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Published: Saturday, April 12 2014 9:25 p.m. MDT

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GoRed
WEST VALLEY CITY, UT

It's obviously better for the Jazz to not win these last games. Now, please lose to the Lakers and finish with the highest draft choice possible! (At least, finish with the most ping pong balls possible.)

Go Jazz!

JBQ
Saint Louis, MO

Sadly, the game with the Lakers is key in the search for draft positioning. The nightmare is almost over. Then, it will be time to place the pieces on the kitchen table and put the puzzle together. Hope springs eternal.

coleman51
Orem, UT

With two games left the the season and the Jazz, Lakers, and Celtics all trying to get into the fourth draft position, it makes no sense for the Jazz to try to win. They are one game down from the Lakers and Celtics for that position and only one game ahead of Orlando for the third position. If they lose, they can do no worse that fourth and possibly have a chance to get in the third draft position. If they win, they could possibly drop to the sixth position. Our draft chances for success is increased immeasurably the closer we become to the first three positions. We would commit suicide for the future of the franchise by winning the last two games. I hope the management is smart enough to realize that two games can really make or break our off-season hopes.

Alpiner
Alpine, UT

Thanks for clearing up about when Marvin Williams might be able to return to the line up. I was really worried about it.

NeilT
Clearfield, UT

Time for a coaching change. Corbin has had his opportunity. Time for a new energy. Sad to see the Jazz sink to this level.

ET Bass
Idaho Falls, ID

Time for a gm change. This disaster brought to you by Lindsey. He should be the first to go. If not, the millers have lost all contact with reality.

Brave Sir Robin
San Diego, CA

Time for an ownership change. Larry's boy and his penny-pinching ways have run the Jazz into the ground.

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