I saw Britton play this summer and he looked like the best big man at the revue.
I just hope he can be consistant when given the chance. Good luck.
Malfuntion?Probally?dosen't?I wouldn't be lecturing
anyone about failing to understand something if I couldn't spell.In
your language: ain't no use to rite if'n you cain't spel.
Not a chance for Britt -- sorry. I love the Utes. He was a integral part of the
Final Four run. He dunked on Labron James in his first NBA game and became an
online legend for doing so.That said - he is getting some bad advise
on which team to try out for. The Jazz are loaded with swing players. I'd say this is the Miller's or the Jazz organization doing B.J. a favor. In
order to get a decent money contract in Europe you have to have been close to an
NBA contract in order to pull the fans there. We've seen this before with other
BYU players and Utah players. Good luck to Brit. He's a top notch
guy and can play in the NBA given the right opportunity. Just not with a
contender like the Jazz likely.
I would take a second glanceat anyone using their real names, which I doubt most
do. To use anonymous, in my opinion, which probally dosen't matter to anyone but
me, is a sign of malfuntion of the brain. Please stay off of something you
probally don't understand.
Funny how the comment "who cares" from someone some bozo calling themselves
the position is pack hello. and is he in his early 30's pleaaaaaaaaaaaaase. i
rest my case
Good for him. I hope he makes it.