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Published: Tuesday, Oct. 30 2012 5:01 p.m. MDT

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jazz4ever
San Mateo, CA

Good article. Loved the million mile warranty analogy! :) Though I picked jazz to finish 5-8th in the poll along with this article, I wouldnt be surprised if they sneak into a 4th seed. Shooting will be key...they need to make their shots, otherwise being healthier and younger will not matter much. Of course, an alternative would be dunks all the way! Lets go Evans! :)

TerryHaimes
Sturgis, MS

This is the number two article from the Rock on my list. I almost liked this one. I agree with his predictions for the Jazz finish except I think they can go higher if Corbin will let them. I'm not sold on the old players rusting up though. Noticed the Jazz exercised their option on Corbin. Smart move. They had to exercise or extend. Don't believe they want a long term deal with Corbin just yet.

SlopJ30
St Louis, MO

Lakers are going to be the league's biggest disappointment. I foresee Nash and Kobe starting their inevitable, mileage-related decline sooner than later. They might squeak out 50 wins, but they're not winning a title. So many of the "experts" have stars in their eyes. It's not happening.

Tim John
American Fork, UT

In paragraph 11 Rock states:

"Bryant missed the entire preseason with a bruised foot and was listed as a game-time decision for L.A.'s opener."

I find that comment interesting because it looks like that for someone who "missed the entire preseason", he did pretty good.

Out of 8 preseason games, Bryant played in 5. See below dates, opponents, and points scored.

OCT 8 VS. GOLDEN STATE 10 PTS.
OCT 13 VS. UTAH JAZZ 18 PTS
OCT 17 VS. UTAH JAZZ 31 PTS
OCT 19 VS. SACRAMENTO KINGS 22 PTS
OCT 21 VS SACRAMENTO KINGS 21 PTS

Then again, maybe yohe was speaking of another "Bryant" or some other preseason.

Way to stay on top of things!!!

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