Utah Jazz: LeBron James and Dwyane Wade speak highly of Jazz system

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  • kosimov Riverdale, UT
    Dec. 22, 2012 4:29 p.m.

    These guys are all class, as their remarks show. Somehow, fans expect the players to be as one-dimensional in their opinions of other teams as fans are. With all the moving around of players from year to year, they are conditioned to speak well of each other simply by the circumstances. When you play with a guy for a couple years, then against him for a couple more, then maybe with him again, you tend to focus more on his game than on his team affiliation. There are many in the NBA who are very good, but do not get to play because there are other players who are just a little better, or perhaps the coach prefers other players in the game for various reasons (such is the case for Jimmer Fredette in Sacramento, and that is sad because some good players languish in places like Sacramento).

    The NBA has the best players in the world. They are professionals so they play hard against each other; its nothing personal. My best friend drew blood when we played each other but we still loved each other after the game. When people compete they try to win!