Jazz in the near future hope to steal Oklahoma City's thunder

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  • TerryHaimes Sturgis, MS
    April 17, 2018 7:33 p.m.

    All right!!! Comments from people that are watching the Jazz and paying attention.

    If Mitchell is hindered or not, please Snyder please, play Exum, Neto and Burks. The time for the Jazz is now, now, now. Go Jazz.

  • water rocket Magna, UT
    April 17, 2018 12:06 p.m.

    WOW, for someone who follows sports, Brad seemed to have missed the fact that the Jazz are already in a better position that the Thunder, considering their records over the last half of this season. The Rockets had the best record over the second half of this season, and the Jazz were right there with them. Rubio has had the best season of his career. Mitchell is only a rookie, and already considered all star worthy. Ingles has made improvements every year he has been with the Jazz. Gobert is hands down the best defender in the NBA, and improving offensively. Favors is showing why the Jazz wanted him in the first place. Burk is improving, and Exum is finally getting healthy. I don't think the Jazz want to be like the Thunder. Maybe it is the other way around? I like the direct the Jazz are going.

  • CJL2020 Provo, UT
    April 17, 2018 11:54 a.m.

    The Jazz want to be more like some team that who even with 3 all stars can't finish any better than them in the final season standings, yeah right. This whole notion sounds laughable and to be honest I'm surprised the rockmonster is putting such a goofy idea out there and regarding it as intelligent. Yeah, sorry the Jazz as a young developing team already stand shoulder to shoulder with these over hyped guys. In reality the main premise behind this team is winning though defense, something that isn't typically associated with these type of hype players. Personally I'm proud of them just the way are, finding a way to win that involves a bit of pioneering.

  • clearthink Salt Lake City, UT
    April 17, 2018 8:04 a.m.

    Don't underestimate the international influence of the Jazz.

    I was in China years ago. The cab driver asked where I was from. I said "Salt Lake City." He'd never heard of it, despite the Winter Olympics. So I said, "Utah." Still, he had no idea. Next, I said, "Utah Jazz." He perked up. "Utah Jazz!" he said, with a thumbs up.

    In Taiwan, I bought a can of Sprite with Karl Malone printed on it.

    In Russia, I bought a set of Russian nesting dolls with the Jazz players.