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Published: Saturday, Jan. 21 2012 9:25 p.m. MST

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zabivka
Orem, UT

Great win! The Jazz need to take advantage of the nice early schedule, playing tired teams at home.

Americanvet
Ivins, UT

Millsap should be on the all star team this year but he probably doesn't get enough publicity playing for the Jazz. Hayward and Burks both played sloppy in this game in my opinion and need to get under control. This Minnesota team looks like they will be good this year. They had 2 players out tonight that are both good and when healthy this team is not going to be a push over like years past. It was a good win for the Jazz because they beat an up and coming team but it certainly wasn't their best effort this year in my opinion. If Hayward could ever get back to the form he showed late last year it will be a big boost. Good to see CJ playing better and I hope he can stay steady. Keep up the good work Jazz and I think with more experience they will reduce some of the sloppy play.

By the way Mr. Trailblazer fan, did you notice that if the playoffs started today the Blazers would be done, and probably trying to find a good fishin hole somewhere:)

JBQ
Saint Louis, MO

Watson might think about wearing a mouthpiece if he almost lost a tooth. "Sap" continues to impress. Just think if they had someone like Rubio.

Hugh G. Hater
Swat Lake City, UT

Harris is nothing but a handicap to this team.
This team is winning because of AJ, Milsap, Watson and the bench.

scalman
Temecula, CA

Barring a younger guy, the upcoming draft has only 2 possible first rounders who are point guards, and one is a combo guard. The true point guard is a great passer from North Carolina who can't shoot but maybe could learn eventually to hit wide open shots, as Jason Kidd and Dennis Johnson eventually did. I like the Jazz trying Burks at point and also snagging free agent Goran Dragic.

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