Jazz playing well lately
New coach (Quin Snyder). Third-youngest NBA roster (24.30) to start the season. Starting shooting guard (Alec Burks) out for the season following shoulder surgery. NBA D-League Call-Ups getting a look. These are valid reasons to think the Utah Jazz would go quietly into that good night, as the franchise continues to rebuild from the ground up. Don't tell that to the guys who walked into Chicago on Wednesday and beat the Bulls by 20. The Jazz is 6-4 over its last 10 games, leaning heavily on Derrick Favors (17.3 ppg, 10.5 rpg in January) and Gordon Hayward, while finding a gem in Rudy Gobert (11.5 points, 9.0 rebounds, 4.5 blocks over his last four games).