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When it comes to the 2023-24 NBA season, the Utah Jazz weren’t viewed as one of the top teams in the Western Conference.
Although the Jazz had balled out for a couple of seasons, led by none other than the dynamic duo of Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert, the organization failed to impress come playoff time.
As a result, the franchise decided to trade away both Mitchell and Gobert ahead of the 2022-23 NBA season.
The Jazz unsurprisingly missed the playoffs last season after finishing as the 12th seed in the Western Conference.
Fast forward to this season, a graphic from NBA on ESPN on Twitter proves that the Jazz were one of the worst teams in the West during the first 23 games of the games, but they have turned around their season over the last 17 games.
The Jazz have been jamming over the last month pic.twitter.com/dmpwOv37I7
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) January 13, 2024
As evident from the above-attached tweet, the Jazz boasted a terrible 7-16 record during the first 23 games of the season.
However, the Jazz have rejuvenated themselves over the last 17 games as they flaunt a terrific 13-4 record in the stretch.
The Jazz are still the 10th seed in the Western Conference with a 20-20 record, but they have a chance to enter the top-six seeds if they continue playing at this level.
The organization is currently on a four-game winning streak and has a better record than the likes of the Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors this season.
Can the Utah Jazz continue playing at this level and make a return to the NBA playoffs?
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