I'm excited to see how well he plays in the summer league, potential is one
thing , performing is another, I hope he measures up. If he can become as good
as advertised we'll all be happy and the team will be much better. Go Exum,
Congratulations to Dante, he really stayed on the talking points given to him by
his agent. He said almost the exact same words as the night before. See you in
LA in three years Dante, most of us know that if you wanted to come here you
would have made the pre draft visit.
The international man of mystery...the Jazz fall for another magic trick. Yet,
he does look descent against high school kids, but when he comes against a
higher level of talent, he'll fold, another draft pick wasted.
The JAZZ still is a mystery
Thanks Captain L for being willing to see what Exum can do and remaining
hopeful. Some of the other comments are predictable from the whine and cheese
crowd. So what if Exum didn't come to a pre draft visit. He wasn't
expected by anyone to be available when the Jazz were picking and since we
picked him he has been nothing but grateful and has even studied the Jazz
history. Experts much more knowledgeable that us have seen him play and all of
them said he has the goods so if he turns out to be a bust he fooled the whole
basketball universe and not just Dennis Lindsey. As far as being in LA in 3
years you need to do some more homework. The rookie contract is good for 5
years but can be extended before that by the parties. Extended or not he will
be here 5 years unless the Jazz trade him.
There is no reason to be negative about Exum, he hasn't done anything to be
negative about, give the kid a chance and hope for the best.
If you want to have your energy drained just come read the comments on local
stories regarding the Jazz drafting the most highly rated international prospect
during the current year or possibly longer recent times. It must be a miserable
existence; spouting negative remarks about an 18 year year old kid and his
outlook and future, under the assumption that all the basketball experts who
spend their living evaluating these players don't know a thing about what
they are talking about and the young man surely will have as negative a
viewpoint on life as those forlorn souls who post such bitter and angry sounding
comments. It's as if these people think they are coming across as
intelligent and thought provoking in flaunting their negativity and
Veracity, who should the Jazz have drafted? Not saying you are wrong about Exum,
but I'd like to know who was the pick that wouldn't have been a waste.
Smart, Randle, Vonleh? Please enlighten us with your expertise is this area.