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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Zombie, Jun 24, 2019.
He cried when talking about his Mom and her feelings. Completely different emotion.
And even though if he cried for not getting appreciated for what he achieved in his profession, this is just a humane behavior.
Embiid mocked and then profile-pic’ed his tears.
Conflating two issues, Conley's termination rights and the Grizz termination rights:
Conley has unconditional early termination rights.
Separately, the Grizz could have terminated if he did not plays 55 games in 2018-19 or 2019-20 [Triggered now fully guaranteed, 2/9/19]
Moreover, even if he is a *****, I'd rather be a ***** then a bully *******.
***** was "kitty cat"
And ******* was "sphincter through which solid waste exits the body"
I might get my hand slapped for that one.
No. As far as I've been able to tell, the conditions you're referring to were only about guaranteeing what salary he will make in 2020-2021 on his current contract. In addition to the ETO, he also has a player option (or something essentially the same as that) which allows him to decide whether he wants to maintain that contract for 2020-2021. So the Jazz are only guaranteed to have him for one year.
Unless I overlooked someone, A. Sherrod Blakeley is the only person to not put Rudy at least in his top 3.
Oops, I overlooked a couple of people. Nevermind.
Only just noticed that Korver was third in teammate of the year voting. Good for him!
Congrats Rudy, you made us all proud. Great things are on the horizon for all of us here in Utah. Thank you
U dumb af
With Conley in the mix that is realistic IMO. I could see him breaking his own dunk record again. With extra outside threats the roll game will become devastating.
You'd rather be a 5-star than a 7-star?
Mostly because he's awesome mostly
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That's a .22 blood alcohol take. Wonder if PJ cried after his mugshots. . .
Tucker can talk smack when he finally scores double figures for a season.
Perhaps it would help you to watch full games and base your opinions on facts rather than "it seemed to me" opinions0 based on "highlight videos." Over the past three seasons, Rudy has had a greater impact on the defensive side of the court than any player in the game -- based on DRtg/Opp FG% at the Rim/greatest reduction in opponent Team eFG% and TS%, and reduction in "smart shots" for the opposing team versus any other player in the league. Causing negative variances for your opponent at the defensive end has exactly the same impact in terms of wins as causing positive variances for your own team at the offensive end. So, while players like Durant, Curry, and Harden get all the accolades, Rudy has impacted the Jazz's ability to win as much or more than those players have affected their teams' ability to win.
Should be the 4th year in a row