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Published: Thursday, Feb. 27 2014 7:05 p.m. MST

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Alpine, UT

Lets not forget though, even though these team are bad so are we/or barely better record-wise AND we are playing on the road.

Since we play Indy on Sunday we will have a back to back with Milwaukee which means they will be tired.

With any luck they could lose to several of these teams.

You hate for these guys to "learn" to lose and they are not trying to but from a draft status perspective it would be nice if we lost all these road games and got back into the top 4-5 slots.

With this few of games left there is not really alot to be gained by winning a few here or there.

The Jazz have to get an upper tier player/talent to even get into the playoff discussion. Right now we do not have that player...unless it is Alec Burks who has probably shown the most consistent/largest amount of progress of anyone on the team this season.

Haywards shooting has only gotten worse and for a player this many years into the league that is the exact opposite of what should be happening. A big uh-oh!

Richie
Saint George, UT

Funny thing happened in Cleveland last night. Irving got a triple double and the previous game Hayward was one assist away from doing the same thing. Cleveland's coach cheered Irving on while Corbin bench's Hayward. Another reason for getting rid of Corbin.

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