Utah Jazz: NBA franchises' fortunes can change quickly

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  • The Rocker Bountiful, UT
    Jan. 16, 2011 6:36 p.m.

    @Old Timer. Unfortunately you are right about greed and the destruction of sports. But that does not mean that every good person in this world can do something to make a difference. Showing kindness does more than you can ever imagine. Being charitable.
    I respect Antoine Jamison for playing on losing teams and still giving all he has and working hard.
    The Cavs owner is not good at his job at all. I don't blame Lebron James for leaving. Larry Miller was a great owner who loved and respected his team.

  • Old Timer the boonies, mexico
    Jan. 16, 2011 11:01 a.m.

    Jerry Sloan is exactly right in his analysis of the NBA. It's not just the NBA but all pro sports that are in this same cubicle. The spoiled brats performing, the greedy owners and the greedy media are going to kill the goose that laid the golden egg very quick if things don't change dramatically soon. People are going broke feeding all of the aboves appetites, and it will soon be the rich competing amoung themselves for existence! It used to be a spectator sport but that has changed, it now is a corporate sport. Sad, but I have almost lost "all" of my enthusiasim for all sports the last few years and I don't think I'm alone! Greed is now ruling and running this world.