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Published: Sunday, Oct. 31 2010 1:57 a.m. MDT

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Morgan Duel
Taylorsville, UT

My impressions of the current Jazz team:

1. Al Jefferson needs work;

2. CJ Miles will never be what was expected;

3. AK is not worth the money he gets;

4. Raja is not the Raja of Old; and

5. Paul is still playing like a backup forward.

Jazz again this year need an outside shooter. You can have a great shooting percentage if all you do is make layups but at 40% they are not making those either. What happened to the inside out game?

Some things never change.









liberal larry
salt lake City, utah

Everyone needs to chill out and remember that this is the best basketball in the world. You don't just throw together a bunch of good players and have them instantly play well, it's not that easy! See how things are 40 games into the season. If they aren't playing well them...........Panic!

jazz_man
Fajardo, PR

I liked this article, funny but at the same time offering some degree of hope, optimism. Basically telling us that when it comes to something as wildly unpredictable as professional sports, nothing is engraved in stone and that we all just need to take a chill pill and relax the problem will take care of itself.The sky isn't falling...yet

LKA
Tremonton, UT

Tuff game today. Jazz could be 0-3.But if they can be at least within four or five points, or lose at the buzzer they will have played a good game.. Jazz may even bust out and win this one.

Henry Drummond
San Jose, CA

Nothing get's people to panic better than saying:

*** "There's No Reason To Panic!" ***

If there's no reason to panic, why bring it up?

Obviously people ARE pushing the panic button. All kinds people. People like me. Telling me there's no reason to panic makes me feel someone is hiding something.

So what is it you're not telling us Randy?

yarrlydarb
Ogden, UT

It's no secret: the preseason means diddly. They're nothing more than televised practice. And that goes for all of pro sports.

Rodgers
Sandy, UT

The Heat beating the Magic by over 20 last night means that the Magic are hopeless and should give up the season. Dwight Howard should quit.

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