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Published: Monday, March 10 2014 10:15 p.m. MDT

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Kakashi
Tokyo, Japan

another near triple double for Hayward...but i was wondering...if his stats are just shallow...and doesnt really mean anything...anyway...people wanted to trade him right? since he isnt going to be THE guy for us...i hope he gets traded...to the Bulls...and the Jazz gets Jimmer and a draft pick...since a huge chunk of Jazz fans wanted Jimmer...

ed
Los Olivos, CA

And the point guard admits that he wants to be just like AI. Shoot a lot, score a bunch of points, don't pass the ball (whatever else happens).

Tators
Hyrum, UT

Since the core of the Atlanta team are Jazz-trained, ex-Jazz players, and the Jazz management allowed the Hawks to pick them up, it would seem appropriate for the Hawk's management / owners to send a polite thank-you note to the Jazz management for their lack of foresight. Sadly, the Jazz could've kept Carrol (a real work-horse) for relatively not-much.

Kind of a slap in the face when players you willingly trade and/or let go come back to beat you on your own home floor. A real bummer.

Hang tight, Jabari. We're coming after you.

Jazz Fan in Potsdam
Potsdam, NY

Here's why Jazz fans want Corbin fired. Marvin Williams 31 mins. Richard Jefferson 31 mins. Derrick Favors 25 mins. Enes Kanter 29 mins. Alec Burks 26 mins. Do you see something wrong with this picture? What are we trying to do here. Play the veterans and win 2-3 more games and move down in the lottery? Why isn't Burks, Favors and Kanter playing 36 plus minutes per game? I just don't get it. Please someone explain it to me.

Kakashi
Tokyo, Japan

@Jazz Fan in Potsdam

its because Ty Corbin thinks he can coach...

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