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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by default, May 18, 2012.
Adam Keefe "the rebound thief" was not the worst Jazz player ever. I remember him one time in iso with Dominique Wilkins; he blew by Wilkins and threw down a two handed-flush (I'm actually serious). This is another example of what he could do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qe45K1_SLg0.
I actually think Blake Ahearn is one of the worst players I've ever seen on the Jazz, period. I don't like to put people down, and I'm sure he could destroy me in a game of hoops, but there you have it.
I agree with Luther Wright as the worst Jazz player all time hands down.
Marcus 'Kooh-Zan' Cousin
There needs to be a minimum amount of at least a year before they come eligible for this list.
Greg ostertag how can you be that clumsy and we had him twice
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Are you crazy, guys?
Keefe, Giricek? Vaughn?
Palacio? He isnt good, but he made some clutch shots in 2006, i think.
I liked the defense of Michael Ruffin. But he was terrible. Borchardt. Handlogten. Randy Livingston.
John Amaechi is the worst.
I hated also McLeod. Fesenko.
If Fesenko was ever sober he might have been decent on the court, but he was the goofiest cheerleader I've ever seen. The only people I recognize from the list of people is Ostertag, Palacio, Almond, and Giricek.
Hands down Fes was the biggest waste of space in jazz history. If he had any work ethic what so ever he would've been pretty good. Think of this... Compare him to Tag, Tag was clumsy, slow, bad hands, inconsistent, where as Fes for a big bruiser that was quick athletic, and had tons of potential, but as lazy as Tag was Fes was 10 times worse. Tag was a better foul shooter, rebounder, shot blocker, and better passer, and better in clutch moments. With Fes physical attributes he should've been much better!
Fes is hands down the biggest waste of talent in the history of the Jazz.
Luther Wright unfortunately.
It should be total time rather than a period of time since it shouldn't matter if they were on the bench for a complete year but played ten minutes unless you make the stipulation that they were signed to a year contract.
Michael Ruffin. Would definitely be on my list. That guy could not make a layup from 2 inches let alone 2 feet.
I think Morris Almond is the most recent guy who was completely terrible.
Nope, you got duped. vslice cherry-picked one year. I said that keefe cost us a ring, not rings. In 97-98 keefe started 75 games when he should not have even been in the NBA. He took minutes from guys who could have gotten us over the hump. 10 more minutes per game for a guy like Chris Morris might have made the difference in the 3 close games that year against the bulls.
Keefe did not play as much in the playoffs because it became obvious that he was in way over his head. I remember him getting absolutely embarrassed by an about-to-retire Clyde Drexler. Worst jazz player of all time.
Al when he's on the court with Tim.
Don't forget Kevin garnett
Super easy - this guy:
He was horrible. I mean, crazy horrible. It seemed like a gag Sloan was pulling, or like he had won some weird "Play in an NBA Game" contest. It was that bizarre.
Adam Keefe was a Nick Collison type of player. Tough.
Not the worst player on the court, but the player who hurt the franchise the most was Kirilenko, obvi.