Kyle Weaver uncertain about his future with Utah Jazz

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  • B Russ Ephraim, UT
    April 10, 2011 10:43 a.m.

    I like what I see from this kid and hope they resign him. He is long enough and athletic enough to guard people at his position. He plays defense and doesn't have a problem getting back out to defend the 3 pt. shot. On offense Weaver and Haywood are the only ones on the team shooting above 40% (42.9% and 43.3% respectively) from 3pt. land. Both these guys need to play more. Miles needs to play less or not at all until he can get his act together which may never happen. Weaver and Hayward at the two is a better option than Miles or a small out of position point guard. They both stay in front of their man and are long enough to defend the two guards in this league. Go Jazz!