Looks like the Jazz are committed to bringing Boozer back.Korver,
sadly for him, is probably gone.
Why are these two guys always supposed to be next in line for every head
coaching opportunity that comes up? Its getting embarrassing. They're always a
bridesmaid but never a bride. I'll bet they'll be mentioned for the Lakers next.
We should have traded down since no one would let us trade up. Otherwise, the
Jazz should have drafted Ed Davis but I am surprised he slid to number 13.
Patrick Patterson would have been decent. The Jazz had offers to move down and
should have taken them since Hayward was #15 in my book. I give the Jazz a C-.
If only the knicks had been just a little bit worse. There was nobody left at 9
that I liked.
Ultimately, I think I am glad we did not move up. I think it would have
required trading Milsap as well and I am glad we didn't do that. I just would
have taken ANYTHING to move down. I think Minnesota would have given us 16 and
23 for number nine and a future second. We could have gotten Heyward there at
16. Oh well, but as I said in another thread, KOC has two years. If Hayward is
a bust and Koufus and Fes continue to provide little, he should be shown the
Terry | 12:15 a.m. June 25, 2010 Would you rather see the Jazz give
up ... say Millsap to move up in the draft to get a guy who may be as good as
Millsap in a couple of years?Good idea for the Jazz to not get
caught up in the draft hype. The draft is about long term, not short. There are lots of ways to improve a team. The draft is not the best way to
improve in the short run.
I'd have pick Monroe or Aminu without any doubt, but all the players drafted
beyond the number 8 had concerns.We were unlucky , because with few more
NY losses or even only winning the tie breaker, we'd have a better pick.
With a sterling 29% shooting percentage on threes, Heyward has all the tools to
Buckley, what were the "chips" that Utah were holding?To find that out was
the only reason I read this article and you disappointed.How bout' some
real investigative reporting.
RE terry, you hit the nail on the head, JAzz hsve never
taken risks, they have always been very conservative, just look at
draft and trade history, very safe trades, decisions based on money, and very safe draft picks,not willing take risks on athleticism
and potential.and they value theur own players way too much, much more than the rest of the league values them.
So what does D Will have to work with this year? Okur - Torn Tenden
- Few come back from-9 Mil;AK- Bad Back -18 Mil;Millsap - So So
backup- 10 Mil;CJ - Incosistent - 5 Mil;Price - Inconsistent - 2
Mil;Kufos - No Show- 1 MilHayward - Unknown 1 Mil.Mathews, Korver and Fes signing again are not much help and will cost another
9 Mil.So the Jazz have only about how many Mil to work with and they
will sign what great Free Agent?Lets see who can they trade, no one
will want Okur, AK, Price, CJ or Kufos.So that leaves D
Will, Millsap and Hayward. Looks like the Jazz will be Lottery
again next year.
Probably because the Jazz always want something for Nothing! Hey let me have
your top 6 pick for my #9 and Kosta or Fez, what a deal! Unlikely they tried to
bargain with anything of real value, they never do anything to rock the boat!