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Published: Friday, March 16 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Tokyo, Japan

what i don't understand...is you get guys from lottery picks...and you give them less than 20 minutes to play...weird...talk about development...its a good thing that the game with the wolves...burks hayward and favors saw plenty of minutes...i think just aiming for the playoffs is nice...but having the desire to win a title is better...i hope the GM does not build a playoff team...but a championship caliber team...

Richfield, UT

It's easy for KOC to say that since he will never let the fans in on what really went on but you can't tell me there is not a player out there who could help the Jazz and would have been available had KOC inquired and made a decent offer. He missed a golden opportunity to trade Milsap, a very good player with a great contract who without a doubt attracted a lot of interest on the market.

KOC is going to look like an idiot when Milsap goes elsewhere at the end of his contract next year and the Jazz end up with nothing out of him. Milsap is not stupid and has to be able to see the writing on the wall with Favors breathing down his neck. There is no way he will re-sign with the Jazz to be a bench warmer.

B Russ
Ephraim, UT

Kevin O'Conner stated in an interview after the passing of the trade deadline: "So I'm comfortable where we are at, but you guys are never happy".

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