Utah Jazz: Modest two-game winning 'streak' boosts Jazz's spirits, confidence

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  • Americanvet Ivins, UT
    Dec. 4, 2013 4:49 p.m.

    This game against the Pacers will be be a nice chance to see how the Jazz are progressing. As they say on any given night any team can win, but odds are against the Jazz winning this game. All I want to see is the Jazz play hard and see signs of continued improvement. For me in the long run losing this game, and many more to come will benefit the Jazz at draft time but I do want to see that our players are learning and getting better. That will only make us tougher next year when we add some high draft picks from the deep college draft next June.

  • Jazz Source Alpine, UT
    Dec. 4, 2013 2:24 p.m.

    "Trey was ranked as one of the best guys out there. He had a great senior year in college basketball and he was rated one of the best..."

    Poor Corbin. Somebody ought to let him know that Trey Burke came out of College after his sophomore season. Truly embarrassing that Corbin does not know his own player.

    I suspect Indiana will make our new-found offense disappear tonight. They put the defensive clamps and hold teams to a stunning 87.6 pts per game.

    Everyone will be whining up a storm tomorrow when it appears once again the Jazz can't shoot when in reality it is Indiana defense.

    It would be nice if Favors could get some of the same "verticality" defense calls that Hibbert gets. Favors gets zero respect from refs. His fourth season and still rookie calls against him. The integrity of the NBA game is really a farce. Stern ought to get clue and cut out the superstar calls and blatant referee favoritism. It antagonizes fans.

    Does the NFL not call intentional grounding on Tom Brady when it is? How about helmet to helmet? It is what it is. Get a clue Stern.