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Published: Sunday, July 13 2014 8:30 p.m. MDT

Updated: Sunday, July 13 2014 8:39 p.m. MDT

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Doug10
Roosevelt, UT

now the big names are gone the Jazz can find some help in the form of...........

seems with the big FA season acquisition of Hayward the Jazz are now finished. Apparently they think with adding a 6'10 shooter who cannot nor will not defend they will now be able to compete.

What was the matter with offering Favors for Deng. Early on this season we found out he was expendable although he is a production machine compared to Hayward.

Incidentally Haywards tweet after signing his $16 mill was he has lots of work to do. Why not do that work when you were getting $3 mill annually?

Vince Carter on his way downhill yet can still outplay any member of the JAzz and he signed for $4 mill. Why do the Jazz stand around with hands in their pockets when these free agents are looking for handouts (sorry Gordon handouts is a bad word to someone who plays like a million but gets paid 16 million).

I am waiting to hear some good news about the Jazz rather than about other teams who have signed people who can and will play the game.

Currently the Jazz have no shooters. hint hint

TerryHaimes
Sturgis, MS

Jazz have the ream they want. They are ready for the season to start. They will take advantage of what comes up but they want to see what this team and coach can do and I say, win.

Miami, Chicago and Dallas are better.

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