Comments about ‘Utah Jazz update: Enes Kanter, Derrick Favors will start against Bobcats’

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Published: Friday, March 1 2013 3:10 p.m. MST

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dhsalum
Saint George, UT

They should start Hayward and Burks as well because those young guys play so much better with Watson. Let Foye and Williams score points off the bench

Elcapitan
Ivins, UT

I could not agree more...

They should start Hayward and Burks as well because those young guys play so much better with Watson. Let Foye and Williams score points off the bench. This is the right thing to do.

Little Andy
Tremonton, UT

Put my vote in as well from the other comments. This is the day we all have been waiting for..

xert
Santa Monica, CA

Watch--they'll do well against the Bobcats and all of the Jazz wannabe coaches will claim that this is proof positive that Kanter and Favors as starters is a surefire ticket to post season magic.

Americanvet
Ivins, UT

@xert
Nobody is saying the Jazz are a better team right now starting Favors and Kanter over Sap and Jefferson. At least I'm not saying that. But what we all are saying is the young guys are the future of this team and there is a good chance that either Sap or Jefferson or both will not be resigned in the off season. With that premise the Jazz should not be waiting to begin phasing into the young core so they can develop and become a better team than what we've had for the last few years. We may have to take a step back before we can move forward but this wanna be coach is ready for the change.

scalman
Temecula, CA

i agree with going with all of the young 4 and Watson. Watson might have lost some of his physical ability but he might end up a coach. This is the perfect time to play the young 4 since it's the Bobcats. Don't forget...xert...we watch basketball to entertain ourselves and Burks, Hayward, Favors and Kanter are not only good and getting better...they are entertaining.

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