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craig2112

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Ok, with all of this complaining about the Jazz losing players and that the Jazz might suck next year, I have to put this idea out.

Would this have made anyone happy:

Jazz sign Boozer for 80 mil over 5 years
Jazz sign Korver for 15 over 3
Jazz get Wes for 7 mil a year

Jazz are obviously way past the LT and will still be over the cap next year when AK's contract expires.

Anyone feeling good about this?
 


afrojazz

New Member
Ok, with all of this complaining about the Jazz losing players and that the Jazz might suck next year, I have to put this idea out.

Would this have made anyone happy:

Jazz sign Boozer for 80 mil over 5 years
Jazz sign Korver for 15 over 3
Jazz get Wes for 7 mil a year

Jazz are obviously way past the LT and will still be over the cap next year when AK's contract expires.

Anyone feeling good about this?

No. Those are all bad deals. Collectively, it is just horrid. Our roster last season was barely second round team (we hit a Denver team that was falling apart) and nothing more. You don't lock up mediocrity for the next 3-5 years.
 
Ok, with all of this complaining about the Jazz losing players and that the Jazz might suck next year, I have to put this idea out.

Would this have made anyone happy:

Jazz sign Boozer for 80 mil over 5 years
Jazz sign Korver for 15 over 3
Jazz get Wes for 7 mil a year

Jazz are obviously way past the LT and will still be over the cap next year when AK's contract expires.

Anyone feeling good about this?
I am very, very happy that Boozer will be robbing someone else blind for the next six years by missing a third of his games because of phony injuries, resting up on defense, and always being about himself and never the team. Very happy.
 

gregbroncs

Well-Known Member
I am happy with all of these deals. I am actually quite pleased with most of the deals that have been made over the last few years. It's not trading Boozer sooner I did not like. But ehh...I'm good.

Until Brewer is resigned then I'm going to go ballistic. :)
 

Borat

Well-Known Member
Ok, with all of this complaining about the Jazz losing players and that the Jazz might suck next year, I have to put this idea out.

Would this have made anyone happy:

Jazz sign Boozer for 80 mil over 5 years
Jazz sign Korver for 15 over 3
Jazz get Wes for 7 mil a year

Jazz are obviously way past the LT and will still be over the cap next year when AK's contract expires.

Anyone feeling good about this?

Out of these 3 guys, the one that I thought we should have kept is Boozer. Every championship caliber team needs about 3 star caliber players in it. Maybe we can get by with 2, if they have some of the best players in NBA history on their roster, like Michael Jordan. For our team, 2 guys were Deron and Booz. And we just lost one of these guys for nothing. And the thing is, there was quite a bit of interest in Booz. Both Nets and Bulls offered him same contract. And Nets were bummed out that he didn't sign with them. Shocked even. And Booz actually came to us, according to Siler, and let us match the offer and keep him. And if Jazz think Millsap can fill his shoes and become a star, maybe trade him to the Nets in December for a lottery pick or explore trade market to get a great player back for him or Millsap. Obviously Nets would be interested, since they offered him such a huge deal and were bummed he did not accept. Whatever the case may be, bottom line is, we just lost one of our 2 stars for nothing, when given a chance to keep him. That hurts, Craig, no matter how you slice it.
 

Get Down

Active Member
brewer UGHhhh GTFO. right. 8th guy on the bench, $2 mil year player makes/breaks a championship, look at the lakers.? hello? no thx to brewer, that experiment fLOPPED already. double jeopardy lol
 


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