Utah Jazz' Standings
This is where the Jazz stands in today’s NBA season. Conference and division standings are separated here. Winning streaks, points for (+) and points against (-) are posted as well.
Bet On Utah Jazz' Games
To bet on NBA and Utah Jazz games, check your sportsbook for the types of lines they offer. A very popular one is the American money line, which will show minus and plus numbers indicating a favourite and underdog. The minus number shows how much you need to bet to win $100. -150 means you need $150 to win $100. A plus number indicates how much you win when you bet $100. +130 means you win $130 on a $100 bet.
Dynamic duos: between 1984 to 2003, the Jazz made the NBA playoffs thanks to the pair of the point guard, John Stockton and power forward, Karl Malone. Their pick-and-roll game was hard to stop. A few seasons later, the Jazz was also blessed with another all-star point guard-power forward combo in Deron Williams and Carlos Boozer as the Jazz made four consecutive playoff appearances. Since 2010 however, the Jazz have lacked this same combination and haven’t been able to rekindle the same success.
Stay sharp: as of 2016, the Jazz has only had nine losing seasons in their 37-year history in Utah. Even when the Jazz doesn’t make the playoffs, they stay competitive to a degree and remain the only NBA team with no 60-loss season. Even if the Jazz appears like a live underdog, however, their games tend to be lined accurately. Since 2011, the Jazz has won 72.4 percent of the time as a favourite and only 28.8 percent of the time as an underdog.
Low-scoring Jazz: another thing consistent with the Jazz is how they manage to keep games lower scoring than anticipated. Not every Jazz team is an elite defensive team, but since 2011, Jazz games go under the expected team totals 54.7 percent of the time. Try betting this type of play where you are only expected to predict whether the total score between the Jazz and their opponent goes over or under the provided number.