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Published: Sunday, Jan. 1 2012 10:35 p.m. MST

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Jazz Source
Alpine, UT

News flash Jody. The ESA is no longer considered intimidating because when you have 4 princesses named Harris, Jefferson, Bell, and Miles playing big minutes the ESA looks like the yellow brick road for visiting teams.

Miller and O'Connor have clearly made some bad decisions with this cast of veterans. They are all just lazy and awful and unfortunately we all have to watch it if we are interested in following our home town team.

Game after game we hear Corbin get on them for plain and simple effort. What does that say about these players? What does that say about the coach who can't motivate his players to play hard? This is the beginning of the season after a short camp...these players should be energized and excited to play.

Take your pick of who is responsible because its either the players or coach and call them out with some real reporting.

The Jazz better do some serious winning in January or we will be picking #1 in the draft. Guaranteed.

shaybo
Richfield, UT

Add Howard to your list.

Hayward
CENTERVILLE, UT

At this point I am rooting for the jazz to loose. Get that #1 pick in the draft, which will be a talented draft with all the players who stayed in college last year.

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