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The 2022 NCAA Baseball Tournament is underway, and a handful of teams have punched their tickets to the Sweet 16. Six teams — Tennessee, Auburn, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech, Texas and Texas A&M won their regionals on Sunday to move on. The other 10 spots in the next round will be filled out Monday. Monday’s slate includes a rematch of Oklahoma State vs. Arkansas after the Cowboys had a ridiculous pair of wins on Sunday that featured the team combining to score 43 runs.

Before we get to the bracket, scores, and more, you should know that the structure of the NCAA Baseball Tournament is a bit different from the more familiar hoops variant. Here are a few takeaways on that front: 

  • The field this year includes 31 automatic bids via conference championships and 33 at-large entrants. The first round of play is known as the regional, and it’s double-elimination format. Each of the 16 No. 1 seeds hosts its respective four-team regional, when possible. Each of the 16 regionals are seeded one through four. In each region, No. 1 faces No. 4, and No. 2 faces No. 3 on the first day of action. The winners of those two games then play each other, while the losers play an elimination game.
  • The winner of each regional advances to the super regional. The super regional, which includes a total of 16 teams, is a best-of-three series format.
  • The winners of the super regionals — eight teams in all — advance to the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.
  • The College World Series is a double-elimination format until the final two teams are left standing. At that point, slates are wiped clean, and it’s a best-of-three series to determine the national champion. 

The field of 64 also includes eight national seeds, which you may consider the pre-tourney favorites to reach Omaha. Here they are for this year, ranked in order with their regular-season record: 

  1. Tennessee, 53-7
  2. Stanford, 40-14
  3. Oregon State, 44-14
  4. Virginia Tech, 41-12
  5. Texas A&M, 37-18
  6. Miami-FL, 39-18
  7. Oklahoma State, 39-20
  8. East Carolina, 42-18

NCAA baseball tournament schedule

  • Regionals: Starts Friday, June 3; ends Monday, June 6
  • Super Regionals: Starts Friday, June 10; ends Monday, June 13
  • College World Series opener: Friday, June 17
  • College World Series Finals (best of 3): Starts Saturday, June 25

Games on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU can be streamed on fuboTV (Get access now).

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And here’s a link to NCAA.com’s full bracket, which includes region vs. region pairings for the super regionals.  

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Knoxville Regional

Hosted by No. 1 national seed Tennessee.

Friday, June 3

  • Campbell 15, Georgia Tech 8
  • Tennessee 10, Alabama State 0

Saturday, June 4

  • Georgia Tech 13, Alabama State 4 (Alabama State eliminated)
  • Tennessee 12, Campbell 7

Sunday, June 5

  • Georgia Tech 16, Campbell 5 (Campbell eliminated)
  • Tennessee 9, Georgia Tech 6 (Tennessee advances, Georgia Tech eliminated)

Auburn Regional 

Hosted by No. 14 national seed Auburn.

Friday, June 3

  • Florida St. 5, UCLA 3
  • Auburn 19, Southeastern La. 7

Saturday, June 4

  • UCLA 16, Southeastern La. 2 (Southeastern La. eliminated)
  • Auburn 21, Florida St. 7

Sunday, June 5

  • UCLA 2, Florida State 1 (Florida State eliminated)
  • Auburn 9, UCLA 0 (Auburn advances, UCLA eliminated)

Blacksburg Regional 

Hosted by No. 4 national seed Virginia Tech.

Friday, June 3

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  • Columbia 8, Gonzaga 2
  • Virginia Tech 15, Wright State 9

Saturday, June 4

  • Gonzaga 11, Wright State 9 (Wright State eliminated)
  • Virginia Tech 24, Columbia 4

Sunday, June 5

  • Columbia 15, Gonzaga 6 (Gonzaga eliminated)
  • Virginia Tech 7, Columbia 2 (Virginia Tech advances, Columbia eliminated)

Stillwater Regional 

Hosted by No. 7 national seed Oklahoma State.

Friday, June 3

  • Arkansas 7, Grand Canyon 1
  • Oklahoma State 10, Missouri State 5

Saturday, June 4

  • Missouri State 8, Grand Canyon 7 (Grand Canyon eliminated)
  • Arkansas 20, Oklahoma State 12

Sunday, June 5

  • Oklahoma State 29, Missouri State 15 (Missouri State eliminated)
  • Oklahoma State 14, Arkansas 10 

Monday, June 6

  • Oklahoma State vs. Arkansas, 7 p.m. ET

Greenville Regional 

Hosted by No. 8 national seed East Carolina.

Friday, June 3

  • East Carolina 17, Coppin State 1
  • Virginia 7, Coastal Carolina 2

Saturday, June 4

  • Coastal Carolina 10, Coppin State 8 (Coppin State eliminated)
  • East Carolina 4, Virginia 2

Sunday, June 5

  • Coastal Carolina 7, Virginia 6 (Virginia eliminated)
  • Coastal Carolina 9, East Carolina 1

Monday, June 6

  • East Carolina vs. Coastal Carolina, 1 p.m. ET

Gainesville Regional 

Hosted by No. 13 national seed Florida.

Friday, June 3

  • Oklahoma 16, Liberty 3
  • Florida 7, Central Michigan 3

Saturday, June 4

  • Central Michigan 3, Liberty 2 (Liberty eliminated)
  • Oklahoma 9, Florida 4

Sunday, June 5

  • Florida 6, Central Michigan 5 (Central Michigan eliminated)
  • Florida 7, Oklahoma 2

Monday, June 6

  • Oklahoma vs. Florida, 1 p.m. ET

College Park Regional 

Hosted by No. 15 national seed Maryland.

Friday, June 3

  • UConn 8, Wake Forest 7
  • Maryland 23, Long Island 2

Saturday, June 4

  • Wake Forest 10, Long Island 4 (Long Island eliminated)
  • UConn 10, Maryland 5

Sunday, June 5

  • Maryland 10, Wake Forest 5 (Wake Forest eliminated)
  • Maryland 7, UConn 6

Monday, June 6

  • Maryland vs. UConn, 7 p.m. ET

College Station Regional 

Hosted by No. 5 national seed Texas A&M.

Friday, June 3

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  • Texas A&M 8, Oral Roberts 2
  • Louisiana 7, TCU 6

Saturday, June 4

  • TCU 3, Oral Roberts 1 (Oral Roberts eliminated)
  • Texas A&M 9, Louisiana 6

Sunday, June 5

  • TCU 6, Louisiana 1 (Louisiana eliminated)
  • Texas A&M 15, TCU 9 (Texas A&M advances, TCU eliminated)

Austin Regional 

Hosted by No. 9 national seed Texas.

Friday, June 3

  • Texas 11, Air Force 3
  • Louisiana Tech 12, Dallas Baptist 5

Saturday, June 4

  • Air Force 5, Dallas Baptist 1 (Dallas Baptist eliminated)
  • Texas 5, Louisiana Tech 2

Sunday, June 5

  • Air Force 9, Louisiana Tech 7
  • Texas 10, Air Force 1 (Texas advances, Air Force eliminated)

Chapel Hill Regional 

Hosted by No. 10 national seed North Carolina.

Friday, June 3

  • North Carolina 15, Hofstra 4
  • VCU 8, Georgia 1

Saturday, June 4

  • Georgia 24, Hofstra 1 (Hofstra eliminated)
  • VCU 4, North Carolina 3

Sunday, June 5

  • North Carolina 6, Georgia 5 (Georgia eliminated)
  • North Carolina 19, VCU 8

Monday, June 6

  • North Carolina vs. VCU, 6 p.m. ET

Hattiesburg Regional 

Hosted by No. 11 national seed Southern Mississippi.

Friday, June 3

  • Southern Miss. 2, Army 0
  • LSU 14, Kennesaw State 11

Saturday, June 4

  • Kennesaw State 9, Army 8 (Army eliminated)
  • LSU 7, Southern Miss 6

Sunday, June 5

  • Southern Miss 4, Kennesaw State 3 (Kennesaw State eliminated)
  • Southern Miss 8, LSU 4 

Monday, June 6

  • LSU vs. Southern Miss, 4 p.m. ET

Louisville Regional 

Hosted by No. 12 national seed Louisville.

Friday, June 3

  • Louisville 7, Southeast Missouri State 2
  • Michigan 8, Oregon 6

Saturday, June 4

  • Oregon 18, Southeast Missouri State 6 (Southeast Missouri State eliminated)
  • Michigan 7, Louisville 3

Sunday, June 5

  • Louisville 8, Oregon 5 (Oregon eliminated)
  • Louisville 20, Michigan 1 

Monday, June 6

  • Louisville vs. Michigan, 12 p.m. ET

Statesboro Regional 

Hosted by No. 16 national seed Georgia Southern.

Friday, June 3

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  • Notre Dame 3, Texas Tech 2

Saturday, June 4

  • Georgia Southern 8, UNC Greensboro 0
  • Texas Tech 2, UNC Greensboro 0 (UNC Greensboro eliminated)
  • Notre Dame 6, Georgia Southern 4

Sunday, June 5

  • Texas Tech 3, Georgia Southern 1 (Georgia Southern eliminated)
  • Notre Dame 2, Texas Tech 1 (Notre Dame advances, Texas Tech eliminated)

Stanford Regional 

Hosted by No. 2 national seed Stanford.

Friday, June 3

  • Stanford 20, Binghamton 7
  • Texas State 7, UC-Santa Barbara 3

Saturday, June 4

  • UC-Santa Barbara 9, Binghamton 4 (Binghamton eliminated)
  • Texas State 5, Stanford 2

Sunday, June 5

  • Stanford 8, UC-Santa Barbara 4 (UCSB eliminated)
  • Stanford 8, Texas State 4 

Monday, June 6

  • Stanford vs. Texas State, 10 p.m. ET

Corvallis Regional 

Hosted by No. 3 national seed Oregon State.

Friday, June 3

  • Oregon State 5, New Mexico State 4 (F/10)
  • San Diego 3, Vanderbilt 2

Saturday, June 4

  • Vanderbilt 21, New Mexico State 1 (New Mexico State eliminated)
  • Oregon State 12, San Diego 3

Sunday, June 5

  • Vanderbilt 14, San Diego 4 (San Diego eliminated)
  • Vanderbilt 8, Oregon State 1 

Monday, June 6

  • Vanderbilt vs. Oregon State, 4 p.m. ET

Coral Gables Regional 

Hosted by No. 6 national seed Miami-FL. Games in Miami were postponed from Friday to Saturday due to a Tropical Storm Warning in the region. 

Saturday, June 4

  • Miami 11, Canisius 6
  • Ole Miss 7, Arizona 4

Sunday, June 5

  • Arizona 7, Canisius 5 (Canisius eliminated)
  • Ole Miss 2, Miami 1 
  • Arizona 4, Miami 3 (Miami eliminated)

Monday, June 6

  • Ole Miss vs. Arizona, 1 p.m. ET

All of the above leads up to the College World Series at Omaha’s Charles Schwab Field, which gets underway on Friday, June 17. So who ya got?



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What you need to know about NFL cut day, plus one thing we learned about each team after Week 1 of preseason

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Pick Six newsletter!

It’s cut day in the NFL, which you’re going to hear a lot about over the next few weeks because there’s actually THREE cut days this year. The NFL added a few extra cut days last season to make things as confusing as possible. 

So when are those three cut days? Glad you asked. We’ll be going over that in today’s rundown, plus we’ll also be covering the Seahawks-Eagles trade.

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As a quick reminder, you can still bid on a chance to have a 10-minute Zoom call with me. The auction is for our annual CBS Sports telethon that raises money for St. Jude, so all the money from the auction will be going to charity. 

If you want to bid, all you have to do is click here. Last year, the winning bid for me went for more than $1,000 — it was the highest at CBS Sports — but this year, it’s much more affordable. The bidding is at just $26 right, which makes it the bargain of the century. 

Alright, that’s enough of that, let’s get to the rundown. 

As always, here’s your weekly reminder to tell all your friends to sign up for the newsletter. All you have to do is click here and then share the link.

1. Today’s show: Monday Mailbag

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During the NFL offseason, we like to spice things up each week on the Pick Six Podcast by adding a listener mailbag every Monday, and just because the preseason is here doesn’t mean these mailbags will be going away anytime soon. We had one yesterday and we have another coming today. (We’re not usually this lazy, but Brinson and Wilson had to travel to Nashville this week for work, so we recorded an extra mailbag since they’ll be flying today.) 

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Our mailbag episodes are pretty simple: We read listener questions during the show and then answer as many of those questions as possible. Questions can be about literally anything. I mean, I’m pretty sure someone once asked us how many state capitals we could name without using Google. If we’ll answer that, trust me when I say that we’ll answer almost anything. 

Anyway, if you want to submit a question, all you have to do is go to Apple Podcasts (click here) and leave a five-star review that includes your question. 

Here’s one question that Will Brinson, Ryan Wilson and I answered for today’s show.

Q: With how weak the NFC is looking — Green Bay lost Davante Adams, Tampa Bay is dealing with plenty of issues and Matthew Stafford is having arm issues — who is your favorite long shot bet to win the NFC?

To answer this question, we first had to agree on what constitutes a “long shot,” and that was much easier said than done. We eventually decided that any team with odds over 15-to-1 qualifies as a long shot to win the NFC.

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With that in mind, the team I like the most is the Minnesota Vikings. Yes, I know the Vikings always choke and/or find a way to lose every game that actually matters, but I think they can actually be good this year. This team lost eight games last season by one score and still went 8-9. If they had just gone 4-4 in those eight losses, they would have gone 12-5. When you consistently lose one-score games, that says more about your coaching than anything. The Vikings got rid of their coach, so I think this team can be better. 

We also discussed SUPER long shots in the NFC — teams that have a 50-to-1 chance to win the conference — and I decided the Panthers are the best bet out of that group, which also includes the Lions, Giants, Seahawks, Bears and Falcons.  

If you want to listen to the rest of the mailbag, be sure to click here. You can also watch today’s episode on YouTube by clicking here

VERY IMPORTANT PROGRAMMING NOTE: There’s a good chance Ryan Wilson is going to be getting a tattoo during our live show today, which starts at 1 p.m. ET. If you are interested in watching, you can check it out on YouTube by clicking here.

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2. Cut day: Former first-round pick headlines today’s cuts

The NFL will be holding three cut days this year and the first one will be coming at us today. 

With the league now playing three preseason games, the NFL decided to hold three cut days, with each one coming on the Tuesday following a full week of preseason games. The first cut day is today (teams must cut down to 85 players), with the next one coming Aug. 23 (cut down to 80) and the final one coming Aug. 30 (cut down to 53). On each of those days, the NFL’s 32 teams will have until 4 p.m. ET to get their roster down to the allotted number. 

Although teams have until 4 p.m. ET today to make their cuts, here’s a look at some notable players who have already been released: 

CB Darqueze Dennard (49ers)
DB Ross Cockrell (Buccaneers)
RB Corey Clement (Ravens)
WR Chad Beebe (Texans)
K Elliott Fry (Jaguars)
QB Jake Luton (Jaguars) 
CB Lonnie Johnson Jr. (Chiefs)
TE Garrett Griffin (Lions)

Dennard is probably the most surprising name on that list. As recently as last week, the former first-round pick was listed as the 49ers starting nickel back, but he apparently became expendable after rookie Sam Womack had a huge game in the preseason opener with two interceptions against the Packers. (If you want to know more about Dennard’s surprising cut, you can click here to check out our full story.)

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As for all the other cuts, if you want to check out the full list of players being released, just click here. (The list won’t be final until after the 4 p.m. ET deadline.)

3. Birds of a feather trade together: Eagles and Seahawks exchange players

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One thing that almost always happens when there’s a cut day coming up is that we see at least one trade go down. When a team is thinking about releasing a player who might draw some interest from other teams, they’ll usually shop him around to see if they can make a trade instead of cutting him. That’s what happened Monday with the Eagles and Seahawks pulling off a trade involving two players who probably would have been released. 

Here’s a look at the details in the rare player-for-player trade that involved zero draft picks:

This trade will bring Arcega-Whiteside’s career in Philadelphia to a disappointing end. The Eagles selected him in the second round of a loaded wide receiver draft back in 2019, and they’ve probably been regretting it ever since. Arcega-Whiteside was taken ahead of players like DK Metcalf, Terry McLaurin and Hunter Renfrow

During his three years in Philadelphia, Arcega-Whiteside only caught 16 passes, which is barely an average of five catches per season. His biggest year came in 2019 when he caught 10 passes for 169 yards and a touchdown, but his numbers never improved after that. The trade to the Seahawks is probably for the best, since it will now give him a chance for a fresh start. 

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As for Amadi, he’s a versatile player who gives the Eagles some solid depth in the secondary. Amadi’s ability to play both corner and safety is likely a big reason the Eagles were interested in him. Amadi made seven starts last season during a year where he played in all 17 games for the Seahawks. 

For more on the trade, be sure to click here

4. One thing we learned about each NFL team during Week 1 of the preseason

With the first week of the preseason officially in the books, CBSSports.com’s Jordan Dajani decided that now was the perfect time to reveal one thing he learned about each team over the weekend. With most teams only playing their starters for part of the first quarter, you don’t always learn a lot about each team, but you definitely still learn something, so let’s check out Dajani’s list. 

  • Bills: Matt Araiza is a stud. “There’s a punting competition occurring in Buffalo between two great players: Matt Haack and rookie “Punt God” Matt Araiza. There are high expectations for the San Diego kid with the interesting nickname, and he lived up to the hype in Week 1 of the preseason. Araiza punted just once, but it was an 82-yard boot that traveled more than 75 yards in the air!” 
  • Cowboys: Still haven’t figured out how to cut down on penalties. “The Cowboys racked up a whopping 17 penalties for 129 yards in Week 1 of the preseason. They led the league in penalties last year, and head coach Mike McCarthy presumably doesn’t want to do that again.”
  • Jaguars: The offense looks like it will be much improved. “They just needed a coach like Doug Pederson to come in and put all the pieces together. Jacksonville’s first preseason game featured a solid showing from the offense, as Trevor Lawrence led an 11-play, 78-yard drive that ended in a field goal, and then later, another 11-play, 63-yard drive which was capped with a touchdown pass to Evan Engram.”
  • Texans: Dameon Pierce is no longer a secret. “The rookie running back out of Florida looked electric in his first NFL action. Pierce rushed five times for 49 yards, looked dangerously shifty in the backfield and was quite literally throwing grown men around in pass protection. It’s early, but he looks like a baller.”
  • Steelers: George Pickens looks like a star. “Pickens looks fast, he seems to have great ball skills and he was burning defensive backs one play, and then laying them out as a blocker the next. He caught three passes for 43 yards and one touchdown on five targets, and will help whichever quarterback starts for Pittsburgh.”

Dajani’s list actually includes all 32 teams, and if you want to check out the full list, be sure to click here

5. Grading the first-round rookies after one week of preseason play

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At some point, I promise you we’ll stop talking about Week 1 of the preseason, but that point is not right now, because we have some grades to hand out. CBSSports.com’s draft guru Chris Trapasso went through each preseason game from the weekend so that he could grade how every first-round pick did.

The good news for the rookie class is that no one got an ‘F.’ Let’s check in to see how a few of the first-round picks in the draft graded out: 

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Travon Walker (Jaguars): A-
Aidan Hutchinson (Lions): B
Ikem Ekwonu (Panthers): A-
Garrett Wilson (Jets): B+ 
Kyle Hamilton (Ravens): C+ 
Trevor Penning (Saints): D+ 
Kenny Pickett (Steelers): B
Kaiir Elam (Bills): B-
Cole Strange (Patriots): B
George Karlaftis (Chiefs): A-

Trapasso actually graded every first-round pick who made contributions (good or bad) in Week 1, and if you want to see each player’s grade — along with the explanation for each grade — then make sure to click here so you can check out the entire story.  

6. Rapid-fire roundup: NFL warns teams not to tamper with Roquan Smith

It’s been a wild 24 hours in the NFL, and since it’s nearly impossible to keep track of everything that happened, I went ahead and put together a roundup for you. 

  • NFL sends out Roquan Smith memo. The Roquan Smith situation in Chicago now has even more drama: Apparently, someone has been contacting other teams on Smith’s behalf. The NFL views this as a problem for two reasons: Smith doesn’t have an agent and the Bears haven’t given him permission to seek a trade, so there shouldn’t be anyone contacting any other teams on his behalf. The NFL sent out a memo to teams this week making it clear that if they talk to Smith, it would be viewed as tampering, which could lead to a punishment. 
  • Buccaneers sign Carl Nassib. The former Raiders defensive end is headed to Tampa Bay after agreeing to a one-year deal for the Buccaneers. The move makes sense for Nassib, who will be reunited with Todd Bowles. The Buccaneers coach was Tampa Bay’s defensive coordinator in 2019 when Nassib played for the team. During that 2019 season, Nassib racked up six sacks, which is the second-highest total in his six-year career. 
  • Le’Veon Bell-Adrian Peterson fight is happening. The two NFL running backs were supposed to box each other in July, but the fight got postponed after the main event was canceled. Now, it appears the fight is back on. According to TMZ, the match has been rescheduled for Sept. 10 in California, which just happens to be one night before the first full Sunday of the NFL regular season. 
  • Bud Dupree pleads guilty to misdemeanor in Tennessee. The Titans star was given six months of probation after agreeing to plead guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge in Nashville on Monday. The plea stems from an incident in January where Dupree got into an altercation with an employee at Walgreens.  
  • 49ers starting safety could miss opener. Kyle Shanahan admitted Monday that safety Jimmie Ward could end up missing Week 1 after he suffered a hamstring injury in practice Sunday. “It was a pretty bad hamstring injury,” Shanahan said. “We’ll see over the next couple of weeks how it plays out.” Ward started 16 games for the 49ers last season and led the team in interceptions with two. 



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Russell Wilson and Nathaniel Hackett are clicking, with the first-year head coach giving the veteran QB a newfound freedom.



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The NBA world was rocked recently when it was announced that Rudy Gobert was leaving the Utah Jazz for the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Utah was the only NBA home Gobert ever knew and he was a vital part of the team’s success.

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Cutting him loose, especially to such a promising team, was a major move that could greatly shake up the league.

People argued about which team did better in the trade deal that sent Gobert east.

Well, in a few months we will be able to see the two teams compete and get a better idea of which squad is superior.

The Minnesota Timberwolves will face off against the Utah Jazz for the first time on October 21 in Minnesota.

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Then, less than two months later, Gobert will return to Utah for the first time since the trade as his Timberwolves battle it out with the Jazz in Salt Lake City on December 9.

These will be two tremendous games that every NBA fan will want to watch.

 

Minnesota Faces The Music

There are many who think the Timberwolves will be the better unit now that they have Gobert.

The trade weakens Utah’s frontcourt and obviously improves Minnesota’s.

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However, a trade this enormous sometimes takes time to start working.

Gobert will need to learn to play with his new crew and that doesn’t always happen overnight.

So don’t be surprised if Minnesota doesn’t get off to an amazing start in October.

As for the Jazz, there is still much to be decided about the team, including its relationship with Donovan Mitchell.

The team once said it would never ship Mitchell away but once Gobert was sent packing anything seemed possible.

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Now there is a chance that opening night for the Jazz will see them without both Gobert and Mitchell.

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