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Damian Lillard. Dwyane Wade. Allen Iverson. Those are just a few of the comparisons that Donovan Mitchell received earned over the course of his inaugural NBA season. Mitchell's electric rookie campaign not only helped Utah Jazz fans forget about a tougher-than-usual offseason, but it sparked their imaginations for what the future of this team might have in store.
After losing both Gordon Hayward and George Hill last offseason, returning to the playoffs seemed like more of a long-term goal than an immediate one for the Utah Jazz. That's what has made the 2017-18 season and this Jazz squad so special.
As a Utah Jazz fan, the end of a season always comes with an inevitable bitter taste. However, a quick look back at the highlights of Utah's season brings dozens of fond memories. This particular season was special; an unexpected journey from the brink of obscurity to the ranks of the league's elite.
Just four games separate the Western Conference's three and eight seeds, which leaves a handful of potential playoff matchups in play for the Utah Jazz. While Utah has yet to clinch its own spot in the postseason, it's not too soon to look at each of Utah's potential first-round opponents and rank them in terms of how the Jazz would fare in each series.
Hayward who? After reports that he would not attend Friday night's game, Gordon Hayward was indeed at the TD Garden in Boston as the Celtics took on his former team, the Utah Jazz. There, Hayward was able to see firsthand just how tough this Jazz team can be when they are locked-in defensively.
Given today's player-friendly CBA, win-win scenarios leading up to the NBA trade deadline (on February 8 this year) seem like a thing of the past. On the whole, players hold the majority of the bargaining power across the league's trade market.
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