It's going to be another mediocre season for the Jazz. Get used to it!
All the hype after the opening night win, AT HOME, pretty much said this would
the best jazz team ever. Great outside shooting, deep bench, taller players,
point guards who push the ball, blah, blah, blah.The one thing the
hype didn't address though, is the same, old tired philosophy of not
defending the three point shot, horrible interior defense by Jefferson and
second rate effort by the entire team on the road. It's the second game of
the season, so how can they be tired, or road weary, or whatever excuse they
offer up.As I see it, the faces have changed, but this is the same
old Jazz. You know the saying about putting lipstick on a pig, well this version
of the Jazz aptly fits that description.
New faces same results??
Of course, Hayward's man scores an easy layup to win the game. I'll
never figure out why Corbin plays Hayward so much.
It was not bad luck, the Jazz bigs were outplayed by the Hornets- in rebounding,
defense, scoring, and effort.
@TheNunHow about horrible defense by everyone on the inside
especially on the boards. I saw the game Milsap, Al, Favors, and Kanter all got
ate up on the boards last night cant just say it was one guy because you dont
want to fault who you like more.
So much for 82-0 :) Oh well, at least the Lakers are 0-3. GO JAZZ!!!!
Shouldn't it be the Utah Hornets v the Nola Jazz!?.p.s. I think
the NBA team in Arizona should change their name to the Blizzard.
Same old Jazz fans that can't find anything positive about the team. Maybe
it is not the team that needs to be changed, but the fans. I am actually really
happy to have a local professional sports team to pull for. What's more,
they are usually pretty good (better than half the west most years, and the west
is always dominant). Can we just appreciate what we have rather than whining
about being above average? There are far worse teams in the league that could
be in Utah.