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Published: Friday, March 1 2013 10:52 a.m. MST

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RBN
Salt Lake City, UT

Earl talks a good game. I just wish he had a jump shot.

Jazz Source
Alpine, UT

People have to be realistic but they aren't most of the time. People whine and beg for the young guys to get minutes. Well, we have multiple injured veteran "starters" out right now and what are the results?

Losses.

Even when Favors puts up pretty big stats we still lost. Veterans and stars win in this league. Young guys get stats and lose. It takes years for most to learn how to win and make their stats mean something. There are plenty of young players around the league putting up stats and their teams lose.

People take winning for granted here because we have had a couple of statues that could produce them like a pancake recipe.

The Jazz players better buckle down tonight because you know this pathetic Wizard team would love to get a win against the beat-down Jazz right now.

Dangerous place to be in right now for the Jazz.

I predict IF they lose this game to the Wizards that the Jazz will miss the playoffs. Look at the upcoming road schedule and combine that with the injuries. They will lose most all of those road games unless they can turn things around immediately.

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