David Locke: "Because what happens in this league is, people start shooting threes and they get soft and donít want contact and then they just stay out there all the time. Youíre not going to get soft, are you?"
Enes Kanter: "I kind of live in the paint, man. Come on. I wonít get soft. Donít worry about that."
Have some of the same feeling as others in this thread. Been a fan for about 20 years. Have bought League Pass every year for like the last 8 to watch Jazz, but this year watching less and less and dont even really care if they lose to much (perhaps some of this is so we can get a high draft pick this year ) I admit there is another team I am watching a lot of this year. They are about to get really exciting when an injured player comes back. Would prefer to see the young guys play. Last night almost at the very end of the game all 5 guys on the floor will be free agents next year. Hard to get into the Jazz when the team may be very different next year.
This team hasn't been as exciting as previous teams and I think I know how to fix it.
Let's trade Al Jefferson and Millsap to the Lakers for Gasol and Sacre.
We can start Gasol and Favors.
So what Big Al doesn't fit a D'Antonio offense. I just want to see a truly skilled big man on our team.
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.
in this thread.
interesting thread. i wonder if some who are losing interest would consider them selves to be "fair weather fans."
not saying they are, just wondering what they think. what do you think?
HH, fair weather? Did you read through the thread. A lot of the posters are 20-year fans. Some have been following the Jazz probably since you were in diapers.
So I resist becoming a fan for more than 5 years, finally give in and get invested, and just a few years later everyone's* leaving?