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Published: Friday, Dec. 7 2012 11:20 p.m. MST

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Kyle loves BYU/Jazz
Provo, UT

The ball sure moved a lot more than it does when Jefferson is playing. All those extra passes made for some beautiful basketball tonight. I hope they can play like that more often going forward.

Little Andy
Tremonton, UT

There are always a couple of blowouts for every team each year. But they will take it in perspective. I think Kanter is ready for full time starter duty. Yes this was only one game but he is showing great progress. It will be fun to see how he handles Dwight..

Jazz Source
Alpine, UT

What a coincidence. No Jefferson, the ball moves, and others combine for a balanced massive scoring attack.

Things that make you go hmmmm.

Lets not forget about the improved defense either. It's not an accident there was more help-defense. Team mates get tired of constantly helping on Jeffersons man yet he never rotates to do the same. It's contagious.

xert
Santa Monica, CA

I don't think the term man/child belongs in any article about Enes Kanter. He plays, behaves and is very much a grown man playing a grown mans game. He never complains about his time on the court and is ready to go when called upon. He gives his heart to his team and listens to veterans---and nobody is happier when the Jazz do well. There are many children in the NBA. Some in their late twenties and yes, some who are in their thirties--but this young MAN isn't one of them.

DougC
San Diego, CA

I thought milsap was the one who needed to be traded. However, this game showed me how jazz can play without jefferson. Milsap did a great job in swinging the ball. It will be interesting to see what jazz will do before February.

J R Stewart
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Actually, the Raptors toyed with the Jazz the 1st quarter. It looked like it might be a bad loss, instead of an easy win.

Enes collapses double and triple teams to him like a magnet, leaving the 3 point line wide open.

Jazzaholic

OCoug
Ogden, UT

Paul definitely Millslapped (thanks David Locke) Toronto. It was fun to watch the bench get emptied and see an Early-Oop to the Dunk Champion Evans. I wish Burks could get a little bit more time, he seems to have a great upside. Hopefully, the Jazz can continue to improve on the defensive end, especially defending the three.

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