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Published: Sunday, Jan. 26 2014 12:00 a.m. MST

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Cottonwood Heights, UT

Me too... we could do a LOT worse.

Dustin
Idaho Falls, ID

I agree. I have listened to commentators for other teams, and there are huge differences:

1. Most other commentators are extremely biased. They refuse to point out anything their team did wrong, and skew numbers to make them look better. Boller and Harp are biased, but they are completely willing to admit when we got away with a foul, or if a player needs to sit down for a while.

2. Most other commentators don't have a very good knowledge of the NBA in general. They only know their team. That is why you hear them calling Hayward, Haywood. They don't know the true strengths of other teams. Our commentators really know what they are talking about.

3. Our commentators have pleasant voices to listen to. Commentators for other teams sometimes have voices that sound like nails on a chalk board.

4. Humor. You know that these guys love their jobs because they laugh a lot.

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