ESPN NBA Analyst Tim MacMahon analyzes the Jazz’s slow start including the brutal road trip the Jazz just concluded. MacMahon believes some of the struggles throughout the road trip for the Jazz lie with shot selection from Donovan Mitchell’s shot selection, Mike Conley’s adjustment, and Joe Ingles struggle in transitioning to sixth man. MacMahon believes the Jazz need to make some adjustments in their rotation in order to take the leap the Jazz would like to such as playing Ingles along with Gobert more often, and getting Conley with the ball in his hands more often, possibly running the second unit.
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