Rodney Hood, Alec Burks share Utah Jazz brotherhood in new Cleveland Cavaliers experience

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  • rvalens2 Burley, ID
    Jan. 4, 2019 4:10 p.m.

    The day Alec and Rodney return to Utah for a game against the Jazz, I doubt anyone will "boo" them. While we, as fans, hoped for more from both — neither has done anything to warrant anything but cheers.

    Good luck to both Alec and Rodney.

  • P5Proud Santa Monica, CA
    Jan. 4, 2019 9:07 a.m.

    Can't think of two former players who I like and respect more. Granted, this is a road game, but when they come to Utah I will cheer for them and if you are going to do anything less, it might be wise to not be sitting next to old P5Proud! Heh! If I hear booing, you will be taken by the arm and I will not so gently escort you to the arena floor where you will be permitted to apologize to said players before I then escort you back to your seat. You will be given permission to watch the game if I am feeling generous and will be told when to cheer--and who for. When you cheer, it will be loudly and positively. If you are good, I will allow one bathroom visit per half and some nachos. Rodney and Alec were good ones for the Jazz and they WILL be treated as such in my presence or I will know the reason why. Go Jazz.