The Jazzmen we miss the most

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  1. Jazzman12

    Jazzman12 Well-Known Member

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    All I can speak to is the conversation we had. That being said, I don’t remember the Bulls getting Marshall for cheaper than what the Jazz were offering. I’ll have to look into that.

    What I do remember however, is that Marshall’s contract year also coincided with the offseason in which KOC and the Jazz were not so secretly eager to move on from Stockton and Malone and start the rebuild.

    If the Jazz did offer Marshall more than Chicago, it could have also been the fact that Donnie didn’t like the looks of a rebuilding team minus Stockton and Malone. I also don’t remember KOC and Co thinking Marshall was a pivotal piece moving forward in the Post Statue era.
     
  2. Jazzta

    Jazzta Guest

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    Is that where all the cool cats hang out? Might have to check it out.
     
  3. Joncolton

    Joncolton Well-Known Member

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    The only guy I really truly miss is Kirilenko. Call me crazy but I think if we had him the championship would be a lock this post season. His shot blocking combined w Goberts would be every NBA teams nightmare. His steals would be at statistical league records - AK never had a shot blocker like Gobert to watch his back. Also w AKs passing I think Gobert could be averaging at minimum 6 more ppg, as Andrei threw perfect lobs and was so gifted at passing to the post.

    If there’s a potential AK in an upcoming draft I hope the Jazz can steal him.
     
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  4. UB

    UB 100% certified ****boii Contributor

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    It’s cool, alright. Bring your bedazzled jeans and cowboy hat...and bong
     
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  5. Wes Mantooth

    Wes Mantooth Well-Known Member

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    Lmfao. You can’t make this **** up.
     
  6. infection

    infection Well-Known Member Staff Member 2019 Award Winner 2018 Award Winner

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    Why was he hanging out there in the off-season? I’m still mad we didn’t trade him for a second rounder at the deadline. I guess you got your bong story out of it, though.
     
  7. UB

    UB 100% certified ****boii Contributor

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    This was just me riffin on what might have been. Believable though, huh?
     
  8. The Fresh Prince

    The Fresh Prince Well-Known Member

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    Marshall leaving killed me. Him and Starks were easily my favorite Jazzmen not named John and Karl. Damn I miss being a kid sometimes!
     
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  9. infection

    infection Well-Known Member Staff Member 2019 Award Winner 2018 Award Winner

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    I was really excited about the Starks signing... because I envisioned 90s Starks. When we signed him and Manning I was thinking, “Damn, we just signed two all stars!” and it took a bit of the sting out of losing Hornacek. But it didn’t work out too well. In fact, for like the next three years we kept hearing those rumors about Jeff not submitting his retirement papers “because he may come out of retirement for the playoffs!”
     
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    infection Well-Known Member Staff Member 2019 Award Winner 2018 Award Winner

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    Also I was totally bummed about losing Eisley but then Marshall ended up awesome. It is interesting, though, that we must have been conditioned to how little production we got out of anyone else that I remember guys like Marshall being so good but the numbers, while good, are nothing like I remember the impact feeling.
     
  11. r_u_s_t_b_u_c_k_e_t

    r_u_s_t_b_u_c_k_e_t Well-Known Member Contributor

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    Everyone's numbers were low back then. Marshall was good for the Jazz. He had the 28th best PER in the league in 2001. Karl was 4th and John was 15th.
     

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