Utah Jazz: Nuggets present tough test; Tinsley, Evans team up for sweet alley-oop

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  • Kakashi Tokyo, Japan
    April 3, 2013 6:45 p.m.


    Trey Burke is an interesting prospect....but...for me...he is a shoot first PG and is not much of a Defender...Trey Burke can be a good defender...but i dont think he is that interested in that part of the game...he shoots pull up 3s often...and that is bad...in my opinion...If the Jazz Brass are looking for Kanter and Favors as a future...use the pics on a wing and a backup quality PF/C...try to get an early 2nd round or late 1st round pick...and pick up Myck Kabongo....Kabongo is a pass first point guard...displays high basketball IQ and is a good defender...he doesnt look for his own shot and is rank low on that part but he doesnt have to since he could become an excellent catch and shoot player...he is sort of a gambler on D...and might get into foul trouble being away from the ball...but overall...i like him as a PG rather than Trey Burke...just my 2 cents...because i think..the other 4 guys can score with Myck getting catch and shoot opportunities..

  • DougC San Diego, CA
    April 3, 2013 3:55 p.m.

    Since manu is out for 3~4 weeks, I think we have a great chance of winning a few games against spurs if we make the playoffs. I will miss Kanter though. It looks like we can't get Burke with our pick even if we do not make playoff. I hope we make playoff and trade our pick and gs pick to move up in the draft to pick Trey Burke.

  • Americanvet Ivins, UT
    April 3, 2013 12:08 a.m.

    I'm disappointed that Lawson will not be playing for Denver. The Jazz have looked good lately but it's been against bad teams and/or teams playing without their best players. Beating Denver will be nice if we can do it, but I just wish we could do it when they are at full strength so we can get a better idea how good the Jazz are right now.