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Published: Sunday, March 23 2014 7:44 p.m. MDT

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ImaUteFan
West Jordan, UT

It was fun to be at this game Saturday night and watch Burke hit that winning shot! A bright spot in an otherwise difficult season.

Elcapitan
Ivins, UT

Thios is a future super star. We are lucky to have him in the lineup. Now we need some real coaching help to motivate the entire team.

Lonster
Sandy, UT

I suggest he work on his shot since, last time I checked, he was either at or near the bottom of the NBA in shooting percentage (and Hayward wasn't far above him). Honestly, I get so tired of paying good money to watch basketball players (and don't even get me started on the women's game) shoot 30-something percent, it makes me wonder where all the good mid-range shooters have gone. Oh, I remember --- they all moved out beyond the arc...

ed
Los Olivos, CA

I hope this article was tongue in cheek. The point guard shot 6 for 15 and had 2 assists. For the year, his shooting percentage is 4 point below Hayward. And he takes just as many shots from, ostensibly, the ball control position. Regarding Hayward, although his 3 point shot has slipped dramatically this year, his career shooting percentage is actually better than Paul George. His assists are nearly double George's. This is not to put George down; it is just to compare Hayward to an all-star at that position.

Interesting to note that none of these guys have played all 82 games in a season yet. That is ok; neither did Bird or Magic. Stockton did it 16 times.

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