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Published: Sunday, Jan. 19 2014 1:05 p.m. MST

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DRay
Roy, UT

Can't comment because I've never "been there, done that," and I understand the travel is hard on players at times, but they need to learn to deal with that...too bad Karl Malone wasn't there to take Larry Miller's place and get after them...he could do that, and he has "been there and done that."

jamsenior
SANTAQUIN, UT

Maybe you were not around the night Frank Layden met Karl 10 feet away from the bench and chewed him up one side and down the other side for missing free throws. Karl was a 2nd year player! He was also picked13 the by the Jazz because Frank could see the potential. We don't know what Ty says in the locker but he has been there and done that but even the greatest have off nights much less players who are all around 22 years old and learning like Karl learned to shoot free throws with a high percentage.

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