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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by BabyPeterzz, Jan 2, 2013.
Time to push the panic button?
If you look closely you can see little bits of hope falling from the sky.
The pieces are finally starting to come together for the youth movement to begin. Blow this **** up and let the future commence.
The Jazz FO starts pouring coolant into the tank.
Bill Oram @tribjazz
Jazz GM Dennis Lindsey declined to comment on Jazz's plans w/o Mo Williams until team knows more, which will be after surgery.
Wonder if this guy will ever make a move. Be interesting to see what he does.
This might not of happened if the manager police let him wear his stylin headband
Wondering if he is waiting for an all-star caliber guard to go down with a nasty injury to trade for and then tank a la GST.
Is there even any indication that he has much decision power in the Jazz organization?
worst case scenario.
when free agency comes, do they re-sign him or is he a liability?
obviously he will be back before the end of the season, so there will be time to evaluate, but the dude isn't getting any younger. will he be willing to come off the bench? he was sure happy to be starting when the season commenced.
I love Mo, but I think this is a great thing for the Jazz. It forces one of two things to happen. The Jazz panic and out of desperation finally move Sap or Al. Or, we ride this tank to the bottom of the damn ocean and pick us up a great draft pic next summer.
I want to see what this team can do when they're healthy.
A first round exit.
Best case scenario:
Mo being out makes us lose more and more; the FO finally gets with the program and trades Millsap/Foye/whatever random vets they can; this allows the The Four to get big minutes and develop, plus maybe lose a few more games for a better draft pick; get lucky in the lottery and draft Shabazz