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Published: Tuesday, June 26 2012 10:06 p.m. MDT

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Doug10
Roosevelt, UT

Seems to me the Jazz have had the proverbial rebounder for years in Milsap, they had great point guard in Williams, and a good one currently in Harris, they had a go to guy in Boozer, a 7 foot, 3 point specialist in Okur and a Eurpoean hustler in AK.

Even with that talent in the past and currently they are far from a contender.

The Jazz did not play really bad but still got swept, as in they did not win one game against the Spurs during playoffs.

The Spurs got handled EASILY by the Thunder. On paper, that makes the Jazz look weaksauce and somewhat aimless.

The Thunder ran into Miami who did not seem really challenged by the Thunder once they got rolling.

Compare that to a book and that would make the Jazz about chapter 32...yawn.

Malone has been retired for 12 years yet the franchise still plays like he was here regardless of the players on the roster.

Perhaps a wholesale change at the administrative level night shake things up.

For the past 12 years the administration has proven they can't their job done...yet we wait for pick 47?????

Now

eagle
Provo, UT

You need a SUPERSTAR to go far in the NBA. The closest thing to that was Deron Williams a couple years back. Not likely to find one at No. 47 in the draft. Go comb the European leagues is the best shot because any American player you would consider at that position isn't that good. You need to find some diamond in the rough or a maybe a project that might become pretty good.

TerryHaimes
Sturgis, MS

Milsap, Mo Williams, Evans, Fesenko, working out a half dozen or so point guards. The Jazz do pretty good with their second round picks and I expect them to do so again. The work out group tells you they want a shooter and a point guard. They will take the best available and try to trade or sign a free agent for their needs.

I would like a better title for this article though.

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