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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Captain Lobster, Jun 29, 2011.
Brian T. Smith
Jazz have picked up C.J. Miles' option, according to the man himself.
It's definitely the right move. Let them battle for minutes on the court...it will sort itself out.
Good move. As it is right now we have a pretty deep bench
Good to know C.J. didn't "work" until he got paid. Awesome.
He still won't shoot better than 30% from 3 over the year, or much more than 40% from the field.
The right move. Hopefully he has some trade value.
The statement could also mean that he paused working out to tweet and was then continuing his workout.
let me predict his season:
2007–08 11.5 .479 .390
2008–09 22.5 .459 .352
2009–10 23.8 .429 .341
2010–11 25.2 .407 .322
2011–12 26.1 .389 .304
i hope miles doesn't influence burks in any way.
This was a no brainer.
CJ may be our only SF. Good move by Utah.
Stupid Cj fans
Is this Greg Miller slamming the door on AK?
wow!!! 390% three point shooting where the hell did that go. If he would just wake up he would be a nice player, to bad he is a mental head case.
I wonder if AK wanted more money then the Jazz were willing to pay, so they resigned Cj, because Ak does way more to help a team win games.
Well, I am sure we would love to trade Bell to make room, but good luck. The other thing is that if Burks can play some PG we could only carry two true PGs and then with AK able to play the 4 it would still give room for AK to get his playing time. Also cant exactly count on a rook.
Can't count on AK either.
For the record, I support the move. But he's an easy target and worthy of such I might add.
Not true. He is probably good for at least 40 games.
Why have AK play the 4 when you have Jefferson, Millsap, Favors and Kanter on your team?