Buckle Up Jazz
Tank Watch Bottom (or is it Top?) 5:
1. Milwaukee Bucks 3-15 L2
2. Denver Nuggets or Orlando Magic (via New York Knicks 3-13 L9)
3. Utah Jazz 4-16 L1
4. Sacramento Kings 4-12 L5
5. Atlanta Hawks or Boston Celtics (via Brooklyn Nets 5-13 L1)
"I'm a moron for thinking the Browns could even sniff 10 wins in a division where the other three teams (two of whom almost always make the playoffs) made the post-season last year. Gyp Rosetti's thee God of football knowledge." - Brown Notes
Teams that probably would take Paul Millsap:
Plus any team that wants to move a longer contract.
The Jazz play like azz when the J ain't workin'.
The Jazz aren't tanking. They're evaluating their talent. That is, they're seeing how often four young players can score over 100 points in a game with no help whatsoever.
Okay, time for Lindsey to show that he is what his business card says he is, and dig a way out of this mess.
Jazz are still without Mo for another 3 weeks atleast, and no gaurantees after that. Watson was sore, then he was injured again. Tinsley is a passer, but struggles to stay in front of the fast guys, and the whole league dares him to shoot, because he can't.
Hayward could help facilitate but he is out with no timetable for return.
Jazz could use some help at pg, but can't even sign a d-leaguer for 10-days because Raja is using a roster spot.
C'mon Dennis, find a way out of KOC's mess. Trade Raja. Sign this d-league guy:
Its not much, but its a step above what you've done so far.
I'm not sure what the jazz play. It isn't basketball. Its a strange cross of Red Rover and inside out dodgeball.-Cathay Kelly, Toronto Star.
I bet that what's happening right now is that Lindsey is trying to buy out Raja. However, Raja knows we're short handed so he's holding out for more money.
Raja the douchebag