Good luck to Sundiata! I am so happy that he landed with a regular NBA team and
didn't have to go back into the D league. Great attitude, good skills, seemingly
really nice fellow. I hated to see us lose him and I'll be following his NBA
Good luck Gaines, glad you found an NBA job. I know you were 0-4 from the field
and 1-2 from the free throw line. 11 minutes 1 pt. performance. A good Point
guard finds ways to get assists and get other players involved. Gaines can drive
the lane and create contact for himself to get to the line, but rarely finishes.
A good PG drives the lane and looks to dish and takes the shot if that is the
last option.Good luck Gaines, except when you play the Jazz!
Awesome news. Glad he found a home. Go get'em Yata!! Wish there was room for
him here, but he's better off getting minutes with the 'Wolves. That experience
is crucial and it's looking like he's already a main backup. Logging 11 minutes
on his first game with zero practice.
I am happy for Gaines. He is a class act and did well for the Jazz. Best of
luck to him.
Hope we do not get burned again as we did when we didn't sign Moe, several years
ago. We lost a great point. Appears we made the correct decision with Milsap,
but there is no way we could afford to do the same thing with Mathews. Be nice
to have him, though. He is doing OK with Portland. Did much better when he
played fot the Jazz, probably because he was a starter and had many more
minutes. I still think the Jazz players are only tapping a samll portion of
their ability. I see GREAT things ahead for the Utah Jazz! Another come from
behind win tonight - now 3 of 3 so far on the road, against some of the best of
the East. A win tomorrow night in Charlotte would be the icing on the cake, but
3 or 4 would be acceptable. I'm hoping for 4 for 4.
I am a big Earl Watson Fan, however, we did not need him. I said we had the
best 3 points collectively in the NBA
Good news. Good luck.
Still trying to decide why Jazz have Watson, not Sundiata?
This is good news. Glad he found a home. Good luck 'Diata.
Good Luck to a great young man who served the Jazz Well while he was here in
whatever role asked.