Utah Jazz notebook: Kyle Weaver cheered up by call up

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  • BillM75 Salt Lake City, UT
    April 2, 2011 12:46 p.m.

    I like this kid, tho he'll never be a star. ALready better than Price ever will be. Jazz have to go young and then coach the kids, not just talk about how John n' Karl did it.

    Bringing in inexpensive washed up cripples for patchwork playoff runs is an old Sloan/LHM trick dating back to the days of Frank Layden & Billy Paultz and needs to be forgotten about entirely.

    Rebuilding teams have to go young, gamble on size & athleticism, coach the kids non-stop, and get lucky in the draft. Worked for OKC & Chicago, right?

    Harris needs to be the oldest player on the roster next season, maybe AK if he'll take a huge, well-justified paycut. No more Elsons, etc. Bell is just a bad fit turned cancerous, God bless Memo but he's 32 with a bad back.

  • Vince the boonies, mexico
    April 2, 2011 11:12 a.m.

    Weaver is a good keeper who can play both the 1 & 2 in reserve. I'm not sure about Watson though his line for 35 minutes was terrible last night much like many past games. Weaver showed me something when he went to the floor and saved a turnover, and many other players on this team should show this kind of hustle or be gone. Desire and effort wins games just like VCU and Butler show in the NCAA'S, not what you did last year or what you might do, it's what you do daily. See you later Bell, Elson, Okur, Price Watson, A.K. and possibly Milsap, C.J. or Jefferson for trades with picks or under the new CBA dropped players because of salary caps. Build the foundation "strong" Kevin!