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Published: Monday, Feb. 1 2010 1:08 a.m. MST

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you said clearly..Jazz Stay here

Go Jazz & whistle of cheer
Congratulations ;p

Anonymous

All we need now is the Wicked Witch of West to ride in on her broom.

Let's all hope she doesn't sweep the Jazz!

Dont let those haters get to you

Go Jazz
your Fans luv ya!

PurplePeopleEater

So, Korver haters---what say you now?

He's living up to why they brought him here.

Just in time, as Memo seems to have lost his touch.

Houdini

We could trade C.J. for one of their ball boys and a hot dog vendor

re:Houdini

you said:

"We could trade C.J. for one of their ball boys and a hot dog vendor"

They would never go for that CJ trade. Afterall, ball boys and hot dog vendors serve a purpose.

More on Korver

Let's hope Korver gets more time on the floor so he can get on fire. It's interesting to note even when he's not shooting the inside opens up and points in the paint add up. Give us more Korver.

Re: PurplePeopleEater

There are Korver haters?! C'mon, the guy's practically a rock star.

Houdini

We could trade C.J. for Obama and Hillary.

We

stop using the word, WE.

Houdini, what have you done to make it as if you were part of the team and to use the word, WE?

GO NUGGETS!!!

May the Best team have Honor

Of great Sportmenship withought any punches..
Enjoy the Games of 2010

Houdini

I could trade C.J. for Obama and Hillary

re: Houdini

"I could trade C.J. for Obama and Hillary"

Wow.

Nobody wins in that trade.

Covey says try for win win.

Houdini you just invented lose lose.

Houdini

I am the team,what cha gonna do about it?

Houdini

you da man!!!

Re Hodini

Take it easy on the Java old timer you`ll blow a gasket,don`t always agree with you but you make it fun,keep it up!

Re:Houdini

I would not dare trade CJ for Hillary and Obama, or Bush. Think of what that any of those 3 would do to Luxary Tax and overspending! OUCH!

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