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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Beantown, Jan 22, 2013.
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Sap, followed closely by Favors.
I left out Raja Bell, Tinsley, Foye, and Jeremy Evans and Murphy.
For me its Marvin Williams, I think because Locke talked like he would be an All-Star for the Jazz. He was the perfect fit, he was born to play the Jazz offense....etc etc.
So far he has been very blah.
I picked Mo, but Favors has to be high on that list also
Marvin. I really thought he would be one of our best players on this team. Holy **** was I wrong.
Marvin. I did not expect the moon from him but he has failed to really bring much of anything.
I am disappointed in the minutes given Kanter and Burks but not in them.
Marvin, I like Favors and some of the moves that he's showing, but he's got to pick it up next year or he'll be on this list too.
Marvin easily for me. I thought he would be one of our best players but he brought almost nothing. I wouldn't still give up on him though as he seems to be riddled with his injuries rather fitting in.
Surprisingly Marvin's stats are just barely off what his career stats are, plus he's playing 5 minutes less a game.
I guess HE IS WHO I THOUGHT HE WAS! IF YOU WANNA CROWN HIS ASS....
Marvin.... I hope it is just cuz of his knee issue!
I've had to go with Sap coz Marv was not someone I expected out of too much but then he turned out great, then he suddenly fell back to being below average. I don't know what's wrong with him but I hope he gathers himself up. He is a good player.
I agree somewhat but Millsap''s stats are just barely off what they were last year. I also figured Millsap's production would slow down as Kanter and Favors started to emerge.
Expectations were probably too high for Paul. At his previous rate of improvement he'd develop bulletproof skin and be flying by next year.
Well he is also 28 now. His peak was probably the last two seasons.
Wow I had no idea Gordon was shooting 42% until I looked it up today. That is not good... terrible in fact.
Let me see do I choose:
Marvin Williams and his chance to reinvent himself in a new town; or
Paul Milsap and his turning down the Jazz's maximum extension offer and then being too pedestrian too many times; or
Gordon Haywar the new face of the franchise and his 2.6 rebounds per game, or
Derrick, third year in the League and I still haven't figured out a post move because I spent my summer playing pick games with an 6-4 NBA never was, Favors.
I choose Favors, but it is close.
You mean the USA Olympic Select Team? Ok.
It's not that bad when you consider he's shooting 41% from 3 and 82% from the free throw line. Overall he's averaging 1.31 pts/shot which is not that bad, especially when you consider Kobe averages 1.32 pts/shot, although you would like to see that number come up a little. I think what it tells you is that Hayward is becoming a more featured offensive player. Even James "Mr. Efficiency" Harden saw a dip in his efficiency numbers this year when he became a more featured offensive player.