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Published: Friday, May 25 2012 6:00 p.m. MDT

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Cache county, USA

One of a kind.
We need more men like this these days..

Cedar Hills, UT

Unless Jerry is hurting for money I can't figure why he wants to coach again???

Sandy, UT

Am I confused? Jerry Sloan being interviewed at Salt Lake City with Michael Jordan? Where, at Jordan Hotel where he played piano during the Jazz/Bulls finals?

Scott Farcus
Beaver, UT

Good for Jerry Sloan, Des News needs to dig further into greg Miller's firing Sloan and lets call it like it was, gregory fired Sloan, Gail should never have allowed here silver spoon feed boy to can the man that kept the Jazz in contention year after year. Larry loved Jerry because they came from the same mold, HARD working men!

Sloan should have left Utah with a Main Street parade and full honors.

I can't wait to see the Bobcats beat the Jazz, it will be the only ticket I will ever buy to watch.

Good Luck Sloan

Hang in there with pathetic ticket sales greg

Man in Charge
Washington, DC

Utah Jazz ticket sales are low, The Jazz fired Jeryy Sloan, The Bobcats will beat the Jazz. Scott Farcus, a bitter basketball fan has just entered the twilight zone.

Yucca Valley, CA

I respect Jerry Sloan as a coach but I think he should stay retired. I would hate it if the Bobcats came to Utah and beat the Jazz if Sloan takes the coaching job. Ty Corbin would have to make up a whole new set of plays, numbered and lettered, whatever, because you can guarantee Sloan is going to know every play the Jazz might make. Maybe I'm getting way out there with this but it's what I visualize when I think of the Jazz and whatever team coach Sloan decides to take on. I wonder if Phil Johnson will be his right hand man again?

Farmington, UT

Two men talking isn't "news." "News" is if they announce something after the talks. Duh!!

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