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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by yamers, Jul 14, 2014.
we got a total steal...he was projected to go 12..and somehow fell all the way to 23....wooooow.
It was one game.
Think most people, experts and Jazzfanz alike, were in agreement that Hood slipped too far.
he shows great promise.... he's money.
He played well the 1st game too, the deep balls just didn't fall.
I've said it here numerous times before and I'll say it again - Hood will have a better career than Hayward - book it.
Still don't think we should have matched.
Nope, only yamers. Just like ncjazz has been right about every Jazz first round pick of the modern era.
Before Lindsey is fired for not getting an extra 2nd rounder in the Novak trade, I want to thank him for drafting Gobert, Hood and Exum. And everyone please remember just WHY we had that #23 pick
Yeah. The deal to rent Jefferson, Biedrins and Rush is looking pretty good so far. Have to be encouraged by the fact that the first pick (which shouldn't have been worth much by virtue of where it ended up) was still good enough to get a guy that many projected for the lottery. Surprised he slipped so far. Glad the Jazz picked him. Looks like a great fit for Coach Q's offense and philosophy. Jazz answer to Danny Green. Deadly from downtown.
ya what a steal. he can definitely shoot 3. I love his overall game
You told us.
I told you that you would tell others that Hood was a steal @ 23. Y'all.
Already a better handle and a much better vision & passer, IMO.
Green has proven his shot in actual NBA games, and is likely a much MUCH better defender.
It's true though. Hood's been making good decisions on the court for the most part. He's got a pretty shot.
Yes, you have a point. Let's all remember what a fantastic season last summer's MVP had.
Stop it with your rationale and logic. Hood now has a track record that proves he will be a strong NBA player.
Hood's base of natural offensive talent and ability is much higher though.
Highlights. Dude was on fire tonight.