‘Weekly Run’ podcast: The 4 Stars Index and the Jazz winning in multiple ways

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Utah Jazz guard Mike Conley (10) drives inside with the ball, as Brooklyn Nets guard Garrett Temple (17) defends, in NBA basketball action between the Utah Jazz and the Brooklyn Nets in Salt Lake City, Tuesday, Nov 12, 2019.

The Jazz are on a roll.

On this week’s edition of the “Weekly Run,” hosts Andy Larsen and Eric Walden talk about a 4-0 Jazz stretch. In fact, they’ve done so in multiple ways.

We introduce the idea that you can tell how likely the Jazz are to win a game by counting how many of Mike Conley, Donovan Mitchell, Bojan Bogdanovic, and Rudy Gobert are having a good game.

We also talk about Eric’s Kurtis Blow interview, the bench, and much more.

Here’s the rundown:

0:00: Eric Walden interviewed Kurtis Blow Wednesday. What did he learn?

7:30: Introducing the 4 Stars Index, which is eligible to be renamed

14:10: The difference in style of the Jazz’s four wins

19:00: Emmanuel Mudiay’s string of positive plus-minuses

26:20: The Jazz’s upcoming schedule: is it really easy or not?

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