Utah Jazz notebook: No plans made for 2010 Rocky Mountain Revue


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  • Chuck Nunn
    May 11, 2010 1:12 p.m.

    You must be confused, because Summer League isn't the D-League. Any player can be invited and attend, otherwise KOC wouldn't have said that he hopes to see Fesenko there. You need to A) get a clue B) learn a little bit about how the NBA works and C) then respond to my posts.

  • Confused
    May 11, 2010 7:54 a.m.

    Most of the Review participants are rookies and they should not be worrying about having a good time while trying get a spot on a team......

    That is why the Review was so good for so long, because the teams new the players would focus on playing not gambling.

    Chuck Nunn
    I don't think Fess is eligiable to participate in the Summer league, besides he really needs to learn to A) catch a pass B) actually rebound C) block shots D) hit FT's E)play defense. Basically Fess needs to go back home and learn the game.

  • Anti Democrat-Republican
    May 11, 2010 6:36 a.m.

    Not even if we win the draft lottery? When KOC said "hopefully our draft pick will be there." was he hinting that they may trade him? don't do anything stupid.

  • Chuck Nunn
    May 11, 2010 3:44 a.m.

    Fesenko ought to go ahead and show up for summer league. The Jazz should make him a qualifying offer, he ought to be easy to match if another team bids. That kid finally got the minutes he's needed to play, and he played a man's game out there, pretty much everything he was asked to do. He's a real diamond in the rough, and I hope he'll be in a Jazz uniform next season and beyond. Matthews as well. And Sunny-D looked like he was ready to win a new contract in the last two minutes of Monday's game.

    Peace out from the Jazz Oracle!

  • Johnson72
    May 11, 2010 2:30 a.m.

    NBA leauges like this would rather be in Vegas where they can at least have a good time... How much fun could an NBA guy in the SL have as much fun in Vegas???