Rudy Gobert’s strong defensive campaign with the Utah Jazz was fueled by charitable challenge

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  • JBQ Saint Louis, MO
    June 24, 2018 7:20 p.m.

    It is easy to understand just why Rudy is so good with kids. He is nothing more than a big kid and that is why he is so lovable himself.---Nevertheless, his defensive prowess needs to be accentuated with offensive development which has just not happened. During the playoffs of last season, Kevin McHale commented on such. This season during the playoffs, Reggie Miller remarked on such. The Jazz need to get off the snide and stop patting Rudy on the head for being such a lovable defensive wizard. They need to take it the next step and turn him into a Kareem Abdul Jabbar and an offensive threat.

  • Jazzer-in-Alaska Soldotna, AK
    June 24, 2018 4:09 p.m.

    There are those who do good things for others, and I am so glad that they exist. Rudy is the type of man that inspires other to good things as well, and this puts him in a place of inspiration. He inspires his team, he inspires his country, he inspires those that know of his deeds. He will never run for President, he's not stupid, but he works harder that most at his trade and finds time to help those in need of help. What kind of planet would this be like if we were all a little more like Rudy. Thanks Rudy!!!

  • Buck49 Washington, UT
    June 24, 2018 10:34 a.m.

    Good man who thinks about and does great things for others instead of it’s all about me.