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Published: Monday, Jan. 7 2013 9:55 a.m. MST

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Salt Lake City, UT

Lillard looks like a stud that is really making a name for himself in the NBA.

Nice job.

O-town, UT

Way to go Lillard! Rookie of the Year is looking more and more likely.

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

"Jimmer struggles" are two words that should never appear in the same headline again. The Dnews should be more honest and tell us how awesome he is. Some journalism.

Bountiful, UT

Meanwhile, Andre Miller is quietly raising up career lists -- He recently became only the 8th player in NBA history to reach 15,000 points and 7,500 assists.

No hourly tracker for 'Dre?

Parry is a Farce
Layton, UT

We never had a Danny Ainge watch, or a Tom Chambers watch, or a Fred Roberts watch, or a Jeff Judkins watch, or a Shawn Bradley watch, or a Keith Van Horn watch, or an Andy Toolson watch, or an Andre Miller watch, or a Travis Hansen watch, or a Michael Doleac watch, or a Rafael Arujo watch, or a Michael Smith watch, or a Greg Kite watch, or a Danny Vranes watch, or an Andrew Bogut watch, or a a Pace Mannion watch.

Are you going to continue this "Jimmer watch" year-after-next when the rookie contract is over and he is playing in Europe?

Omaha, NE

Good Luck Jimmer...best wishes to you and your family in 2013.

Ogden, UT

Jimmer needs to hang in there, and hopefully get some more consistent playing time (preferably outside of Sacramento.) All these detractors are simply showing a great human flaw: Loving to see others fail. We know we can't attain athletically near what the great athletes who have played in this state have accomplished and so we want to bring them down to our level. Why? One word Insecurity.

Lillard is doing great and Andre Miller is a stud, I wish he would have chosen to play for the Jazz.

Highland, UT

I got to see Lillard play a bit on tv the other night, he looked great. If he keeps it up he can definately be a good player in the NBA, heck he already is good. It will be fun to see how far he can go.

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