After an exhausting seven-game series defeat at the hands of the Denver Nuggets, the Utah Jazz will now gear up for an important offseason that could make or break their championship hopes for the years to come.
After pushing James Harden and the Houston Rockets to seven games, the Oklahoma City Thunder finally saw their surprisingly great season come to an end. They had no business entering the playoffs, let alone pushing a championship-aspiring Rockets squad to the brink of elimination.
After rebuilding in the most patient of ways, finally it’s time to get excited. It would seem that since the infamous game 82 overtime heartbreak they experienced in Minnesota back in 2018, Denver has propelled itself to unimaginable heights. The question remains, how much higher can they climb?
Denver are looking every bit like a contender for a top seeding.