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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Qman, Nov 1, 2011.
Is there any highlights from yesterday's game ?
There was no defense displayed by anyone on the court. This was a glorified Utah All-Star game. We can't take anything defesively out of this game.
He was talking about Burks.
I hope you realize how unreliable highlights are, when trying to analyze a player. Again, wait until he joins the NBA before you come to judgements like these, we actually have no idea how good (or bad) he will be. The exact same things were said about Hayward before he came into the NBA
I did not see this game or any highlight of it. But wouldn't it be fair to characterize it as a show, not a game? As a result, I can't see that anything meaningful could be taken about any player's performance in it.
Good point. I was just upset with everyone saying Curry, Evans and Burks were by far the best on the floor. I still say Big Al is better than all of them (well...Curry might have passed him.)
There was no love for Big Al and I wanted to give it to him. He didn't have 30 points, but thats because he didn't take that many shots.
I gained a new respect for Chauncey Billups. Here is a guy that could be the biggest jerk. He accomplished more than anyone on the court with rings, finals MVP, and all-star appearances but he is playing in a charity game. During timeouts and halftime he was talking to Jimmer a lot and it looked like Ronnie P's daughter was wearing a Billips jersey.
Other thoughts: Big Al is huge. He made Kanter look small when they were standing by each other. His shoulders and arms are a lot bigger than Favors as well. Stephan Curry is awesome. After the game he signed his shoes and threw them in the crowd.
Can a few of you who watched please give me an accurate update on how much Al transformed his body? Use a 1 to 10 scale to rate his body last season and now this year, 10 being Dwight Howard, 1 being Dave Ballou.
I didn't see much change in his body. Sorry.
He looked leaner to me and overall more tone. The statements made earlier seem like bit of a hyperbole, but I think in person the changes are probably more distinct.
Can I order a number 1 with extra toppings please?
Personally, I hope Utah does NOT have a top-10 scorer. I'd rather see good balance. If we have 2 players around 18-20 pts, a couple at 14-17 and then two more in the 10-13 range, that totals about 90 pts. Then the reat of the bench chips in 20 or so on average. That would put Utah at 110 pts/per. Perfect average, keeps the main 7-8 guys happy and the team is hard to stop if everyone is a threat to score.
Dude, your forgetting about jeffery!!! i.e Hornicek
yeah i know i spelled his name wrong
Also Jeff Malone
If you want to go way back pistol Pete
You HAVE to have a top scorer. Balance is great, but in the playoffs, when you are down 2 points, you HAVE to have someone you can give the ball to on isolation that will get youpoints and/or a foul. We need Burks to pan out. We are good down low, we need a wing scorer that can get his at will.
I'm not allowed to rep you any more.
Calvin Cheaney? Was that his name?
For those that want to see Big Al- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLAmzBVNS_c
This video is dumb, but you can see Big Al in the background @ 28 seconds.