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Published: Wednesday, Feb. 23 2011 11:58 a.m. MST

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Kakashi
Tokyo, Japan

How about the Jazz trade Paul Millsap for another lottery pick....think about it...they will have 2 lottery picks...if both of them landed on the top 5...we could get....Kyrie Irving and Perry Jones...or Kyrie Irving and Harrison Barnes or...Kyrie Irving and Jonas Valanciunas...plus we would get Ante Tomic next year...that would move Al Jeff to his natural position at PF...if we miss out on Kyrie Irving...there's Kemba Walker...which i think...would be a solid pick...though Kemba is only 6 feet...wonder if he could handle today's NBA guards

Fuzz
Springville, UT

Good 2 guards are hard to come by?
We had a good 2 guard and let him go to Portland.

One stupid move after another.

dknight68
Ogden, ut

I watched last nights game with no hope, nobody on the court could get his own shot, or even hit anything with any consistancy. The defense stunk but has for sometime so... With that said I can only hope that this trade has the same effect as the Dallas Cowboys when they traded Hershell Walker to Minnesota for a pile of unproven talent and draft picks to later go on to win 3 Super Bowls with the players and picks they recieved. Heres to hoping!!

BamaFan
Spanish Fork, UT

Re: Jim987

Need a center? If you look at NBA Centers over the last 25 games, Al Jefferson is in the top 10 in performance/production. You add Derick Favors (6'10 and 250) to that front line and Al's game just gets better. Both are long and offensively athletic. This helps the Jazz compete with some of the larger front lines in the West. It also gives depth to the bench depending on how Ty sets his rotation. So I have to respectfully disagree with your point.

byronbca
Salt Lake City, UT

I wonder if the Jazz would consider bringing in somebody like Karl Malone specifically to help Favors progress? Karl recently stated that he'd love to coach with the Jazz. Even if it turns out to be a train wreck, it would only be until the end of the season and at least Favors would see that the Jazz are serious about his progression.

They brought in Hornececk to teach AK how to shoot.

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