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Published: Monday, June 11 2012 3:00 p.m. MDT

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Temecula, CA

As much as I loved the way Deron ran the Jazz offense, I would prefer to see the Jazz go for someone two years younger and much more affordable, Goran Dragic. That said, I would hate to see the Lakers pick up Williams, although that wouldn't surprise me. They periodically pick up another team's best player (Shaq, Odom, Gasol).

samuel h wiscomb
Sun Lakes, AZ

D-Will's ego is too big for the JAZZ. Let Miami have him.

Uncle Rico
Sandy, UT

HHmmm.... go back to a city that lost a legendary coach because mainly you?? don't think so.

Cinci Man

Once a player becomes too big for the team and more important than the team, I lose interest in giving my support and fan-ship. I'm positive no one will lose any sleep over losing me, especially DWill. I love this new crop of players who are just having fun trying the create the best T-E-A-M that they can. Go Jazz!

Idaho Falls, ID

I would take D-Will back in a heartbeat. How many guys are there in the NBA who are true generals on the floor? Kobe, Nash, Rondo, Durant, Wade.... There are not that many who have the leadership skills that Williams has. He is exactly what we need to propel us back to the top of the conference.

Provo, UT

The chip he carries on his shoulder for anyone who has slighted him in any way is a big part of what makes Deron such a competitor. Will he soon forgive KOC and the Jazz for shipping him off to NJ? I think not...

Cottonwood Heights, UT

I've said from the second the trade happened that it would be absolutely brilliant if the Jazz were to get all they got for him and then get him back in free agency.
I understand why people are still upset about how things went down with he and Sloan but I for one would welcome him back with open arms ... the young Jazz with DWill at the point would be an exciting threat in the West.

the boonies, mexico

I truly believe D-Will became a malcontent here in Utah and I'm not sure that anything would change if he came back to his old address. He will more than likely mature and get away from this selfish me first mentality but I don't believe Utah is the right place for him to be to try and change his image! We can get by without him I'm sure.

Magna Ute Fan
Magna, UT

I wish that D-Will's time in NJ would have humbled him significantly. I wish that he would have looked at that young talented line-up that Utah brought to Jersey and dreamed of leading that squad. Then I wish he would go to Greg Miller with his hat in his and and ask for the Jazz to consider bringing him back at a salary a little below market value.

I know it is a pipe dream, but it's fun to dream. That would be an amazing team. There are a lot of things I miss about D-Will's game.

Farmington, UT

As much as I like D-Will the player, I'd rather invest max-money in somebody else. We've seen his temperament working with younger players; we've seen his temperament when he has a disagreement with his coach. It's important to be passionate, but D-Will's passion comes at the expense of developing players and teamwork. He will not be the glue that would hold the Utah Jazz together.

Yucca Valley, CA

D-Will will not come back, thankfully, under any circumstances but if he did the Jazz would fair no better than they will under a Mo Williams or another good shooter at the point position.

Zion, UT

I think the welcome mat for D-Will has been rolled up and tied very tight. We can do better with others.

Uncle Rico
Provo, UT

Rondo is a free agent and better than D-Will

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