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    Quote Originally Posted by MilesDeep View Post
    Actually, I made it clear through English 301 at Utah State, but that was an impressive runon paragraph, and I am ashamed. I need to USE paragraphs. Thanks Cyrone.
    Don't really care about making them proper paragraphs, just hard as hell on my eyes trying to read it all.
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    On the OP and Burks: Jazzfanz are always looking for players to gain weight.
    Weight is a disadvantage for most basketball players.
    Look at Duncun, Parker, and Ginobli. They are skinny veterans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by northeast View Post
    On the OP and Burks: Jazzfanz are always looking for players to gain weight.
    Weight is a disadvantage for most basketball players.
    Look at Duncun, Parker, and Ginobli. They are skinny veterans.
    Being good is an advantage.
    Build a man a fire; keep him warm for a day. Light a man on fire and he will be warm for the rest of this life.

    Repeating the same actions and expecting different results is the definition of insanity.

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    Being fast because you are not too heavy helps you be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilesDeep View Post
    We learned that Corbin is a rookie coach, and needs time to become less stupid, which includes moving away from Sloans substitution beliefs and patterns. Favors is the only current player on the squad that is untouchable, although I am very high on Hayward, Burks, and Kanter as well. Millsap has a good heart, but is eternally undersized and needs to be a 6th man and it is critical for him to establish a consistent 3point shot to not only to relieve the pressure Favors will see, but to improve his own own scoring by using the only advantage he possesses; speed. Jefferson has to go, despite being the only player that consistently will score regardless of what defense is thrown at him. While being a decent shot blocker, he brings nothing else to the table except a shot buffet for the other team, especially on the pnr. Also, saying you can't win and kissing the behind of the other team, regardless how obvious that is to everyone, is inexcusable, incomprehensible, and unacceptable. How would you go to battle with someone that outwardly expresses this? Hayward, while being inconsistent, both inside and out, is still adapting to a changing body (has grown in size and height), although I am shocked at his playoff performance offensively. He is the Jazz's best individual defender, and will be a starter (borderline All-star) for 10 years. Burks, despite a donut in game 4, has the most upside on the team, and will start next year, and be the unquestioned team leader in 2014. Why? Because he believes it. Needs to gain a bit of weight, which he will. He will be an all-star perenially starting in 2014. Carrolle must be resigned because he plays with passion and intensity, and brings a bit of talent for relatively cheap. Kanter is massive, and for someone who has played as much as your average high schooler, is awesome. Learning to not bring the ball down is imperative for him moving forward. Otherwise, everything else will come as he plays and practices with the team. Harris is good, not great, and misses wat too many possible passes that could lead to scores, so he can go as far as I'm concerned. IMO, doesn't make people better, which is the #1 priority at the point. Howard (the Black Hole), and Bell (the a hole), and Miles (the stuck in a hole), need to be gone. These players either don't play a team game, or don't have the right attitude to improve a team, and their time is past. Ahearn will enjoy another stint in the D-league, and I hope Hayward can convince Evans to stick around, just because I like to watch him.

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