Wow, it’s been since the summer since either of us slackers (Ben and myself) have posted anything – even throughout this tumultuous season which I have been following every game of! I was responding to a comment on the post that describes how we got the Knicks draft pick this year, and it got me talking about the possibilities and also about the controversial Brewer trade. I thought I’d copy some of it here and expand on it a little.
First, what to think of the Ronnie Brewer trade for nothing but a future 1st round pick from the Memphis Grizzlies.
20mg levitra canada Does this improve the Jazz? For now or the future? Did it hurt them? Let’s take a look at some pros and cons and then I’ll share my opinion:
(1) Jazz save several million dollars – Brewer’s salary, doubled because of the dollar for dollar luxury tax.
(2) Jazz get a future 1st round draft pick from the Grizz. Will it be used on another player? Or coupled with something else to acquire a much better draft pick or player?
(3) Jazz wing players AK, Wes Matthews, Kyle Korver, and CJ Miles all get more minutes, more experience and should be happier and improve with the added playing time.
(4) Jazz get SOMEthing in return for Brewer, who was somewhat likely to leave for nothing in free agency because he and the Jazz were apparently far off in new contract negotiations.
(5) Jazz don’t lose much because the play of Matthews and AK had made Brewer, and his lack of shooting expendable.
I think I speak for the majority of Jazz fans by saying, “We’re very glad that you are staying here with us!” The Jazz and its fan-base are excited to see you come back and bring your unique skill set to the court for the next few years. Many have called your work ethic as “going beyond what is expected” and we are grateful for that. Your rebounding skills, and willingness to viagra no prescription go out and give 110% each game is an excellent example not only to other NBA players, but to all fans and those that play the game.
As fans, we only have a couple of humble requests to ask of you… We are not ordering you to do these things, just consider them as your continue your amazing career with the Jazz: Read the rest of this entry »
According to the Utah Jazz website and confirmed by Espn.com, the Jazz will match the offer given by the Blazers to Paul Millsap. The deal is for 4 years and is worth around 32 million with a 10.3 million signing bonus. Read the rest of this entry »
It has been a constant he said/they said relationship with the Utah Jazz and starting Power Forward Carlos Boozer for the past couple months. To tell you honestly, I am sick of it! Don’t get me wrong Carlos Boozer is a great player, but seriously, get over yourself, and don’t let the door hit you on the way out of Utah. Read the rest of this entry »
There has been a lot of Utah Jazz news lately dealing with many shifts in contracts and with players on the current Jazz roster. The largest issue right now is whether the Jazz should keep Paul Millsap, or not.
They sit down with a few of the talented Jazz Dancers and ask them questions about viagra online stores the life of a Jazz Dancer, including: Workout routines, eating habits, hair & make-up, and personal life.
If you’ve ever wanted to personally chat with a Jazz Dancer, or learn the secrets of what it’s like, here’s your chance…. Check out the awesome video and article below by clicking “Read More”….. Read the rest of this entry »
Hopefully not! At least not this year… Though this season has been disappointing (an understatement!), I’m optimistic the Jazz can eventually get healthy and make a push for at least a playoff spot. They are however, due the New York Knicks first-round pick most likely next year. I’ll explain how we got it, and what the complicated protection clauses are.
With all of the talk about Carlos Boozer and his contract/free agency options, and all of the talk about Lebron James and the rest of the 2010 free agent class, I thought I would take a look at who all will be available in that 2010 offseason. Any players the Jazz might likely look at?
First of all, let’s take a look at what things will or could affect whether the Jazz have roster spots or salary space for any of the 2010 free agents: Read the rest of this entry »
Just when most of us Jazz fans thought that the Jazz couldn’t possibly suffer more injuries, we watched in horror as Jazz Forward Paul Millsap collapsed and rolled around in pain with what looked just like the same buy viagra uk knee injury that Carlos Boozer sustained over a month ago. However, Millsap returned to play the second half, which breathed a huge sigh of relief for Jazz fans, and surely the Jazz team as well.
The Salt Lake Tribune has posted 2 articles in regards to Carlos boozer’s strangely-timed comments about his contract situation (links listed at the bottom). Boozer apparently was just having casual conversation with an ESPN reporter, and I’m sure we are all aware of the Read the rest of this entry »
their own version of the NBA Power Rankings. I had listed that they will be released on Sundays, but Ben or I will probably create them after Sunday night’s games, so watch for them as early as Sunday, but probably on Mondays.
As written in the disclaimer, no prescription online pharmacy we are Jazz fans, we don’t follow really any other team. So the opinion, analysis, and commentary on any other team is often a researched, but educated guess, or mere observation. I try to be as factual, informative, and as objective as possible, but at the very least, I am hoping that this version of the Power Rankings will be interesting and entertaining for everyone.
On to the Rankings….. (click “Read the rest of this entry” then click on the link at the bottom)
The Jazz Junkies.com has finished Volume 1 of their original series “Jazz Player MVP Rankings.” Every Sunday we will rank every Jazz player from 1-15 based on how valuable they are to the Jazz based on how they are playing so far this year. canada pharmacy chewable viagra Think of it as a player “power rankings”. The rankings and comments are the opinions of the staff, so we would love to hear your comments! Please keep them civil.