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Published: Tuesday, May 11 2010 12:00 a.m. MDT

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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???

Chuck Nunn

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!

Anti Democrat-Republican

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.


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.

Chuck Nunn

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.

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