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Published: Saturday, Dec. 14 2013 10:50 p.m. MST

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Americanvet
Ivins, UT

Nothing to be surprised about here. Whether it's been Stocton and Malone, Boozer and D Will, Jefferson and Millsap, or Hayward and Favors the Jazz always struggle with the Spurs. The Spurs are good. Enough said. It's a good learning experience and you move on.

Gibster
San Antonio, TX

New season same results. Go Spurs Go

gehelmke
Bastrop, TX

Decent game....about what one should expect....Spurs are well coached and highly disciplined. Funny the things that stand out when you watch games....I saw Parker cutting off Duncan screens over and over again, and he sheds his man every time, because he passes so close to Duncan that he brushes against him...Duncan, as he passes by, sort of fades away, and never gets called for a foul.

Burke is cutting aff screens a bit early and not giving the big time to get set. Then he is cutting too wide off the screen, causing the big to lean in order to pick the man...resulting in a foul and a turnover.

This is highly coachable....So why are they doing this?

Grandmajazz
LAVA HOT SPRINGS, ID

True, it was a good learning game. The only thing that upset me was the many times Ginoble and Parker got away with flops. I guess being long time players you learn to do that but it is a skill I hope the Jazz will do without. They have a tough schedule but they can do it if they put their mind to it.

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