I voted yes cuz I think so.
There will be no Jazz deal this weekend. It makes you wonder what the FO is actually doing? Do they have a plan? Are we going to lose Sap & Al for nothing? If an electric train was going a 100 mph east and the wind was blowing 100 to the west, which way would the smoke blow?
Sometimes the best move is no move. "Sometimes" time frame expands to "forever and ever" in the Jazz universe.
Burke- Burks- Burked.
Something else to consider is the Jazz have the least amount of cash committed against the cap next season. That maybe valuable when teams look to dump contracts to get under the cap as the luxury tax becomes heavier in the next few years. It also allows the Jazz to do TPEs and bypass the usual math with trades. That is something to consider.
As much as we complain about Greg not opening the wallet, the team is in a good position as it stands. I'd prefer to get something back for Millsap and/or Jefferson, but if not, then there's a win there to in the form of that capspace and freeing up time for our younger players. I'd love to get Bledsoe, but if not, then meh. It won't ruin my day.
As far as today? No. if a deal comes, it'll be tomorrow just prior to the deadline.
Last edited by TheStormofWar; 02-20-2013 at 09:45 AM. Reason: Stay on topic...
I said no. It'll go down tomorrow!
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It will go down Thursday as late as possible.
Let's see... it makes sense for the Jazz to make this trade and improves the team so, no, the trade will not happen.
as bad as I want a Millsap/Bledsoe trade to happen, it won't...not today, not tomorrow...makes too much sense for our team
Thursday is the new Tuesday.
Nope. it wont happen this year or next year or any year. the jazz will most likely never ever see bledsoe in a jazz uniform. this little dream/fantasy of many of yours will stay just that "a dream". all of you who voted yes are just getting your hopes up. I am not a huge fan of our back up PGs now, but bledsoe isnt the utah jazz answer. i think koc and lindsay know that. and thank heavens they do!
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