The 2018 NBA playoffs are here, and they’re looking to be a little bit weird.
The most intriguing player is probably the one who hasn’t been on the court all season: DeAndre Jordan.
The Los Angeles Clippers are in a tough spot, with the No. 4 seed in the Western Conference and a tough matchup with the Utah Jazz.
The Clippers need to win out in order to clinch a playoff spot.
However, they have to beat Utah to win the series, and the Jazz are no strangers to playing on the road.
They’ll need to get a little revenge against the Clippers to take down the Clippers in six games.
The Jazz, however, are in the midst of a rebuild, with their roster now filled with players who were not drafted or signed to long-term contracts.
So, it’s tough to predict which player will be the best in the West this season.
So let’s take a look at what each of the six teams has to offer.
The Los Angeles Lakers Jordan is averaging 25.7 points, 7.4 rebounds, and 3.4 assists this season and has shot 53 percent from the field and 39 percent from three-point range.
The Jazz have not had a player in the top 10 in points and rebounds since 2009, and Jordan is the only player who has made the All-Star team in each of his five seasons in the league.
The Lakers are one of the few teams that can actually win without Jordan, but it will be a tough task for the Jazz to do so.
The Utah Jazz have to play well without DeAndre Jordan (Getty Images) Jordan’s role will be important to the Jazz this season, as they need him to be the focal point of their offense.
DeAndre has the ability to score, but he’s also a player who can create for others.
Jordan is averaging 10.6 assists per game and is one of only three players in the NBA to average 10 assists per 48 minutes.
He’s also the only one in the League to average more than four assists per 40 minutes.
The problem with DeAndre is that he is not a true perimeter scorer.
He has never been an accurate three-pointer, and he does not possess the defensive instincts that DeAndre does.
He’s been known to be inconsistent on defense, but that’s just a trait that he has to work on.
It’s no secret that the Jazz need to develop a better defensive player, and DeAndre will be one of those players.
The rest of the Jazz have talent, but they need to find a way to get better with Jordan and Deandre on the floor together.
Lakers The Utah Jazz are playing without All-Stars Rudy Gobert, DeAndre, and Brandon Ingram.
Gobert is averaging 17.9 points, 10.3 rebounds, 4.3 assists, and 1.5 steals per game this season with the Jazz.
Ingram has been the team’s best player this season averaging 21.6 points, 8.6 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 2 steals, and 0.5 blocks per game.
The offense has not been quite as explosive as the Lakers have hoped, but the Jazz still have a ton of talent.
Bucks The Bucks are the only team with more than 50 wins.
They also have the second-best record in the East, with a 29-19 record.
However that means they have a lot of work to do in order for them to make the playoffs.
Milwaukee has to win games, and win them fast.
They have to avoid losing in the first round, which would put them in the playoffs against the Los Angeles Kings.
In order to do that, the Bucks need to go to the playoffs without their best player.
They need to be able to find success without one of their top two scorers.
Sacramento Kings Sacremento is playing without all five starters, including center DeMarcus Cousins, who has missed the last four games due to injury.
Cousins averaged 13.8 points, 9.3 boards, and 4.8 assists per contest in his previous two seasons.
Cousins has been playing in Sacramento for five seasons and averaged 16.7 and 17.4 points per game, respectively, in those seasons.
While the Kings are coming off a season that featured a top-five finish, the Kings need to come out with a lot more effort and compete on a consistent basis.
Indiana Pacers The Pacers have the third-best defense in the Eastern Conference, but are a team without a superstar.
Indiana’s defense is second to none in the Conference, with Paul George averaging 10 points per contest and the rest of his teammates putting up 10.4 and 12.7 per game respectively.
Indiana has also made some improvements on defense this season after they struggled offensively this season due to injuries.
Granbury has been extremely efficient and has been very effective on