So the Jazz trade E.M. and then say they need another PG. Why didn't they just
keep him in the first place. He was doing a great job.
Who cares. They're going to add some D-league or ex-NBA player who will never
leave the bench. In fact, he may even be sitting behind that bench in a suit.
Maybe Loozer can give him his tailor's card.
By the looks of things the Jazz need far more than one player. Blow it up and
sounds like business as usual. The hole in the Jazz dyke has grown to monumental
proportions and the management does not even realize it. They are going to blow
the whole business with foolish spending like the Obama administration is doing
to this country to bankrupt it. I guess it is a sign of the times. Where is our
I think a significant trade is going to happen before the trade deadline.
Perhaps, really soon. I sense guys are looking over their shoulders after the
Maynor deal, thinking...am I going to be traded next?? I just sense with the
latest string of losses that it really forces the Jazz hand to make a deal. They
need to do something major to show the fans they want to improve. A trade would
be the best PR move right now.
O'Connor is going to do exactly what he always does....nothing. He will sign
some DLeague slacker to a 10 day contract or bring back Brev Knight. This team
has gone down the crapper quickly. Well I guess there is always the first 10
games of next year to get excited about.
Keep D Will, blow up the rest, (especially Memo) bad chemistry and too little
defense! Time to bring in a new coach to put his own stamp on the team, not
fair to leave Sloan in for one more year to reshape the team before handing it
over to a new coach with a different coaching style.BTW, New Orleans
only had two road wins all year, best cure for that is playing the JAZZ!!!
Tracy McGrady needs a team to play for..... yeah right. I know, I know, KEEP
I'll do it. I'll sign a stinking contract with the Jazz. I was hoping to get
to play on a "real" team, but I guess this will have to do.
Perhaps more than one??
Still think he was worth all that money, still think he is better than Boozer?
The Jazz should never have paid him that kind of money.
They need to do something and quick or they wont make the playoffs. Im hoping
for a big trade get Memo out of there and Miles and AK.
last night: stats show Maynor outplayed Price-again....This is the
issue:12th man,,prediction-Jazz will wait until 1159 pm and sign the
"New Dog no one has ever heard of"Keith Mcleodcomment:
HEE HEE HEE HEECan he make one shot in 10 fansHEE
Until Sloan decides to be consistent in the rotation the Jazz will inconsistenly
play. PLAY & START WES MATTHEWS, he knows how to play defense. The bleachers are
going to look pretty empty until they can get their act together.
It looks like Sloan pitting his players against each other for playing time has
backfired. Everyone is out for number one! No team spirit now it's all each
man for himself. At least when the rotation was consistent each player knew he
would get playing time and they cheered each other on. Matthews ruined the team
spirit and destroyed their winning team. Everyone wants to get rid of CJ, but
it's Matthews that needs to go!
I didn't seem that defense was the problem last night. Scoring points seemed to
be the problem. How is playing Matthews going to help that?
The jazz have the fewest technicals in the NBA. They just don't care enough to
risk $1,000 on a technical foul. They lack passion and it shows on the court.
This is why fans are booing. Getting out-hustled at home. It makes me wish I
could sell my tickets- but nobody would buy them today. Need a new coach.
Underachieving is a sign the coach is failing.
save the season. They can not rely on Korver getting well. They have
to open up the inside offense or they have to replace Sloan and rebuild with a
new approach. DWill has a sprained wrist. I am not sure
if the FO goes for a wing who can shoot or a back up PG. If they could get both
in the same player that might be good. The crisis is bad enough that
the FO is going to have to do something to fix the bleeding. A D-leaguer is not
going to fix the inside offense. Miller can not support Sloan much
longer. Another month of this and he will be forced to replace Sloan. Juggling players may buy Sloan time but forcing bad trades will only make it
worse in the long run. Integrating new players is messy in the short run. If Sloan can not open up the inside offense he is gone. About the only hope is to get a wing who can shoot. That wing then
has to learn the offense. However, he could just jack 3s (like CJ only hit
them). Wafer is cheap. 10 days would not hurt anything.
Sign a nobody just to fulfill the NBA rules. Tell him that he doesn't even have
to come to the gym. Sign him to the minimum and let him be the waterboy.
Matthews has ruined this team,selfish,can`t shoot,and plays no defense,he should
never leave the bench
Just think about all the individual talent the Jazz team has! Any other coach
in the league would be delirious with this team. Trouble is the system used by
the Jazz does not play to the strength of the players. Someone needs to blow up
the Jazz play book and start fresh! We can trade and trade and trade, but when
a player comes to the Jazz he must fit in that system. That stale system
handcuffs the talents....soooo you all can talk all you want about trades, but
when a player is in Utah he must sacrifice all the enjoyment of playing
basketball he has ever known to hack the ball inside and let someone turn it
over time and time again. Is is frustrating....certainly is to both players and
the fans. Is it time to play to our teams talent? A great big yes! Why the
management can't see this is very baffling. We have the players we need to
win...the system just needs retooling! Leave the players alone! Get some
insight coaching staff!
@ Miles - Your an idiot! Because the kid comes out and hustles every second he
is on the court you think he is selfish. CJ should try it and then everyone
could hate hime even more!
I totally agree ...can't stand to watch Matthews play!He always looks like he's
in motion, but he doesn't know where he's going. He's trying to make a name for
himself as a defensive tool but he runs all over the floor saying "see me Jerry,
see me, I'm a stud. Play me". It isn't a pretty sight.