"He can say what he wants...we know we have a great organization. He got his stats...and as always, he got the L, too." - Trevor Booker
This is the only fanbase, that has this ridicoulous sense of entitlement, where people feel that because a player's game doesn't appeal to them, they deserve not to see that player. Doesn't matter if we're moving up the playoff ladder, as long as someones game doesn't appeal to them, they won't watch. And sorry to inform you, but "jazz basketball" isn't some concept that remains constant regardless of the changing players and coaching staff, it's something that's created by the players on the court, and the coaching staff, during a particular season. The "Jazz basketball" in 04 was completley different than the Jazz basketball in 08. As the players change, "Jazz basketball" changes. And this is the current "Jazz basketball", based on an inside-out attack, a lot of post play, a slow pace, and an energetic and aggresive bench. If you don't want to watch this, go send a letter to Koc, and enlighten him with your ridiculous way of thinking. And make sure to tell him why a player shouldn't play, because you don't like him.
I want more time for Favors, Kanter and Burks. I want Corbin to go. I want Al to go. I get it and I agree.
However like Cyrone said. I just can't root for them to lose. I too am to much of a junkie.
I don't want to lose, I just want a trade.
Barely hold on at home against the Pelicans?
I could eat a peach for hours.
You can rant all you want, but this point wasn't very good.
Also, you talk about a slow pace, post play style of play. The only problem is, that doesn't work if you don't play defense. If your opponent scores a layup with 15 seconds left in the shot clock, you take up all 24 secs and don't score, you are still down 2-0. If this happens for a prolonged period of time, you are down 50 (see the Houston game).
If Al is such a great player, why was he traded to Utah for crap?
Ahhhhhh...one more loss equals one game closer to Al being gone.
Every win takes us one step closer to Al being resigned.
I think Al's trade value can't possibly be higher.
Anybody not agree with me yet?
Just think, had the Jazz lost a ton before the deadline, things would be completely different now.
The only way to rid us of these joke of "vets" is for the Jazz to lose.
No they dont agree with you. Did you not see the ridiculous ra ra **** after the deadline? Poor owner, gm, and coach. They will never strive for anything more than medicore. Took me way too many years to figure that out.
Welcome aboard Snyder, Exum and Hood. Here is to hoping this season is more entertaining than the last 3.
I think my hope was fulfilled. I watched 5X more Jazz basketball this year than any of the last 3.