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Published: Wednesday, May 2 2012 9:55 p.m. MDT

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ouisc
Farmington, UT

Wow. Tony Parker fakes doubling down. I've only seen him do that....let's see....yes, everytime the Spurs played the Jazz this year. Are we seriously this unprepared to play the Spurs?

Maybe Saturday night, the Jazz will try to walk the walk. None of us expect to defeat the Spurs in this series, and after watching the first two games, maybe none of us think the Jazz will win a single game in this series. But if we're going to talk like we're preparing for a more aggressive, physicial playoff game, let's walk the walk.

We're here to learn, but we haven't learned too much yet, other than we're young, inexperienced, and unprepared. And to think, we haven't seen the Spurs at their best yet. STEP IT UP, UTAH!!

coleman51
Orem, UT

I hesitated to make a comment on the Jazz loss, but it has become all too apparent what we really have facing us. The Spurs are already dusting off their brooms and likely will not have to play another game in San Antonio in this series. Not only is it likely the Jazz will get swept, but the loss of two lottery picks in the off-season will make this year particularly bitter. It should be all too apparent to the Jazz management that the older players will never bring us in a competitive position to play with the elite teams in the NBA. The only hope we have to be competitive in the future is to get rid of all the old contracts and draft younger athletic players that can learn to play with each other. Our future needs to be nurtured now, and to simply be content to barely make the playoffs will only foster a very weak and non-competitive team that will be left with a lot of bad contracts and no future.

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