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Published: Wednesday, June 2 2010 11:08 p.m. MDT

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Liberal Ted

Maybe there should be a seperation of church and sports. What kind of questioning was this guy doing? Clearly he had his own personal agenda. Boozer could of asked him about the oil slick, or hurricanes, or illegals that enter floridas coast. What about being in the bible belt? Aren't those people crazy?

Elcapitan

Funny, Funny, Funny, some of the great reading for the day. Rosemburg's tag could draw some hype elsewhere but hardly in Utah. Most of us in Utah are rather related to our Jewish brothers so we must defend Rosenburg....he just does not understand his relationship to us. HA HA. As for Carlos, maybe he does need a great defensive center to cut through the meat under the hoop. Never thought of that. Then he can really shine at what he does best, Basketball Ballet.

Rational

"It's not that bad."

What a ringing endorsement! Candidates must be lining up to have him behind them!

He could've said:

Low crime rate.

About half the national unemployment.

A high tech haven.

Ski, fish, golf, water ski, hike, opera, ballet, theater, Jazz game, college football, all within 45 minutes of downtown and an international airport, and ALL ON THE SAME DAY.

The only major city in America where you know what time you will arrive at your destination when you leave your home.

Your choice of world-class universities within 60 minutes of each other.

World class health care.

Best run state in America.

Cleanest city in America.

Basketballogy

Wow, there are a LOT of "glass is half EMPTY" Jazz fans.

Think about it.

Most of the Mormons Boozer would know are JAZZ FANS, people with an international reputation closer to blood-crazed gladiator patrons than Donny and Marie.

I bet Carlos really regrets leaving Cleveland for Utah, even for the money.

Utah fans are nasty, even to their own.

Had Carlos stayed with the Cavs, a front line of LeBron James, Carlos Boozer and Zydrunas Ilgauskas would be formidable, and Boozer and James could well have 2 rings already and be working on their third.

Richard G.

"Not bad at all" -- that's quite an endorsement, uh-huh.

Rational

Basketballogy | 1:25 p.m. June 3, 2010
Had Carlos stayed with the Cavs, a front line of LeBron James, Carlos Boozer and Zydrunas Ilgauskas would be formidable, and Boozer and James could well have 2 rings already and be working on their third.

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Reveals his priorities, wouldn't you say?

JFFR

Rational... would you let $68 million go?

JFFR

Rational... would you let $68 million go?

Sokol

I tend to agree with those who believe that Boozer needs a solid center down low, when Okur is missing his 3 point shot, he is basically worthless. Okur
did play well against Yao Ming, but then again Yao Ming is fragile and slow like Okur....Okur will not
be able to defend athletic studs. I think Okur should say adios....jump on one of those Turkish Flotillas and head for the Laker Blockade...

LKA

@ Monty Montana. Thank you for your comments. Also Montana does not take a back seat to any other for its beauty.

Letsgolakers

Sid Rosenberg is a complete loser. He was fired by Imus several years ago for being an idiot and flapping his gums to offend Imus' listeners - the pot calling the kettle black!

I live in Miami now and i'll tell you that there are more crazy people here than any place in the world. Miami is not gorgeous and its not a nice place to live not is it a nice place to raise kids. Can you imagine if someone said that Florida or NYC has so many crazy Jews that no one would want to live there?

PJ

UTAH: "Where the separation of church and state does not exist"

the Mailman

@ PJ

I must agree

JePaMac

i just sent sid a nice email. you should look up his email address and do the same thing.

badger52

I was offended by Mr. Rosenberg's comments. I live in China teaching English and I fight misconceptions and bigotry everyday. When anyone generalizes a group of people as crazy it hurts everyone. We need more tolerance and respect in this world and less hate and hurtful words. People in the media should realize that even if this was said tongue and cheek it will not be understood as such by everyone that hears those words. There should never be a time when making fun of someone or some group of people is OK. Please rethink your level of tolerance and respect.

badger52

I was offended by Mr. Rosenberg's comments. I live in China teaching English and I fight misconceptions and bigotry everyday. When anyone generalizes a group of people as crazy it hurts everyone. We need more tolerance and respect in this world and less hate and hurtful words. People in the media should realize that even if this was said tongue and cheek it will not be understood as such by everyone that hears those words. There should never be a time when making fun of someone or some group of people is OK. Please rethink your level of tolerance and respect.

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