Thirty minutes after the Jazz lost for the fifth time in six games, in a third consecutive blowout, Donovan Mitchell sat in front of his locker, staring straight ahead.
“We’re low, to be honest with you. I’m not gonna sugarcoat it. We’re not where we want to be,” Green said afterwards. “The last six games, we kind of took a couple steps back from the progress that we had going into, you know, that road trip.”
The unassailable fact is that the Jazz lack an identity right now. Under Quin Snyder, the Jazz have prided themselves on being a stout defensive team that shares the ball on offense; right now, both are missing.