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Published: Monday, Nov. 8 2010 11:00 p.m. MST

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Layton, UT

I am sure hoping that our transition defense has improved enough to handle the Heat. I know that the Jazz are working on defense but I am worried about the offensive game. I just do not understand why Jerry won't let Fes play more. We really need his rebounding and toughness. I also hope that CJ and Al can pass the ball when there shot is not there. I keep seeing them get a hold of the ball and think they can take on the whole team.

Tremonton, UT

With CJ's attitude his is about as usefull as a dead skunk.. Sap and D-Will have the right attitude. Go in and play your best game..

The B.I.V.
Centerville, UT

D-Will vs. Lebron, Wade and Chris Bosh...this is gonna be a tough game...

The Great Houdini
Rye, CO

Todd,Capt L,sent you a response about negative/realistic.Des News would`nt post it I think I`m done here,they`ve ruined the back and forth dicussions.If you find another site where we can talk Jazz,post it,see y`all

Lehi, UT

ESPN lets you blog and discuss Jazz issues. I dont like trib or DN formats changes either.

Salt Lake City, UT

Let's go Heat!!!

the Mailman
Melbourne, Victoria

This game is over half way through the first quarter, and the look of resignation on D-Will's face is telling. Pretty sad when a team starts going through the motions this early.

Same old same old under on the road under Jerry Sloan. Nowhere near good enough.

the Mailman
Melbourne, Victoria

Oh my goodness!!

I am happily eating my words. They need a little sauce bu that was an awesome game and i'm the first to say i read this game wrong.

What a classic! I'm just glad i got the chance to watch it all. The most enjoyable game since the finals of 97 and 98.

Federal Way, WA

People want to watch to see the Heat get beat but I would like to see people boycott ESPN and not watch anytime the Heat play. That says more than to give them the attention they crave.

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