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Biggest player dissapointment this year.

Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Beantown, Jan 22, 2013.

Who takes the cake for dissapointing you?

  1. Mo Williams

    4 vote(s)
    5.0%
  2. DeMarre Carroll

    1 vote(s)
    1.3%
  3. Alec Burks

    3 vote(s)
    3.8%
  4. Derrick Favors

    8 vote(s)
    10.0%
  5. Paul Millsap

    15 vote(s)
    18.8%
  6. Gordon Hayward

    1 vote(s)
    1.3%
  7. Al Jefferson

    4 vote(s)
    5.0%
  8. Enes Kanter

    2 vote(s)
    2.5%
  9. Earl Watson

    5 vote(s)
    6.3%
  10. Marvin Williams

    37 vote(s)
    46.3%
  1. Beantown

    Beantown Well-Known Member

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    Vote and discuss.
     
  2. LjJazzman

    LjJazzman Well-Known Member

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    Sap, followed closely by Favors.
     
  3. Beantown

    Beantown Well-Known Member

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    I left out Raja Bell, Tinsley, Foye, and Jeremy Evans and Murphy.
     
  4. Beantown

    Beantown Well-Known Member

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    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.
     
  5. Hartsock

    Hartsock Banned

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    I picked Mo, but Favors has to be high on that list also
     
  6. pickledXgrandma

    pickledXgrandma Well-Known Member

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    Marvin. I really thought he would be one of our best players on this team. Holy **** was I wrong.
     
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  7. Stoked

    Stoked Modstapo Moderator

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    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.
     
  8. larryselbows

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    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.
     
  9. Hekate

    Hekate Well-Known Member

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    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.
     
  10. Beantown

    Beantown Well-Known Member

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    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....
     
  11. Zulu

    Zulu Well-Known Member

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    Marvin.... I hope it is just cuz of his knee issue!
     
  12. addictionary

    addictionary Well-Known Member

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    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.
     
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  13. Brown Notes

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    Millsap.
     
  14. Beantown

    Beantown Well-Known Member

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    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.
     
  15. Brown Notes

    Brown Notes Well-Known Member

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    Expectations were probably too high for Paul. At his previous rate of improvement he'd develop bulletproof skin and be flying by next year.
     
  16. Beantown

    Beantown Well-Known Member

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    Well he is also 28 now. His peak was probably the last two seasons.
     
  17. Sneakers

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    Wow I had no idea Gordon was shooting 42% until I looked it up today. That is not good... terrible in fact.
     
  18. mellow

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    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.
     
  19. BabyPeterzz

    BabyPeterzz Late Stage Rebuilder Contributor

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    You mean the USA Olympic Select Team? Ok.
     
  20. larryselbows

    larryselbows Banned

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    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.
     

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