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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenHarris View Post
    this team needs a pg. bad.
    Needs either that or get the ball out of Mo's hands in the half court. He's pretty good spotting up, in transition, and coming off curls. He just doesn't create offense. IMO this is also why Foye is rated poorly, he was the CJ off the bench and he's the same way only more specialized. Ty ran the ball through him rather than to him way to much. Foye will come out smelling a lot better stat wise once the rotations are figured out better. Dude is a killer as long as he's not dribbling first.

    The team is much better off having Hayward be the focus off the bench.
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    This is how bad Tinsley has been-

    Roger is producing more wins than him.
    Last edited by Weezur; 11-22-2012 at 12:59 AM.

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    I just take this space to say, once again, for the umpteenth time over the last two years, why haven't we traded big Al for something -- anything -- to sure up our back court? ****

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAOS View Post
    I just take this space to say, once again, for the umpteenth time over the last two years, why haven't we traded big Al for something -- anything -- to sure up our back court? ****

    Whatever would we do without his offense, and rebounding?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenHarris View Post
    this team needs a pg. bad.
    We do.

    But who's the answer and how are we going to get him?

    Boston isn't going to trade us Rondo for Raja Bell.
    Lakers Suck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weezur View Post
    This is how bad Tinsley has been-

    Roger is producing more wins than him.
    Can I be the first to say the link does a lousy job explaining how they come up with their numbers?

    And Tinsely is second in the NBA in Assists per 48 behind Rondo. I think they could do worse for a back-up PG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    I feel like Foye has given the Jazz big boost with a ton of key shots though.
    Foye > CJ

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    This post backs up what I've been saying all along about Foye. But it puzzles me how when the proof is staring them in their eyes people can argue against it by saying Foye hits keys shots. Well, a few yes, but then he'll give it back up on the other end. It's similar to how people looked at AK, only in reverse. Because he didn't score, he didn't contribute to the team, and yet all the stats showed, even during the DWill era, he was either second to DWill or in one of those years, better, as the most productive player for the Jazz.

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    The most disconcerting thing pointed out in that article is that Favors is 8th on the team in minutes. This despite that he is arguable our best player right now and definitely the player with the best chance at being great.
    Playoffs here we come. Pass the damn Kool-Aid


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    Quote Originally Posted by gregbroncs View Post
    The most disconcerting thing pointed out in that article is that Favors is 8th on the team in minutes. This despite that he is arguable our best player right now and definitely the player with the best chance at being great.
    Disconcerting yes..... surprising no. Ty corbin is the coach.

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