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Utah Jazz: NBA veteran Brian Cook added to training camp roster

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  • panamadesnews Lindon, UT
    Sept. 28, 2013 10:31 a.m.

    The Jazz are again trying to find that illusive diamond in the rough that they have previously been able to nurture into a great player. Hope it works out again this year. Looking forward to the Jazz season this year. It will be very interesting, with the youth movement and the veterans with a year left on their contracts, which will put the Jazz in a great position next year to re-sign those who perform well, and/or sign free agents as well. I think some will have break-out years, since they are in a renewing contract year and will try very hard to impress the Utah Jazz management. That seems to bring out the best in some players.

    Good luck, guys. Go Jazz!

  • SWWeatherGuy South Weber, UT
    Sept. 29, 2013 7:18 p.m.

    "I think some will have break-out years, since they are in a renewing contract year and will try very hard to impress the Utah Jazz management. That seems to bring out the best in some players."

    I really hope any that have break-out years do so because they are working their butts off like they always do. I don't want any players on the Jazz that don't have enough pride to put it out there every time they step on the court. They are, after all, playing a game as a profession for more money than a typical person will ever see. It's offensive to me when players "take nights off" or otherwise don't give it everything they've got. It's offensive to me when a player will "bring out their best" when their contract it up. If fact, I hope the Jazz have just cleared out a few players like that.