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Published: Wednesday, Jan. 23 2013 11:00 p.m. MST

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mdp
Bountiful, utah

When Jefferson is off, why not play Kanter more and give him a chance to develop? Last night I thought Kanter outplayed Jefferson on both ends.

Bigpics
West Haven, UT

re the first comment, saw Jefferson and Kantor on the court at the same time last night. Have seen plenty of Jefferson/Favors, Kantor/Millsap, Favors/Millsap, and for a bit, but abandoned of late, Jefferson/Favors/Millsap - but ton't remember the J/K combo ever this year.

Seemed to be working and wouldn't mind seeing it again, but just curious as to who's the four and who's the five in that sitch?? Two 4 and halfs still adding to nine?? Also dependent of match-ups natch.

Kantor's coming along nicely. Seems relaxed, figuring out his multiple roles, etc. It's still arguable which of the Jazz's #3 pick bigs is going to have the brightest career, even leaving any possible injuries, trades, free agent signings/new coach/new teammates, etc. in their futures aside....

In others news, is there any lead this team can't blow?? Hard on an old heart, tho' along with this, their record of most wins after 10 or more behind is an alternate book-end....

...Still both show a lack of consistent play.

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