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Published: Friday, June 28 2013 11:05 p.m. MDT

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Temecula, CA

"Bonjour et bon chance", Rudy & "Hola y buena suerte", Raul.

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New Orleans, LA


Nice of you to greet Rudy in French, but maybe you should welcome Raul in his native Portuguese language instead of Spanish.

Temecula, CA

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"Ola & boa sorte", Raul.

Iowa Jazz Fan 2
Cedar Rapids, IA

Speaking of foreigners. an "old" Jazz foreigner -- AK -- has just opted out of the final year of his contract with the Timberwolves. I wonder if Jeff Hornacek, whose cupboard is bare, will try to lure him to Phoenix.

Kyle loves BYU/Jazz
Provo, UT

Well Raul does play in Spain so I'm sure the Spanish greeting would get the job done.

I'm excited to see if Gobert turns into something. He seems like a guy who is pretty serious about being a good player as opposed to someone like Fesenko who had talent and didn't do anything with it. Hopefully Karl can coach him up.

I hope they both end up having great careers with the Jazz.

Richfield, UT

Gobert is already one up on Ostertag, he can take to the hoop and dunk.

Provo, UT

The Jazzmdrafted someone besides Burke? Wow I had no clue!!

Tokyo, Japan


everyone is one up against ostertag...lol...even kwame "butterfingers" brown

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