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Published: Friday, March 29 2013 9:15 a.m. MDT

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Layton, UT

Ah yes please he has an amazing ability to defend and slash to the basket. Jazz Nation have waited long to see him get real min.

Idaho Falls, ID

Evans has shown that he can do more than just dunk. He plays pretty good defense, especially help defense, and he has developed some range on his shot. Losing Kanter will hurt, especially against the Blazers where Kanter was a beast defending Aldrige. But I will be excited if Evans gets in some time. I think he can be a really good backup to Kanter and Favors next year.

Sandy, UT

Go Jeremy!!!!! Bummer, however, to lose Kanter. Wishing him a speedy recovery.

Go Jazzboys tonight! And Go Jeremy!!! (and Junkyard Dog, too!!!)

Saint Louis, MO

I already miss Big K and this could be a body blow for the Jazz run to the playoffs. He is such a physical specimen. How did he separate his shoulder? It would take quite a blow. The Lakers are once more imploding. The game with Portland tonight will be big. Sorry about the barber who went to the Mavs game last night. Dirk and the bois said that they would shave once they reached 500. They then fell on the slippery floor. Also, what is "gastric distress" for Foye and MSap? I'm guessing that this is a fancy term for food poisoning.

Burley, ID


Hamed Haddadi fell on to Kanter's should in a scrum for the basketball.

Gastric distress means he has an upset stomach which might include other possible symptoms such as gas, and diarrhea. Foye had it prior to the Sun's game and now Millsap has it. Sounds like there might be a "bug" spreading amongst the team; hopefully, no one else gets it.

It could also be food poisoning, but that's unlikely; since food poisoning makes you so sick you would never be able to play basketball. Believe me, I have had food poisoning and it laid me out for several days.

San Diego, CA

i love jeremy. good luck tonight. but noooooooooooooooooo to kanter's injury....

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