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    Quote Originally Posted by ncoloradojazz View Post
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    Hayward is going to be nothing but a 12th man on a championship caliber team. Lets face it why utah drafted him is because he is white. Hes the next great white hype for jazz fans wanting another stockton or horna(sp?) Hes just not an nba player. If he would pf stayed in college he would have been one that slipped to being 2nd round or undrafted after a senior season. His stock was high and the jazz follishly bought into him. He looks to small for a 2 guard. Not quick enough. Not great shooter or passer.
    You must not be watching the same game that I am. He is a great passer. And played great defense on more than one occation against a guy in Evans that destroyed us last year going to the hole. Bell and Hayward both did a great job of keeping him in front of them. His shot well come.

    And I really liked the lineup with Elson and Fes in there. The Kings were one and out every trip. And with Watson and Price playing together Price was able to come off the down screens and get some great looks at the basket instead of just Jacking up jumpers off the dribble

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncoloradojazz View Post
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    Hayward is going to be nothing but a 12th man on a championship caliber team. Lets face it why utah drafted him is because he is white. Hes the next great white hype for jazz fans wanting another stockton or horna(sp?) Hes just not an nba player. If he would pf stayed in college he would have been one that slipped to being 2nd round or undrafted after a senior season. His stock was high and the jazz follishly bought into him. He looks to small for a 2 guard. Not quick enough. Not great shooter or passer.
    too small for a 2 guard? at 6'9"? i appreciate your sarcasm on subjective matters but not on
    something really measurable

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    This thread's full of so much fail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrazeeEyezKilla View Post
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    This thread's full of so much fail.
    Yes, but some good comments as well...
    Vslice, you are absolutely correct; Jeramy Evans can't guard everyone, but the good thing is he's a competitor. If you beat him on a play, he'll keep his head up and find a way to beat you on the next play. Hayward has that same quality.
    Hayward seemed to do a great job defensively against Tyreka Evans of the Kings, which was NOT expected.
    Hopefully Sloan will be willing during the regular season to try MORE creative lineups when the regulars get a little flat (which happens to EVERY team at points in the season). This particular combo really seemed to work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotDeadYet View Post
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    Yes, but some good comments as well...
    Vslice, you are absolutely correct; Jeramy Evans can't guard everyone, but the good thing is he's a competitor. If you beat him on a play, he'll keep his head up and find a way to beat you on the next play. Hayward has that same quality.
    Hayward seemed to do a great job defensively against Tyreka Evans of the Kings, which was NOT expected.
    Hopefully Sloan will be willing during the regular season to try MORE creative lineups when the regulars get a little flat (which happens to EVERY team at points in the season). This particular combo really seemed to work!
    I have to say I love your attitude on this board. I truely wish more of our posters were like you. Upbeat, positive and talking about basketball.
    If you dont like the Jazz, then you can get the hell out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoelHodgeJr View Post
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    I have to say I love your attitude on this board. I truely wish more of our posters were like you. Upbeat, positive and talking about basketball.
    Thanks! I've been a Jerry Sloan fan since his playing days with the Bulls.
    For myself, I see no point in having any other attitude. I'm open-minded though; I enjoy everyone's comments, though some are less informative than others. Great board!!

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    This thread brought back some good laughs.
    Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PKM View Post
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    This thread brought back some good laughs.
    Go back to bed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orangello View Post
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    Go back to bed.
    back? I ain't gone yet, son.
    Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PKM View Post
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    back? I ain't gone yet, son.
    If that is the case shouldn't you be calling me pops instead of son?
    Cy is a Baker, he doesn't work fast food. Don't make that mistake, he doesn't like it.

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