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    Quote Originally Posted by fishonjazz View Post
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    And since he is only 20 there is a chance he could get a little bigger right? (i have no idea if people continue growing after 20 yrs old)
    They do, not marginally but depending on people they can get taller, and even their hair grow more after 20, so in years to come Kanter may turn not only into a beast but a hairy one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sepanol View Post
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    I dont think there is much difference between two as well. Mo may seem good time to time, and may help you win couple of games in the season, but he is not the answer for long term, plus he has horrible choices at times, especially in critical games, moments.
    Please explain how Mo isn't a big upgrade over Harris. He's a better shooter, better defender, gets more assists, leader, more aggressive, oh and by the way he's 8th in assists in the entire NBA. Please explain this, it should be interesting. It's not even a discussion. This might be your dumbest post ever.

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    i'm not too worried about hayward just yet.
    needs a little more consistency in jumper. his drives still look kinda reckless at times but he does know how to finish around the rim and that should only improve.
    misses a lot of calls too, probably because he sometimes looks so out of control.
    needs to use that quick pull-up in the lane a bit more often rather than keep charging into guys.

    not sure what his ceiling is but still has plenty of growing to dp and i think he'll be a useful players for years.
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    Hayward comes from the bench cold, making a couple of mistakes, turnovers, miss shots etc. He is not the typical 6th man that would give you what you expect from him in an instant like Terry or Manu but down the stretch he get used to it, he feels much more comfortable and knocks his shots more constantly and get hot with the flow of the game. And his performance lately is not that bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mellow View Post
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    Three quick shots-

    Hate to be Debbie Downer on such a happy night, while we celebrate Enes should we also be concerned about Hayward? The dude is in his third year, his shooting percentage sucks, tonight he played 30 minutes and got 1 rebound, and 2 assists, with no steals and no blocks. The rebound he got was tipped out by the bigs and he picked it up. Dude gets blocked so much going to the rim that the refs won't bail him out no-more. He is looking more like a 23 minute a night guy than a star. He has not evolved in anyway that I have noticed.

    Marvin needs more minutes.

    Jazz beat the Lakers on the same night that Torey Ellis' Nets get blown out early by the BUcks. The 'fans' in Brooklyn were booing before halftime and the arena was empty by the start of the third quarter. Torey was something like 3 for 13 in the first half and sulking. I'm so happy.

    You lost me with Marvin the ghost Williams needing more playing time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Revolution 9 View Post
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    You lost me with Marvin the ghost Williams needing more playing time.
    I was under the impression he was called the wet bandit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAOS View Post
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    People are over-reacting on Hayward. He is close to putting on a great run of games. Quote me.
    And by over-reacting you mean not watching the game and just reading the box score so they can look for something to bitch about.

    Hayward is way ahead of where he was at this point in the season last year. His FG% and Assist Numbers have gone down because they're trying to transition him from being a supporting player on the starting unit to the focal point of the second team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candrew View Post
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    And by over-reacting you mean not watching the game and just reading the box score so they can look for something to bitch about.

    Hayward is way ahead of where he was at this point in the season last year. His FG% and Assist Numbers have gone down because they're trying to transition him from being a supporting player on the starting unit to the focal point of the second team.
    All of this.
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    Was reading a lakers message board, and got this....


    Posted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 12:24 am** *Post subject:
    Gonna be so pissed if we lose. These Jazz fans the most annoying people in the world.

    Keep it up jazzfanz!

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    Hahaha no respect for Utah. It is not about them winning it is about the Lakers losing.

    This isn't meant to be a slight against the Jazz, which are now 12-10 and have a deep nine-man rotation playing hard for coach Tyrone Corbin. But if the Lakers can't find it in them to win a game like that on Sunday, what can they win? "Umm, you know, we're not very good right now," Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni said after his team was outscored 54-34 in the paint and gifted 25 points to Utah off of 14 turnovers. ESPN.com

    https://scores.espn.go.com/nba/recap?gameId=400278017
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