The Jazz seem like two completely different teams at home and on the road. Like
Jekyll and Hyde sometimes. I especially see it in CJ Miles and a lot of the
bench players. The home teams always jumps on them early and scores 30 pts in
the 1st qtr, they get it within single digits by half and then the other team
makes a run again to start the 3rd qtr. The Jazz try and catch up in the forth
but by then the game is out of reach. Sound familiar? The Jazz are
probably never going to earn a .500 record on the road until they can shoot
3-pointers and can defend 3-pointers. The best thing for an opposing shooter
that's been in a slump is to play the Jazz. Watch the next time we play the
Suns, Michael Redd will hit 3-4 3-pointers on us. This is why I loved it when
Derrick Favors got his long arm up in Lou Williams to stop his game tying 3 in
the 76'ers game.
The Jazz don't have the weapons to win on the road. Quit trying to make a case
that they can, need to, or whatever your point is.