I still have respect for Brewer and Korver. Brewer was traded. They didn't
re-sign Korver because of a "business decision", and he was classy
when he left. I have no respect for Loozer. It's always been about him, and a
bigger payday, not his team.
I think the biggest thing that boozer did for the jazz was show us how many
crazy injuries and what a 'long' time it takes to get them healed, how soft a
towel was when he needed one ever two seconds, and how he can grip the ball and
have to touch it ALWAYS WITHOUT FAIL when someone is shooting free throws!
Korver and Brewer,although,deserve to be here. No hard feelings for both of
those two exceptional young men.
Luv Brew & Korv but they and Booz are all being way overpaid. Are they
better than what we have now? Of course, but not for that money.Wes
on the other hand...sigh...
This is funny stuff. Brewer and Korver make around 5 million each and there
numbers are nowhere near what CJ's numbers are. CJ needs a raise.
re: Doug10You said that you could count on Boozer's 20/10 every
night. I think you meant to say you could count on his 20/10 2 out of 3
nights....with the third night Boozer sitting out with an unknown injury that
seemed to take longer than normal to heal.
I for one miss all three of them,I think we were a better team last with
them,Boozer,Korver,Brewer> GH,AJ and Bell...not even close
The Jazz miss Korver as they are short white guys who cannot defend or dribble
the basketball.Brewer was always a heads up player and has found
ahome where the team can implement his skillset and pay him better than the
Jazz. Good job Brewer.To Mr. Burley as you attempt to besmudge
" the other Dude" just remember it was he on whose shoulders the Jazz
rode for years as the JAzz contended as a playoff team. It was he who knew how
to operate in a pick and roll offense, something the Jazz are missing now. It
was he who gave the Jazz a 20/10 every night, they could depend on.Now between Jefferson, CJ and Bell the Jazz get 20/10 again but it is 20
misses and 10 turnovers.Boozer was an elite athlete and basketball
player who made the Jazz a better team than they were before and you don't have
to ask me, listen to their coach. Sloan was not a fickle fan who
got his feelings hurt, he knew he had a player with Boozer, and with Boozer the
Jazz were capable of beating anyone.
I have nothing but good feelings for Kyle Korver and Ronnie Brewer. They left
here with their heads held high and are sure to receive a warm welcome from Jazz
fans.As for the other Dude ...