hey "rockmonster", you forgot to add that he doesn't respect the
He will help the young guns. I have been very impressed with him on and off the
court. Go Jazz. I don't know why but i dislike the Spurs.Because they are a
Tall ball is what has been working. The big three, Favors, Milsap and Jefferson.
Taking away from their minutes is like shooting yourself in the foot. Howard is
coming off an injury and should be used only in doses. If he gets hot great,
then I'm sure we'll go with it.
Rock you are a dreamer!! Josh Howard nor anyone else on the Jazz will be a
difference with the Spurs. Jazz will be done in 4 games!!! Don't deserve to
be in the playoffs!!
Tall ball only works in stretches. We can't do it the whole game, and
knowing Popovich, we will have to change things up quite a bit. I am excited to
see what some of our veterans can do during this series. If Howard wants to be
effective, he needs to avoid the CJ Miles syndrome of jacking up outside shots
like he was doing in the first quarter of the Suns game. I don't have any
delusions of winning this series, but you never know. A few years ago, we were
all fully expecting to be rocked by the Nuggets, and they barely gave us a
series. An injury to Tony Parker would kill the Spurs in my opinion. Playoffs
are just exciting either way. I am proud of my team for overcoming a lot this
year.Not sure why "Fan29" calls himself a fan at all. Go
root for the Lakers if you are going to be a deadbeat.
The Jazz have chemistry and the now fragile Howard's still getting his legs
under him. I'd bring him off the bench for at least a few more games for
his conditioning, shooting eye and to mesh with the units, and give him 4th
quarter time if he's getting it done - but limit him to 20-25 minutes. Even if the Spurs win the first two. Also as noted before
me, he's most effective as a slasher and generally disruptive force on both
ends of the court AND during the transition game - not when jacking up long
J's, and that takes more knee strength.... ...another reason to work him
in rather than toss him in.