end of the regular season, we look more and more and the current lottery standings. As of this morning, the Jazz currently hold the fifth worst record in the league, and are a game behind the Orlando Magic and Boston Celtics, who are tied for third and fourth. You can check out the current standings and simulate how the lottery might play out. Check it out HERE. (via Tankathon.com)

Be sure to check back with us tomorrow morning for another edition of the “Morning Jazz”. Go Jazz!!!

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