I don't know, I used to think Sap was 6th man in future. But I think he and Favors could start just fine.
So, anyone notice that Al Jefferson is 5th in the league in rebounding? He may put up empty stats sometimes, but people looking at his stats think he's an impact player.
Short list at #14: CJ McCollum, Dennis Schroeder, Archie Goodwin, Kelly Olynyk
Short list at #21: Steven Adams, Giannis Adetokunbo, Sergey Karasev, Nate Wolters
2nd round: Carmichael, Hardaway Jr., Adonis Thomas, James Southerland
Sap and Favors 5-23 shooting combined! NBA power forwards? Fantastic! Well, at least our front line grabbed double digit rebounds a piece!
If The Jazz were playing any other team in the league - and a few NBDL teams - this would have been a loss.
The Wizards, right now, are the worst NBA team I've ever seen.
Did any one else notice how loose the rims were? I don't know if it was done purposely or just wear and tear from all the bricks this team throws.
Where was Wall? Must be hurt, right?
great seats didn't make the game look any better...uugggllaa...good thing the Jazz were playing the Wiz because they would have lost to anyone else...Al played great down the strectch and Favors/Carroll's hustle plays were a big factor...Millsap looked slow and disinterested, or maybe he's not 100 percent...Foye should be playing for the Wizards...it's hard to believe you could assemble an NBA team that bad...you could get better group of players together with blind luck...
An obvious observation from Locke:
Why is that? Could it be Jefferson?• Interesting that Randy Foye plays the starting 2 tonight and seems lost the same way Gordon and Marvin did when they were in the starting line-up. Until the ball moves and we play the up tempo we were shooting for it is going to be very difficult for the 2 or the 3 to have an impact with how the ball goes left block and does come out very quickly.