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Published: Saturday, Nov. 13 2010 12:00 a.m. MST

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Kaysville, UT

"That's the only way you have a chance. If you get in an ice-pick fight out in the parking lot then you've got to try to solve that problem."

"That'll get you a toothpick and a glass of water when you're hungry," Sloan said. "Nobody cares about that."

Wow, two classic Jerry Sloanisms in one article. He's obviously at the top of his game in more ways than one.

Cottonwood Heights, UT

I've never given up on Sloan and I'll be happy to see him stay with the Jazz as long as he can!

Orem, UT

Great article. I'm enjoying McHale a great deal on NBA TV and his other analyst gigs.

Barkley, as usual, is wrong.

Jefferson's knee was half the reason McHale lost his job with Minnesota.

The other half was Danny Ainge.

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