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    Kanter with a really good game tonight. I hope we see more of this from him. (If Ty let's him).
    Nice to see Burks get off the bench. Maybe he'll make it in tomorrow to with Marvin out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mellow View Post
    I didn't want to say it the past few games, but I will now. Milsap has checked out. The big man rotation solved itself.

    Just hope that Lindsey will do something about it.
    agree. Millsap no passion. Anyone think he wants out of Utah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz4ever View Post
    Don't you love our coach?
    Hmm, he is unique at least.. I can say that.

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    So Enes Kanter scores 13 pts. in 8 minutes on 6 of 7 shooting, including three Dirk-like jumpers from 18 feet and inside scores against Collison and Ibaka, and then he gets pulled for Paul Millsap. I wish the Jazz would trade a big so Corbin doesn't have to try to think.
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    Milsap just can't defend guys who are taller and longer than him. He can't keep them off the boards either.

    Oh, and Hayward looks great running the floor as an SF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thee jazz fan View Post
    agree. Millsap no passion. Anyone think he wants out of Utah?
    I would want out of utah too if i had too play beside jefferson on the defensive end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catchall View Post
    So Enes Kanter scores 13 pts. in 8 minutes on 6 of 7 shooting, including three Dirk-like jumpers from 18 feet and inside scores against Collison and Ibaka, and then he gets pulled for Paul Millsap. I wish the Jazz would trade a big so Corbin doesn't have to try to think.
    Thats exactly what happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thee jazz fan View Post
    agree. Millsap no passion. Anyone think he wants out of Utah?
    he still outplayed jefferson on both ends of the floor though

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    Either Millsap is hurt and isn't saying anything or he has checked out mentally because he is showing no passion at all. I hope he hasn't checked out because I would be fine with trading his #&^@%#(*&.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowhide View Post
    Either Millsap is hurt and isn't saying anything or he has checked out mentally because he is showing no passion at all. I hope he hasn't checked out because I would be fine with trading his #&^@%#(*&.
    You can't play hurt without passion.

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    Millsap may need a change of scenery. He didn't start the season good and he is not getting any good either.

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    Anyone notice how well Earl Watson ran the team in the 4th quarter? Jazz need a young point guard who can push tempo like that. Both Tinsley and Mo Williams are really slow-it-down PGs.

    Edit: Mo Williams is really a combo-guard.
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    Corbin is just so easy to suss. I just couldnīt get what he was awaiting from Millsap in this 2 minutes, what Kanter canīt give ?
    Al was tired so much, but he let him in the Game the last 7 minutes as a scarecrow.

    I thnik Kanter is the most talented Big on this Rooster, he has worked hard and developed so much in the Off-Season and then it just destroyed all of his confidence , after seeing Corbin giving him garbage minutes after 1 or 2 bad games in a row.

    I donīt know "HOW" DUMB this SUCKrone Corbin is, but he needed 1 year to discover that Enes Kanter has a Jump- Shot. I really donīt want to imagine , how much time he will need to discover, that Kanter can also hit a three point shot.
    Quote Originally Posted by CAKAR View Post
    Al is soft ? he is just a nice guy. Sometimes he avoids contact, just to protect other players from his strength. He is a player, who cares for other players. Trust me dude, they say BIG-AL breaks the neck of a bull, just with his pure hands.
    Why they call him BIG-AL, think of it


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    The Thunder reminded me of the 90-93 Jazz. They let a lesser team compete with them for a quarter or so, made a run to pull ahead by double digits, let the other team come back a bit, and just as the other team thought they had a chance.....BAM! Hit with the stars and put the game away.


    Except I don't remember Karl and John getting so many favorable calls, they never did. Did they?
    The NBA, where the Championship Trophy is awarded in June, but won in July.

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    Earl was impressive; I have to admit that. Mo Williams is a chucker!

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