Oh Houdini.......That is back-to-back big games for CJ. 5 - 6 from downtown.
He took over the game at the end of the 3rd quarter and start of the fourth
after the starters gave the game away.Even Jefferson said he would
be starting on other teams. Respect.Jazz win every time CJ plays
over 20 minutes.
Ya gotta love the way Jefferson complements his teammates and MEANS it!The camaraderie on this team is starting to help it jell together. Keep it up
Jazz and you'll be devastatingly hard to beat by the end of the season.
I guess my name is Thomas because when this team can consistently score like
they did the first half against the top teams then I will believe.
Ahem...97-96 is not a double digit lead. Probably reported the wrong score...
CJ very talent young man. Only thing need is consistency. When his shot falling
it's almost unstoppable. Keep up good work.
I love it when CJ plays and scores like he did last night. That is how I think
he can be most nights.I've seen a little thing but important thing in CJ's
shooting this year, he seems to be shooting much straighter this year, even his
misses are straight, short or long but straight. His concentration on straight
seems better. Last year his shots very all over the place (left, right, short,
long).With Big Al & Milsap inside and DWill's all around game and AK's
hustle, scrappy play on both ends and then if CJ can play like he has the last
two games the Jazz are hard to beat.If I were CJ's coach or Dad I'd say, I
loved your game last night but I'd love to see you take it to the hole more and
get to the line. I don't think he shot any foul shots last night. Big Al
is showing good improvement on O, but it is his presence on D I like almost as
much or more, big upgrade over Boozer.
Jazz should have kept one more player until Memo comes back. Ten players dressed
is a little thin.
i loved it just not to happy with our back up 2. It has always been a problem
and still is. Go get a great 2 guard. Go Jazz
The headline should read sixth man nailing threes and so is the 7th man except
he is in Chicago now. Jazz should have kept Korver until waywerd learned the
game which by Jazz standards are 3 years or more for guys who did not finish
school. Hayward was in the game for eight and half minutes was 0-2 on two of the
ugliest shots I have seen. Mean while Korver was in for 21 minutes was 7-10 from
the field and 4-6 from three with 2 rebounds and 2 assists and 1 turnover.Although Kyle was not the best defender he did spread the floor. Many did not
like Brewer because he couldn't hit the outside shot but he defended and
rebounded decently as well as moved well with out the ball. I would take either
Korver or Brewer over Heyward any day. Hayward still does not have a three four