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Published: Monday, Nov. 8 2010 11:15 p.m. MST

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TAGZZ
SLC, Utah

Are you freaking kidding me... They did this last year with Sloan... Wait until about 3/4 of the way through the season then talk to him about coming back!! O'Connor does not have the right mind to be making this kind of decision so early in the season!!

Sloan needs to give it up and go ride a John Deere

Iowa Jazz Fan 2
Cedar Rapids, IA

To TAGZZ, Todd, and all the other Sloan haters:

We feel your pain.

Your only hope is to outlive Jerry.

Deal with it.

DEW Cougars
Sandy, UT

Who want to coach the Jazz? Maybe Jim Boylen going to take over when Sloan is done.

Sokol
Las Vegas, NM

I have yet to figure out if Sloan has just had bad luck in the playoffs or if he gets out coached. What does everyone else think? He obviously is at least steadily above average.

John Wicks
Salt Lake City, UT

Jerry is the greatest coach in NBA history and you can take that to the bank. Go Jazz. Look for them to destroy the Heat!!

TAGZZ
SLC, Utah

Wicks... I do not see that happening in the near future... Sorry to burst your little bubble!! The heat will absolutely destroy Utah tonight

HIJrod
Kaunakakai, Hi

The heat nearly absolutely destroyed the Jazz tonight but Paul Milsap wanted you tagzz to be eating a piece of humble pie! Are you also a Ute fan? lol News Flash needing no refreshing but I thought I'd reiterate your oopsie... Utah 116 Miami 114..... 46 point 4th quarter! or was it 42? I'm still just shocked at indiana's 54 point third quarter and one poorly considered shot shy of perfection for 12 full minutes. What year does the current contract go through? And one more beyond this? Whoopee! Who is holding up the contract through 2020? At only 68 Sloan has a long more to go before he can even consider retiring..... He should be at least as old as LaDell and Lavell!

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