The Utah Jazz Are Playing Opening Night Because They Shut The League Down

The Utah Jazz Are Playing Opening Night Because They Shut The League Down

The Utah Jazz will be the first back when the NBA resumes next month and it might not be a coincidence since their All-Star center Rudy Gobert was the first player in the league to test positive for the coronavirus. Take a listen as Dan Beyer and George Wrighster debate if Utah deserves the coveted slot on 're-opening night' simply because they were the reason the league was shut down.

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