Jazz in slump, but reasons easy to decipher

Trey Burke may not be the the Jazz's answer at point guard. (AP photo)

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Things haven’t gone as well for the Utah Jazz lately.

The ball isn’t moving as regularly.

The shots aren’t dropping as frequently.

The defense hasn’t been as proficient as it was during the season’s first month.

The result? The Jazz have lost three straight and four of six.’

Other than all that, things are great.

Actually, this really is no time to panic — as the Jazz’s three-game skid has come at the gifted and experienced hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder (twice) and San Antonio Spurs.

All it proves is the Jazz aren’t quite ready to compete with those types on a consistent basis. And we sort of basically knew that going in.

Click here to read the full article by Sam Amico in The Spectrum.