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Published: Friday, March 11 2011 12:52 a.m. MST

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Vince
the boonies, mexico

Please be smart coach Corbin relating to some of your injured players. Milsap would be an example. If he has ligament damage in that knee, whats the sense of playing him "any" minutes and further damaging what he already has? This season quite frankly is history because even if you make the playoffs you are going to have a crippled up team and face a 1 or 2 seed which will more than likely be a sweep. Memo is another injured that should "not" play again this season, but continue to rehab during the off season and be ready to compete next fall. In other words there is no reason or sense to tear up anyones career over a very few games remaining this season! Be smart all of you.

JFFR
Salt Lake City, UT

@Vince

Ya, and maybe the fans should stop showing up to games too.

Jazz-Nation
Lehi, UT

Vince: We have been told that Milsap has a sore knee, not sprained, which would be ligament and not strained which would be muscle or tendon, just sore.
We need these guys healthy for sure to make a run. How great would it be if this team decided to fight through the pain and start winning?
Lets win tonight and go get a real huge win in Chicago, that would make my week! One game at a time, focus! Making the playoffs this year would be huge for the whole team and give that experience to the coaches and rookies too.
GO JAZZ!

Mr. Bojangles
Saint George, UT

I dont the Bulls crowd is gonna care that its the 20 year reunion of a championship... Just sayin..

JFFR
Salt Lake City, UT

P.S. One home playoff game equals $1 million dollars for the Jazz organization.

Jazz-Nation
Lehi, UT

Milsap out tonight and AK is a game time decision. Price, Memo are out. Evans has an injury too. Time for guys to step up!

Lets go Jazz!

Anonigma
Murray, UT

Fes, Miles, Evans, and Favors all need to step up today. Need good production from Fes the most especially on the rebounds.

Chicago's game is like 90% lost. They're elite. Who knows, though? Harris has a better chance keeping up with Rose than Deron did so that might help...

ohplease
springfield, il

The Jazz had a player who played through injuries and pain and still managed to get double doubles. Congratulations on your new baby, Deron.

gazelle
Murray, UT

Millsap has tendonitis which is an inflamed tendon. If you have ever had it you would know it can be extremly painful. Sharp shocking kind of pain. All you can do is ice it, take tons of Ibuprofen an rest it a bit. Not going to ruin his career though.

Nothing against Paul but I would like to see Favors and AJ play together. If Evans is hurt maybe Coach will go with Favors. He seems to be limiting his minutes for some reason. Maybe tonight will be his shot.

Go Jazz

JazzRule
Bountiful, UT

@ohplease

In every one of your posts you somehow find a way to throw the past in there. Time to move forward and stop being hung up on what might've/could've been and live in what is :)

amgolfer
San Francisco, CA

@Anonigma--are you watching the game tonight? No way Harris can guard Rose. It's not any better than DWill could do. No one and I mean NO one is staying in front of this guy. He is bullying/abusing Devin Harris. I have also seen DWill blow by Rose as well. You can be the quickest PG in the NBA and still get burned on Defense--it's hard to stay with someone that quick-this is where the help defense must be there.

This game is sick as the Bulls are just toying with us. We can't even complete a 2 on 1 fast break properly. Sad. At least Big Al showed up. As this is all going South, expect AJ to be the next to want out of Utah. Sorry Jazzers just a fact of life. I hope something changes and soon. Go Jazz.

fan29
Orem, UT

Love this Article headline: Short-handed Jazz could use another road win.
How about JUST A WIN!!!!!

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