They’ve won four overtime games and lost a four-overtime game.
They’ve beaten Miami because LeBron James chose to pass and topped Sacramento because Al Jefferson scored after what Devin Harris insisted was a pass.
They’ve defeated San Antonio when Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili stayed home and held off the Los Angeles Lakers during the worst shooting night of Kobe Bryant’s life.
They’ve lost to Sacramento and Phoenix at home while everybody waited for the referees to say their shots came after the buzzer.
Add it up, and the Jazz have experienced a two-month stretch unlike any other in franchise history. Their adventures since the NBA All-Star break in late February have positioned them to earn a playoff berth Tuesday night by beating Phoenix at EnergySolutions Arena in their second-to-last game of the season.