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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by UB, Sep 2, 2016.
I see, our golden era of PGs. You may want to add Jamal Tinsley into that list.
The Jazzmen I miss the most right now are the current Jazzmen because there's no game until Friday.
I miss Tinsley - perfect combo of Rucker Park and old school ball. And as Brooklyn guy I'm also proud he got his life together and was a positive force in Utah - he was a troubled kid.
I'm probably in the minority but I miss George Hill - I don't know what the net difference would have been with him instead of Rubio at PG or DM's development; but in a vacuum I liked his game, I liked his stoic demeanor on the court.
And I loved his ability to hit open shots!!!!
He ended up signing with Chicago for a lot less money than what the Jazz offered him.
Joe Ingles dad?
The first and last name on this list should be Paul Millsap.
1. Paul Grant.
2. Elijah Millsap.
I remember him looking so much older. I guess that's what 17 years of aging will do to you.
I assume you said this case yesterday was his birthday?
For the record I do miss him.
I said it because he was a bum.
Three guys who could have been on the Mount Rushmore of Jazz basketball... AK, Hayward, and DWill. Only DWill can be on it of those guys. **** the other two.
Had no idea Prince, the Irish cop from The Departed who was deep undercover, and Charlie Hunnan were Jazz men.
I did bong rips with Josh Howard at Club 90 on a Tuesday afternoon during the off-season.