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Published: Thursday, Dec. 12 2013 9:15 a.m. MST

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Denver to Portland
Portland, OR

Take it easy everyone. The Jazz beat the Kings and everyone is acting like they beat Portland, Miami, or Indiana.

It shows how far the Jazz gave fallen when there are words like "shock", "great win", "impressive", in a win vs the Kings. Congrats Jazz, you beat the 2nd worst team in the West, but you're still the worst in the West and in the entire NBA.

As far as Jimmer goes. It was good to see him finally get minutes. But the coach probably had no choice to play him with how thin the roster was and how they're still waiting on the Rudy Gay trade/physicals to be complete. I think Atlanta, Toronto, or Boston would be the best fits for Jimmer going forward.

Man in Charge
Chihuahua, 00

Denver to Portland.

We want the Jazz to tank this year. Any win is a loss. Get back under your rock now.

King Black
Paso Robles, CA

@ Denver to Portland

umm what in the heck are you talking about nobody is going crazy over this one you are the only one making a big deal out of it. Anyways if the fans are happy for a win and or the JAzz even beating the Kings then so be it being one of the worse teams in the league you really cant act like beating anybody is nothing when you where once a below .08 winning percentage team lol

Anti Bush-Obama
Chihuahua, 00

"I think Atlanta, Toronto, or Boston would be the best fits for Jimmer going forward."

I think it's Europe.

Tators
Hyrum, UT

I'd like to see the Jazz continue to win just enough games to still be able to get the #1 draft pick next spring, and not more. They've already lost the chance at any playoff spot, so let's not do the same regarding the draft picks.

@ Anti Bush-Obama:

When Jimmer finally got his chance last night, he actually looked pretty good... scoring more than a point per minute played and with no turnovers. No one else did that.
And since he hasn't had a decent chance to show what he can do in the NBA yet, it would be wise to hold off on any more Europe talk until he has. Enough objective basbetball fans recognize that fact, that he still has a lot of fans at this point.

ABELIEVER
roy, UT

I believe the Jazz will win 30 to 35 games this year as long at the fab five (Gordon, Alex, Trey, Derrick, and Kanter) stay healthy. Look at Phoenix, and Boston rosters and where they are at right now, and then look at the Jazz roster. Wow. based off roster potential the Jazz will do great going forward.

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