Comments about ‘Utah Jazz: Power forward Paul Millsap's play gaining notice’

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Published: Sunday, Jan. 29 2012 11:48 p.m. MST

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scalman
Temecula, CA

The key to the article is that Milsap has been improving as an all-around player throughout his pro career and, over the past couple of years, done so often as a starter, playing against the best power forwards. I think with Milsap, Favors, and Burks in the game at the same time, the Jazz would almost never be out-rebounded by another team. And then there is Kanter.

JFFR
Salt Lake City, UT

"And God wrought special miracles by the hands of Paul" -Acts 19:11

VeraLouise
Sandy, UT

I love Paul Millsap! I've wanted to adopt him ever since the first year he was here. He just does his work, behaves professionally, is committed to his teammates and coaches, everything a coach and owner would desire. I hope we keep him throughout his entire career.

Go Jazzboys tonight!! (I'm still regretful that we lost Wesley Matthews.)

BYUte06
Beverly Hills, CA

Great for Millsap, would love to see him at the All-Star game. Millsap is a prime example of what work ethic and hustle can do in addition to being skilled. LHM would be proud.

the REAL DEAL
Sandy, UT

Paul Millsap is the hardest worker the Jazz have had since Karl Malone..Louisiana Tech is doing something right.

Little Andy
Tremonton, UT

I have been on the Sap bandwagon since day one. And for those who said he is "too small", not athletic enough,should play the sixth man, etc, etc, shame on you and I hope you are enjoying your crow..

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