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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 27 2010 11:48 p.m. MDT

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Motappin
Sandy, UT

It was a bad loss but it's one game. Once they play one tonight at home they should start to click. It stinks that they lost but that's why we have an 82 game season. This is still gonna be a great year.

Morgan Duel
Taylorsville, UT

Looked to me like they went to Denver and forgot the team. No excitement, poor effort, didn't know what to expect. Karl took the Jazz out of the Game and it ended up making the great J. Sloan and D-Will look really bad.

toddfromsantaana
Santa Ana, CA

CJ Miles: Hee hee thanks. Seriously, I want to hear from your friend Houdini. His opinion matters a lot to this comrade.

I am not going to ramble about Sloan, only when warranted. He does good things I note it. The man was not 1 ounce of fault for last night, that loss was on the players. Lets get Phoenix!!!!

Captain L
Provo, UT

RE Todd: Good job. Hope your doing well.

Vince
the boonies, mexico

Forget that one jazz & fans. Good luck tonight, though I won't be watching. I am so sick and tired of the media dictating my life that when they start the 1st game of their telecasts at 8pm est which is 6pm here then that game runs over the start time of the 2nd game and it is 8:50pm our time, I won't be entertained at the 10 to 11:30pm time of night by "any" basketball game, there's work to do early tommorrow morning and I don't short my late evening watching TV. Hope the result is different though.

Jazz Source
Alpine, UT

Deron needs to take a long look in the mirror after that PATHETIC performance against the Nuggets.

He walks the ball up the floor we lose. We are simply not good enough chemistry-wise to execute well enough in the half court.

Once again, he walks it up we lose.

He did it again tonight against the Suns and it cost us yet another game.

He is not really demonstrating much leadership--waving his hands at Hayward when Hayward is having a better game than Deron. At least Hayward was hustling and running. Deron was walking the ball up the floor when he got ticked off at Hayward.

Deron asked for the responsibility--he is the lone captain and so far he has led his team to two abysmal losses and shown ZERO leadership or intensity in either game.

By the way, we will never win anything with that runt Millsap on the floor. He gets some flashy blocks (always help defense NEVER his own man) and makes some good plays but the opposition scores over him whenever they want because he is too short and we are too small with him in the floor.

Hurry back Okur!

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