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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by zyzz, Jul 5, 2015.
i hope he gets some good minutes with the Mavs.
Best of luck to Jeremy. He always produced for us when he was in. Did his role great.
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Hope Jeremy breaks out with a three point shot or finds some other way to break out in Dallas. Always thought his talents were wasting away here.
Wish nothing but the best for Jeremy. A second rounder who overachieved on and off the court. Doesn't fit into Quin's system and is really a tweeter. But I'm glad to see his career is continuing on. And yes, he deserves loud applause if/when he comes into the game.
Good luck, he was a great guy here.
He is the new Carlisle's Aminu
Thanks for the memories Jeremy!
One of my favorite jazz men of all time. He was always great with my kid when we met him. He will be missed. Best of luck Jeremy
Good for him. Wish he would have went to an Eastern Conference team or a team I like more than the Mavs, but more power to him. I wish him luck, and hope he get some gig back here when he retires.
Just wanted to also say thank you to jeremy. Ive been watching the jazz a long time. The preseason play jeremy last year or the year before where he came out of nowhere to block a shot i swear was 13 or 14 feet high then sprinted down and dunked over someone is one of the best plays i have ever seen. If during the regular season it would have been a top 10 play of the year. You will be missed!
On top of that, he's the first one back after the dunk to tip the ball.
Good for him. His body language this past season made me think he was a little bummed because he was not getting playing time. Hopefully he's successful in Dallas.
I'm surprised he'll be in the NBA next year. One guy with one ability that's never developed any skills at 27. I'm glad we are moving on from him. I'm so excited for this year to start.
Lol at Ronny Turiaf, I mean really. That play will haunt him even in his afterlife.
I can never watch this s*** just once.
Holy jesus that play is awesome
You're a real *******. Jerk.
Jeremy is a great 10 minute a night player. He hustles his *** off. His athleticism bothers players on the court. He was showing 2 seasons ago the ability to hit the mid range jump shot. Didnt really get a chance this season though. I hope he gets some minutes. Maybe he can work with Dirks shooting coach this off season and start hitting corner threes.
To people saying he is not an NBA player: Clearly you are wrong based on the multiple contracts he has gotten. He is an NBA player. Maybe not a starter but he belongs in this league.
Wish him nothing but the best from here on out. It is well known that he was lacking as far as refined skills go, but I still feel strongly that he is more than capable of filling that 10(ish) mins per night role of spark plug off of the bench. His hustle, energy, relentlessness, & athleticism alone warrant a spot on a roster. Here's hoping that he receives the opportunity in Dalas that he was unable to receive here in Utah. Regardless of how it plays out, I will be rooting for him so long as it isn't at the expense of the Jazz. Good luck Jeremy, I will miss your occasional highlight reel play.