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Published: Thursday, Oct. 11 2012 9:41 p.m. MDT

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Chris from Rose Park
Hartford, CT

I'm just ready for the season to start. Let's play ball!

TruBlueAggie25
Logan, UT

Now Jefferson just has to give up the ball...

Americanvet
Ivins, UT

Has anyone seen if the Jazz/ OKC game will be on tv?

Doug10
Roosevelt, UT

Shooters are not the problem with the Jazz as they had AK who used to hit and played at an allstar level, then Gordon Hayward used to shoot the lights out in college and was Mr. Confidence, now when he is open he is indecisive.

The Jazz hired Raja Bell who had built a career as a dagger man from 3 point land.

CJ had once been thought of as a shooting threat. Ronnie Price owned college level scoring titles.

All that talent and yet when they arrived at Utah they got Checked, Hornaceked that is.

Utah the poorest 3 point shooting team in the country. Utah did not recruit poor shooters, in order to be that bad you have to be trained.

Michael Jordan the games pre-eminent player is one of the games lousiest coaches.

Hornacek is just as adept at teaching shooting as Jordan is at coaching.

Hornacek cannot teach shooting, he can shoot but history has shown he is incapable of teaching it.

Next time you see Hayward open in the corner with the ball in his hands and a pass or shoot dilemma you can thank Hornacek.

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