The Warriors are peeved they have to face the Jazz because Utah’s boring

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The Golden State Warriors aren’t pleased that the Utah Jazz are their opponents, when they could’ve been going up against the Los Angeles Clippers. And no, this isn’t about basketball whatsoever.

Mens Greg Lloyd Jersey Utah, the Warriors say, has no nightlife.

The problem with Utah is that you’re just sitting there and your mind is, like, dead, because in L.A., you still got energy for the game, Andre Iguodala told ESPN’s Chris Haynes. Because you’re in L.A., you’re like, ‘Man, this is just the vibe in L.A.’ but in Utah, it can kind of lull you to sleep. And then you’ve slept too long or I’m bored out of my mind and now you got to try to pump yourself up for the game. You know you’re in the playoffs and you’re supposed to be pumped anyway, but the vibe is just like, ‘Man, let’s just get out of here.’

No player is more important to the Los Angeles franchise right now than Chris Paul, who can decline the player option on his contract to opt out and test free agency. If he opts in, Paul will make more than $24 million next season. He could also opt out to sign a more lucrative, long-term deal in Los Angeles.

But he’s not the only free agent. Griffin is in a similar scenario with a player option and the ability to test the waters over the summer. Griffin has missed consecutive playoffs with devastating injuries and has had his fair share of setbacks over the course of his career. But he is also 28 years old and in the prime of his playing career.

Redick is also a free agent at the end of this season, and at 32 years old, the prospect of winning a championship weighs heaviest at this point of his career.

Combined, it will cost Los Angeles more than $200 million to retain its core going forward.

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