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Published: Thursday, Feb. 21 2013 9:00 a.m. MST

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Lindon, UT

The time for that 65% is becoming awfully narrow. It is a good sign that we have not heard anything as yet. The Jazz management does not appear to be hasty, but are doing their due diligence. I guess we will see within a couple of hours what happens, if anything. Good luck, Jazz management. Do the right thing.

Jazz Source
Alpine, UT

The Jazz have alot of what others want with the new cap penalties. Cap space. That is a valuable asset.

I'm glad they don't do dumb things. Go look at what the Kings just did. They just unloaded their most recent #5 draft pick for average to below average role players.

Imagine us unloading Kanter for mediocrity with no upside. That is what dumb teams do and that is why despite regularly drafting high and making lots of trades...the Kings still stink.

I'm glad we have executives that only make deals that at least give us a decent chance of improvement and upside with as little risk as possible.

Tokyo, Japan

@Jazz Source

i agree with you...making a trade for the sake of making one...is counterproductive

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