Yup, like normal.
Yup. Although shall be disappointed if Derrick isn't a starter.
There's no way we can't watch. We are all obsessed.
We can only hope to move up a few spots in the playoff seeding to avoid the big guns.
Whatever happens I'll hope for the best, and expect the worst
"Bottom line is I want to go somewhere where guys are willing to win. It's not all about the pay checks, somewhere where the franchise is going in the right direction" - Trey Burke, Leader
I, HeavenHarris, hereby pledge to my fellow JFC'rs that I will no longer give out neg-reps. All it does is cause negative things, like fights, drama, bitching, ill will, bad feelings, etc.
Love, not hate, is the answer bros and moes.
LOL Lol breaks his pledge 5 days later hahahaha
How many games do the Jazz have left on national t.v.? How many games will they televise if the Jazz make the playoffs? That's how many I will be watching.
Next years season tickets were just purchased. So yes. Plus now I get watch away games while eating my waffle.
And that's only 1/2 the season gone!
It's been frustrating watching them grow with limited minutes, but to say that "Nothing has changed" is just not true.
[QUOTE=IBProfane;491363]I'll watch a majority of the games, but I won't be nearly as interested as I would be if Favors & Kanter get more playing time. If I knew those guys were both going to get 25-30 minutes a game, I wouldn't miss a game.[/QUOTE]
This right heerrreee
Is it bad that one of the worst things someone can say to me at the moment is that the Jazz need to resign Jefferson? You can call my wife and kids names and it won't bother me as much as someone insisting that the Jazz need Jefferson.
When I hear that I break all ties with that person. Is that normal?
I'll watch. Our young players are developing and our vets are going to give us cap space.
I really think the Jazz will make a move or two though.
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.
Millsap started out slow
Foye started out slow
Hayward's been out injured
Burks started out cold
Marvin started out slow
Jefferson gives you what you ask for - constant and steady scoring. His defense has been patchy but if you go back and look at close games, he's been the ones putting the team on his back numerous times. He did it again last night in the 3rd to pull away from GSW.
I don't know if he'll produce with a new contract, but we're definitely getting our money's worth this year with him.