After seeing Big Al lay the ball in on the fast break with Raja Bell, I was
gonna post that it's time for DWill to pay Big Al $25 for every dunk (like he
did for Matt Harpring.)I cringed when I saw Big Al's statement
"That's why I don't like to dunk." This is horrible. I'm okay with
John Stockton not liking to dunk, but we need our big men to attack the rim.
It's my biggest concern with Jefferson, he just doesn't go full force to the
hoop. Somebody please teach him to love to dunk.
Dunk with authority Jefferson! He should never have been knocked to the floor
like he was on that hard foul by McGee without taking care of his business on
the other end with McGee later. This team is too soft with their excuse me
fouling. Too bad Sloan can't show them some of his old film on how to
administer a foul on a player. When teams like the Wizards can manhandle the
Jazz the way they did with impunity it drives me crazy. This team does not send
statements about who owns their paint. How about taking care of business with
the rookie John Wall? Is he untouchable? Apparently Stern has said hands off
the rook. Setting an assists record? Come on! The Jazz were simple
sleepwalking other than Deron. The way things are going, the Jazz will be
hanging on by their fingernails at the end of this trip.
As soon as I saw Big Al go down, I thought to myself "Oh great, now he'll
never dunk it again."Looks like I might be right.
Sloan should sit Al and let Memo Starts!
Hey GoodGuyGary messageboarder....what's up? Okur is practically finished. How
can he be better starting than Al Jefferson? That is just not something Jerry
Sloan can do. Jefferson was brought in to fill the gap that Carlos Boozer left
in his have gun will travel escapade. Memo can not guard people and gets backed
down routinely by other bigs on the opposition. He gives up much more than he
provides when he is on the floor. Deron Williams and the other players have to
work a lot harder to cover up Memo's shortcomings. I like Memo as a person
but......it's over for him. The Jazz are forced to use him because Fesenko is
so inept when he comes in, and makes it even worse for the team. I don't know
what is going on, but I think CJ Miles continues to reside in Sloan's doghouse
with his sporatic appearances. Apparently, he just didn't fit on the floor
versus the Wizards. I still can't believe that loss. It should never have
happened. New Jersey is a similar type of team, as are the 76ers. Boston and
Los Angeles are legit. Jazzhavenoanwserforthem.
Um,backside pain. Thats what this Jazz team does to many of us fans. Snap out of
it or go home cry baby's, this is supposed to be a man's game. I've about had it
with this bunch of softies.