“Stockton to Malone” was the common phrase for nearly two decades for Jazz fans. Usually it would end up in a one handed Mailman slam. Over the years, Utah Jazz fans have been spoiled with two of the greatest players to ever hit the hardwood.
Oh, how things have changed.
Coming into the 2013-2014 season, Jazz nation knew it would be a struggle. However, did they expect an 0-7 start?
The sentiment among the Utah Jazz followers was this was the year the young guys would get the minutes. This year was about development for the “Core 4″ as they are known (Hayward, Favors, Kanter and Burcs). Yet, its been tougher than imagined.
Due to the aforementioned spoiling of the fans with great basketball tradition, Utah Jazz fans are smart spectators. They know when there is a lack of talent, and when there is a lack of scheme. Jazz fans are also understanding of when the team is over-achieving or likewise on a true path for contention. This smart fan base, unlike many in the league, deserves go...