Published: Thursday, Nov. 17 2011 12:00 a.m. MST
What do you mean, if fans become indifferent. I and lots of my friends are
already there (and were well before the lockout). Maybe it's my age, or maybe
it's the realization I came to decades ago that the Jazz will never win the
title. Whatever the reason, even though I still like the game I stopped really
caring years ago and my life has lost no interest or fulfillment.
Be this a lesson to the fans --- This is what, and how the filthy
rich 1% really feel for you.They play for GOLD, not for you.
Anyone seeing a surge in college basketball popularity? Those boys play for
everything, they play for their future. Sounds like a better game already.
As a retired teacher, I'll never spend a penny on anything associated with
professional sports of any kind.It sickens me to watch someone being
paid to play one game than any teacher, firefighter, cop, nurse, or countless
other Americans whose efforts provide good things for others can possibly earn
in a full year.
I ditched the NBA back when Spreewell tried to stangle his coach and then went
on the play with another team. I can't support thugs - rich or otherwise.
I will support the Jazz no matter what. The Utah Jazz are bigger than the
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