Brad Rock: Mailman says Enes Kanter and Derrick Favors have star potential
Although both are 14 All-Star games away from Malone, he said they have ability he didn’t at that age. Malone was 24 when he made his first All-Star appearance.
“I’m not going to lie. I’m going to say these guys have a skill set that is pretty awesome,” Malone said.
Yeah, but can they bag a wild boar with an arrow?
Coach Tyrone Corbin said he doesn’t like to put specific expectations on players. However, Malone has no such reservations.
“This is go time,” he said. “But I do feel these young men could carry the Utah Jazz franchise. Injuries and things can happen, but there’s no reason these kids can’t carry the franchise for years. I’m talking 10 years.”
No pressure. Really.
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