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Published: Wednesday, Jan. 5 2011 6:18 p.m. MST

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klepsydra
Longmont, CO

He's averaged just over 1 game out per season played. Hopefully this is his only game out this year. Both Elson and Fesenko should get plenty of minutes today with Milsap and Okur injured. Hopefully Evans gets a few extra too.

Anonymous Infinity
American Fork, UT

I have a suggestion for Jazz players who like to play on the "floor" as in hit the "floor". Wear some padding under you shorts or longs, whatever you want to call them. They are lare enough with the current style. Basketball players of yesteryear used to wear them. Seriously....think about it.

With Millsap a serious MIA player as is Okur, I see a bit more playing time for Evans and Fesenko as well.

Hey Jazz players....how about coming out in the first quarter and show some passion, as in guarding people, playing up tempo and going inside and getting the opposing team's bigs in foul trouble. This is one thing that is missing this season. Quit squandering the home floor. The team should have another four or five victories.

The Rocker
Bountiful, UT

The classic Jazz player. What we remember loving most about Karl Malone and John Stockton.
This is one tough dude who I am certain plays hurt often. To miss the few games he has he must really be hurting.
Milsap has to be my favorite Jazz player since any of the players I grew up with in the 80's.
Milsap plays hard and a great person also.
As terrible as Kevin O'Conner is on draft picks I can easily give him 2 thumbs up on getting Milsap.

Wombat1247
Mount Beauty, VIC

With Atlanta not being that tall maybe Cj or Hayward at the 3 and AK @ the 4 to start

The Great Houdini
Rye, CO

I agree Paul must really be hurting,we`ll miss him a bunch tonite,get well big guy

toddfromsantaana
Santa Ana, CA

Sloan stinks by the way

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