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Published: Wednesday, Nov. 17 2010 11:53 p.m. MST

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toddfromsantaana
Santa Ana, CA

Hope CJ is Ok. Jazz played good defense, except the problem seems to be boards. Joisey, Brook Lopez and friends killed the Jazz with offensive boards, luckily the Nets could not shoot.

Raja good to see shooting pick up, DWIL was great offensively but the Net Guards hurt the Jazz equally. Jefferson seems to have problems with taller opponents and with his weight AJ should be more effective pushing his opponents out of the comfort zone. Another concern is the bench tonight only scoring 10 points. I see Fes maybe had a bad practice and back hopefully not in the doghouse.

Bottom line was good enough to beat the NEts, but we will need better to beat the Hot Spurs.

nothegame
Saratoga Springs, UT

The Jazz are hard to watch sometimes. They give up way to many offensive rebounds. They have to get a 2 guard that can shoot. I still can not understand why we can't get someone that can shoot.

John Wicks
Salt Lake City, UT

A ho-hum game but still a win. Very poor bench production. C.J. not an NBA player. D league at best. Trade him and try to get some value.

Jazz-Nation
Lehi, UT

The Jazz giving up offensive rebounds because the guards and wings are not taking the open shots from outside, instead they pump fake and dribble drive and that makes the defense close the lane and you dont give yourselves a chance when that is all you do and teams dont respect your perimeter shooting, and why should they? Raja and Miles are both shooting below 30% from the 3. We need a 3 point threat, or guys should shoot the ball, even if you miss it gives our big guys a chance because someone has to come out and guard you. TAKE THE OPEN JUMP SHOT!! When all you do is pump fake, dribble drive and dont finish, we dont have a chance!!!

Led Zeppelin II
Bountiful, UT

@nothegame. No joke! I have been steamed for all these years Kevin O Conner has been here for that very reason. He treats the shooting guard position like it is just an experiment position to the game of basketball. He tries to fill it up with projects and whatever does not make sense to anyone else but himself.

CJ Miles
Dallas, TX

John Wicks you are back in rare form. Who on the bench is better than CJ?

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