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Published: Wednesday, May 2 2012 9:59 p.m. MDT

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Uncle Rico
Sandy, UT

I was so humiliated watching this game, I got up and closed the drapes so my neighbors couldn't see me watching my jazz get HAMZmERED! next series game, I will be sitting in my couch with a paper bag over my head.

chiefbrady
Draper, UT

The upshot tonight was watching Alec Burks. That kid hustles every chance he gets. If I were the coach, I'd find more time in this series for Burks, Favors, Hayward and Millsap.

bano
SANDY, UT

In the first half Jazz were plus 7 with Favors on the court and minus 32 with Favors on the bench. Get a clue Corbin. Play Favors

fortydam
OREM, UT

Was it worth two first round draft picks?

milner
Centerfield Sanpete, UT

Doesn`t appear Jazz are tough enough or good enough to beat the Spurs!

JBQ
Saint Louis, MO

It appears that Favors is a key to the future and it does no good to sit him on the bench.

LindonMan
Lindon, UT

Put Favors on the floor!!! Now we all see the reason Coach Corbin wasn't even being talked about for COY....this is sickening.

gdog3finally
West Jordan, Utah

Lottery picks? Forget about it. The Jazz are getting great playoff experience instead. When all is said and done, our team will have a whole four games of blowout losses (sweep) to benefit from. Yipee.

ouisc
Farmington, UT

After getting beat rather soundly in Game 1, the Jazz came home, and were saying all the right things. We need to work harder, we need to contain Tony Parker, etc., etc.

But it turned out this team only talked the talk. Heads were low, the Spurs never broke sweat, Tony Parker still went wherever he wanted to go. The Spurs only shot 10 free throws in the game. All the talk about playing more aggresive, more physicial, is simply a reminder how the Jazz had a classic FAIL in adjusting from Game 1 to Game 2.

The Spurs are a great team. Is there any fight left in our Utah Jazz?

RonKearns
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO

Again, the first round of NBA playoffs proves to be totally worthless. (The Rose injury is an anomaly.) Is there any first round match-up we want to see?

Kakashi
Tokyo, Japan

we need to trade Al Jefferson...while he's worth something...i think he is a liability on Defense...and a black hole on our offense...we need to change coaches as well...there is no creativity on our offense...no rotation...and the offense...is extremely predictable...there should be plays designed for wings and not just for the post...i hope this improves...or else...we are going to suffer multiple first round blowouts in the coming years

EightOhOne
St. George, UT

gdog3finally,

that would be true if guys like kanter, burks, and favors were getting that playoff experience by getting minutes, but they're not. if utah isn't playing their future guys in the playoffs and just giving the minutes to guys like howard, jefferson, harris, even in blowouts, than making the playoffs was all pointless and a waste.

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