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Utah Jazz can compete in 2019-20 NBA championship thanks to Mike Conley

Utah Jazz can compete in 2019-20 NBA championship thanks to Mike Conley

After the veteran defender Mike Conley in the squad, Utah Jazz is considered one of the candidates capable of disputing the title next season in the NBA.

Thanks to the move of veteran defender Mike Conley of the Memphis Grizzlies, Utah Jazz was the next name to create volatility in the NBA transfer market. They have truly become a big guy in the eyes of experts and have the ability to compete for the title next season.

The most important thing to change in Utah Jazz is that there is now one more person sharing fire with Donovan Mitchell. Although Donovan Mitchell has only played a major role in the NBA 2nd year, he has a huge responsibility. Apparently Mitchell is not LeBron James, he is only 22 years old and still has a lot of development time.

However, in the NBA Playoffs arena, when the teams thoroughly researched their opponents and had the right measures, Donovan Mitchell was completely alone in attack. That is why they are just a strong team but have not reached the level of title competition last season.

Joe Ingles was a top handball, but he was still not able to become the second player to score for the team. Joe Ingles will do the best when done with the forte catch-and-shoot phase. In the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons, while still have Gordon Hayward, Ingles' 3-point throws rate is over 46%. This is indeed a terrible number.

With bringing Mike Conley back, Utah Jazz completely changed people's perspective on them. On the offensive front, Mike Conley still scored the main points of the Memphis Grizzlies last season with an average of 21.1 points. This is what makes him more able to help Utah Jazz than Ricky Rubio.

Remember that Utah Jazz's most intuitive weakness is its ability to finish. In the last NBA Playoffs 2019, they created an average of 22 situations to throw 3 empty points per game, the highest of all NBA teams. In addition to scoring a score with a throwing rate of 36.4% on the lineup, Utah Jazz's strength on public goods will vary greatly. Let's see if Utah Jazz can reach the level of a title competition team next season.