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Published: Saturday, Feb. 12 2011 6:00 p.m. MST

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Burley, ID

As always ... Korver's a classy guy. He knows how to handle the media and comes off as genuine.

The Great Houdini
Rye, CO

We had a good team last year with Korver,Matthews and Brewer at the 2/3 spot,now we have Raja and miles...yikes!

Salt Lake City, UT

Sorry we lost Korver, I alway enjoyed watching him play. Sorry we've lost the Jazz, somewhere along the way they seem to have fallen off the path. Hope they find their way back before the end of the season.

Clearfield, UT

Korver was a great shooter when he was on. Streaky, yes but always fun to watch. He has it right on Sloan, he was consistent in his manner and habits. Too bad those habits and plan never got him a championship which should say something. Like we need to change things up and I'm sure Sloan was totally against any changes. He always wanted to run the same plays even with players that didn't want to play that way. You need to adjust to the player skills that are available not try to make everyone into another Karl and John. Now we get to try something new, for better or worse and I wish Kyle was a part of it. Go Jazz!

Idaho Falls, ID

Missing you Kyle more every time I see CJ huck up an off balance fade-away three.

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