Comments about ‘Utah Jazz 'embarrassed' but look to move on from worst-ever home loss’

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Published: Tuesday, Jan. 29 2013 9:05 p.m. MST

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Cache, UT

It's hard to even read an article about this loss. It was very predictable that the Jazz would get worked by the Lakers and provide Kobe and company with a boost of morale. Subsequently, the Jazz lost their edge. I predict that the Jazz will get back to their 50/50 ball by the end of the season. This will likely keep them from the playoffs, or a first round sweep. Not an impressive team overall. I have found myself, as a life-long Jazz fan, watching fewer and fewer games. I am just not excited about this team.

Bill Shakespeare
Salt Lake City, UT

And to rub salt in our wounds the DesNews staff picks an absolutely horrendous zoomed-in photo of Hayward to put on the front page. Absolutely incredible.

Florence, OR

I don't know what why the owner's can't see the problem with the Jazz when everyone else does.
You got the players, but you need a coach!!!! It's time to bring in a new coach, and not at the end of the season. Come on owner's Lets get it fix before the end of the year, so we can make the playoff's.

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