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    Senior Member NUMBERICA's Avatar
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    Geroge Meurasn gyus!! Teh best!
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    I think he can play SF

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    There's a reason Charles Barkley will never get into the HOF. Oh, dang.
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    Can someone clarify why that Marshall guy didn't play?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zbone View Post
    Can someone clarify why that Marshall guy didn't play?
    I think he's in the D-League. They have three other pg's on the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Feldheimer View Post
    The most important thing in the NBA is to have stars, in which the Jazz have zero.
    Jazz do need at least 1 star. In crunch time, no one has the ability to take over...and more importantly, get the refs to give them a call. You saw what happened against the Clippers: Paul took over and the Clippers got some questionable calls to go their way. That said, Utah has ZERO chance at getting a star. The GS pick will be in the mid 20's. The Jazz pick is likely to fall between 12-16, depending on if they sneak into the playoffs or finish just out.

    A star had to come out of the Deron deal in either Favors, the #3 pick (Kanter) or Hayward or Burks. I don't see that happening. It's doubtful the Jazz get a great player out of a Millsap or Jefferson trade. The best bet would be to try to get a late lottery pick from a team needing to dump payroll. Then package 3 1st-rounders to move up in the draft. It's a long-shot, but that's the only way I see the Jazz getting an impact player.

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    Size isnt that important. I have had plenty of women tell me so, I know its true.
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