what silly, infantile, immature, and ridiculous fans--to boo a player because he
played at BYU? Paleeze! I hope Jimmer lights up the scoreboard and scores 40 on
the Jazz...and I like the Jazz, but such immature (Univ of Utah) fans must grow
@dumpdrakeIt is also silly to wish an opponent to score 40 on your
team. Let's move past the BYU days pal. This coming from a Jazz and BYU
fan. Jimmer is the opponent now. I expect a game that goes down to
the wire because though the Kings are awful, they always play the Jazz tough.
If Jimmer scores 40, which won't happen, the Kings would win.
Where is Raja?The Jazz old GM could not unlaod that guy and the new
GM is able to repeat history it seems. Bell is clogging up the system.Jazz should reactivate him and send him to the D league, that might provide
incentive to get a job elsewhere.Good to see Jimmer but if the
offense is not made for him he will continue to struggle. Sacramento offense is
made for??????Sacramento is about to come apart at the seams, owners
are in the "unload " frame of mind and they do not seem to care how the
team performs. Cousins need s ashrink, the cach needs a new job hopefully in a
soccer league somewhere and the Tyreke needs a new home.
Jimmer needs a structured offense to excel and the Kings dont have one. He
would be a solid role player on the Jazz, a lot like Foye who cannot play
It's going to be a snooze-fest blow out win for the Jazz while the Kings
players continue to compete with each other to see who can force the most
contested one-on-one shots per game, and who can sulk the most when their
opponents shots go in. The real treat for Jazz fans is going to be watching a
6'11" 270 pound "face of the franchise" professional athlete
come to town and cry and pout like a 3 year old for 48 minutes.
@HoostThe Kings for whatever reason play the Jazz tough. It
won't be a snooze fest. I think the Jazz will win, but it will be close
than it should be.
@ dumprakeThey're not booing him because he went to BYU. They
boo him because half of the arena starts cheering against the Jazz when he comes
in the game.