As Jazz TV announcer Craig Bolerjack likes to say, “it’s good to be home.” After returning to Salt Lake CIty following a tough overtime loss in New Orleans, the Jazz bounced back quickly and early. They came out looking for the kill in the first quarter against the Kings on Saturday night on the way to a 123-101 victory. In fact, the Jazz did not miss for the first 10 possessions or so of the game. Threes were raining down and the Jazz players were nearly literally on fire. The offense hummed most of the game, with a few minor glitches when the bench squad was on the floor. Check the ORtg by quarter, tracked by Ken Clayton here.  Jazz ORtg by quarter:1st 1652nd 1143rd 1334th 122 (141 before emptying the bench)Worst stretches involved the bench, dropping as low as 80 for 10 possessions in the 1st half, 67 on a dozen possessions in the 2nd half. Even the ho-hum second quarter where the Kings put up a slight comeback on the Jazz was well above the league average offense, and the Jazz offense on the season is now higher ranked than the Jazz defense! Not something we ever thought we’d say with a Rudy Gobert roster.  Speaking of Rudy, he was phenomenal on both sides of the floor, per ...