Happy trails, dude.
Still bitter about that extension, though...
"If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered." - Thomas Jefferson
Last edited by jope; 11-08-2012 at 04:17 PM.
I liked memo, bed head and all
He should not have played against Denver when he had the pain
Love the guy. I'd love to see him coach and I'd still love to see his number retired here. Plenty of #'s to go around after all. Might be a great shooting coach if Horny ever goes elsewhere or gets promoted...
You know squat. You know less than squat. You and Squat could go to the movies and Squat could wear an "I'm with Stupid" t-shirt!
I was a big Okur fan. Outside of his 1st season, when he showed up out of shape, I felt like he gave 100% effort every year after that, even trying to play hurt. He had that one magical stretch when Boozer was out where he and Deron were running the pick and pop to perfection. IIRC, he hit nearly 60% of his 3's for close to a month.
Best wishes, Memo.
Jazz Basketball: Ya' gotta loathe it, baby!
On the Safari for Jabari
In all seriousness, Memo might just be the most beloved Jazz player of all time, even more than Stockton & Malone. I don't think I've ever heard anyone say anything bad about Memo on a personal level, or even about how he played the game (given his limitations).
Best wishes for the future, Memo, and may you have much success in everything you choose to do!
Good memories... Love his reaction after he hit the last clutch 3pt.
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Tank Watch Bottom (or is it Top?) 5:
1. Utah Jazz 4-19 L4
2. Milwaukee Bucks 5-16 W1
3. Denver Nuggets or Orlando Magic (via New York Knicks 5-15 L2)
4. Orlando Magic 6-15 L6
5. Sacramento Kings 6-13 W2 (they're HOT! - or cold depending on your point of view)