FANTASTIC production on both the starting lineup intros (loved the mid-90s All-Star Game intro feel)…
…and the intro video:
Win or loss, so excited for this season!
** Quin Snyder on the game
It didn’t feel like there was a real good flow to the game for us offensively, except for that one period in the third where, you know, we got some good stuff off our defense and found a little juice…They played better than us, and shot it better than us, and we didn’t guard very well.
** Snyder on the Jazz’s defensive performance
Defensively, there was a number of things. You could probably, there’s some kind of absolutes, that if they don’t happen, it gets really hard to win. And one of ‘em is getting beat middle. Probably the most, the thing that I’ve ha–I think suffered the most was our transition defense, which is the thing that we’ve spent the most time on. I don’t know if it was the, you know, the enthusiasm and the excitement of the first game. Some of it’s Houston, the way that they run. But there were a lot of possessions where, you know, I’ve seen our team sprint back, and you know, and show a larger crowd and it, we weren’t as good in that tonight. We weren’t as sharp. We weren’t as urgent. So that, you know, I, the good news is, I think we can, you know, we’ve done that. You know, we just gotta have a better focus and I think that’s gonna happen at times with a younger group. You know, we have to keep coming back to what’s important, and keep training ourselves that way.
** Gordon Hayward on the game
Just didn’t knock [shots] down…I didn’t shoot the ball well at all tonight, and those days will happen. And so, for the most part, I don’t think we should overreact. You know, we still hang, hung tough, played ‘em pretty well down the stretch, like I said. It’s just a couple little things that can take us from where we were at tonight, and, to getting a couple more stops and turning it into a lead our way. You know, so, I mean, it’s things that we can learn from a team like Houston, so.
** Derrick Favors on where he wants to see improvements in tomorrow’s game
Just come out with a little bit more urgency. I think we’re a little lacking energy right now, but I think tomorrow night it’ll be a different game.
** Favors on if it’s an emphasis for him to help block shots
Nah, just going out there, doing what they pay me to do.
** Trey Burke on the game
You know, I think we played good for the most part. Played bad in the first half on the defensive end. And you know, going into the second half, we picked it up but they went on another run and we didn’t get over the hump. That’s a playoff team, though, and we have to understand that we can’t come out the way we did in the first half and expect to beat them…We have to have a higher level of focus, you know, starting the game, and that’s gon lead over to the second half.
** Dante Exum, asked for his thoughts on his first NBA game
You know, obviously wanted to get the first win, but you know, we got 81 games left so it’s just about kind of moving on from this and you know, looking at what we can do to improve. You know, I’m sure the coaching staff is looking at film right now ’cause we gotta turn around and play a game tomorrow, so.
** Exum on what were the high points of tonight
Yeah, I think, you know, getting that first shot, you know, was a real confidence boost for me. But you know, I think just trying to, finding my time when I can attack more and you know, get into the paint, you know, create for [my teammates]…I found Rudy [Gobert] tonight. You know, I’m hoping to build that relationship a bit more and you know, find him a bit more.
Random Stuff, etc.
** People who think Donatas Montiejunas is from Greece: Craig Bolerjack
** People who can’t tell Montiejunas and Kostas Papanikolaou apart (repeatedly), or pronounce their names: Craig Bolerjack (H/T @Mark_R_Pereira)
** People calling Alec Burks “Tr’Alec”: Matt Harpring
** People calling Trevor Booker “Brooke” to his face: Steve Brown (H/T @halloweenhead)
** People calling Papanikolaou “the other guy, I can’t pronounce his last name”: Trey Burke
** People calling Papanikolaou “um, the left-handed kid”: Gordon Hayward
** People calling Papanikolaou “Montiejunas”: Quin Snyder
** Enes Kanter is entering restricted free agency:
** The Jazz announced a sellout, but…
** After the game:
Unintentional Dirty Quote Machines of the Night (UDQM)
** Matt Harpring on LeBron James and the upcoming Cavaliers game not being sold out: It blows my mind. You get one time to see this guy come…[long pause]…to Salt Lake. (H/T @its_computers)
** Harpring on Rodney Hood: He’s got a great stroke. Look at the bench. Loving the stroke as well.
** Harpring on Dwight Howard and Rudy Gobert: Howard just can’t get open down there. He is trying, and Gobert doing a nice job of frustrating Howard.
** Harpring on how Gobert will “surprise-dunk-on-over” people: They just don’t realize that he’s behind you, and how long he is. He’s gonna go up over the back, and get up to you.
** Harpring: And Houston is just spreading out the Utah Jazz right now.
** Gordon Hayward on opening night jitters: I know there’s gonna be butterflies on the first night for everybody.
Today’s Opponent Game Thread host: The Dream Shake.
I don’t know what’s funnier about the Jazz, their hopelessly dorky fans or that they gave hayward a max contract.
by AlltheSillyPeople on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:14 PM
Why do I have Jazz announcers…
Donutus Moteeyunus out of Greece.
by alvinsportsfan on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:28 PM
Jazz Announcers are poor,they don’t do their research
by NVP on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:28 PM
I’m a Jazz fan
and even I’m sorry if you’re stuck with Matty and Boler
by BadVoodoo on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:29 PM
First stream I got was the Jazz one
I thought of Harpring, and immediately searched for a CSN one. They may be homers, but at to the Rockets.. :D
by PunkRocket on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:31 PM
The Jazz announcers
keep calling Pap Smear DMo
by Bobbythegreat on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:28 PM
Yeah they’re pretty fucking awful
by Michael 2k on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:29 PM
Jazz announcers just confused DMo with Big Papa
Said Motie was from Greece. Guess expecting coherency from Harpring is asking too much.
by AlltheSillyPeople on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:29 PM
Dwight ineffective vs Gobert
by goingforthecorner on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:42 PM
They’re making everything
by Michael 2k on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:44 PM
they are not missing a single thing
by WattYouTalknBoutWillis on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:44 PM
Jazz just hitting everything right now.
by Dmo_Htx on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:44 PM
Jazz shooting 70%, this is sad
by NVP on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:44 PM
This is the Jazzs’ Superbowl
playing a good team on opening night. They are basically playing at their highest maximum level. Just need to ride out the storm and we will dominate
by H&Hguy on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:46 PM
jesus this officiating is beyond awful
by H&Hguy on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:48 PM
I think the NBA
might be getting back at us for beating the Lakers.
by Bobbythegreat on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:50 PM
what can you do?
by Michael 2k on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:51 PM
Gobert is fucking shit up
by just being tall
by Michael 2k on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:52 PM
Harden is being shut down by Favors and the refs, basically.
by KLP713 on Oct 29, 2014 | 8:57 PM
just fuck the Jazz. All there is to it. Fuck the Jazz
by H&Hguy on Oct 29, 2014 | 9:00 PM
These refs are beyond terrible
by Michael 2k on Oct 29, 2014 | 9:02 PM
Need to get their frontline in foul trouble.
Its annoying Utah has a good coach and he’ll actually use his talent.
by Xiane on Oct 29, 2014 | 9:27 PM
Fuck these refs are awful
by Dmo_Htx on Oct 29, 2014 | 9:32 PM
Ah David Silver is in Utah tonight.
This explains much.
by Xiane on Oct 29, 2014 | 9:34 PM
its like the refs are trying to purposely foul out Harden and Howard
by WattYouTalknBoutWillis on Oct 29, 2014 | 9:44 PM
Adam Silver says he had nothing to do with the Utah Jazz run. lol.
This guy is pretty funny.
by steelblue on Oct 29, 2014 | 9:46 PM
Gobert is in
by Michael 2k on Oct 29, 2014 | 9:54 PM
He still scares me
and it’s not even skill, he’s just super fucking long. That’s a skill that will never go in a slump.
by Michael 2k on Oct 29, 2014 | 9:57 PM
Without that inside bailout call does Utah break 75?
by Xiane on Oct 29, 2014 | 10:14 PM
Just miserably weird calls on the Rockets. Doesn’t matter.
Jazz had the Commish, the refs. They aren’t good enough. Rockets are in “Eff you, let’s just end this.” mode.
by Xiane on Oct 29, 2014 | 10:15 PM
these refs are BRUTAL
by Chris D Harris on Oct 29, 2014 | 10:16 PM
a minute left.
by PunkRocket on Oct 29, 2014 | 10:16 PM
MJ would never have been MJ if these guys were the refs
by steelblue on Oct 29, 2014 | 10:16 PM
Its a win on a B2B in Utah, on opening night there, with the Commish in the building.
We weren’t meant to win this.
Jazz can’t shoot, they got all the help that could be reasonably given.
by Xiane on Oct 29, 2014 | 10:18 PM
This new Ariza is an All Star. Not joking.
by Xiane on Oct 29, 2014 | 10:19 PM
Harping kept getting DMO mixed up with Kostas early in game…
kept saying DMO hits 3 and then saying Kostas driving in the lane when it was DMO
by inquisitiveman on Oct 29, 2014 | 10:20 PM
As shitty and unpleasant an annoucer as he was a player.
by Xiane on Oct 29, 2014 | 10:23 PM
Harpring is the worst
by TexansAddict on Oct 29, 2014 | 10:37 PM
Harpring is Satan’s belch.
Jazz “Stars” are Satan’s turds.
by Xiane on Oct 29, 2014 | 10:42 PM
Rockets win, 104-93.
Jazz just sucks!
by PunkRocket on Oct 29, 2014 | 10:24 PM
And to add insult to injury, this game was streamed by the Jazz but the NBA made them lock the stream to a 75-mile radius.
At least we (or I) got this laugh out of it:
Random Stuff, etc.
** People still keeping their mouthpiece behind their ear: Enes Kanter (H/T @seanp33):
** The pink grandmas, even more totes adorbs than usual (H/T @5kl):
Unintentional Dirty Quote Machines of the Night (UDQM)
** David Locke: Rodney having a hard time getting it in. (H/T @5kl)
Today’s Opponent Game Thread host: Bright Side of the Sun.
Come on, people. Get into this game!
Just because it’s the last game of preseason, completely meaningless, not televised, Friday night, and there’s a World Series game is no reason to ignore it!
by East Bay Ray on Oct 24, 2014 | 5:13 PM
streaming on Utah Jazz site, but not in my region. Fuckers
by DragonBlade on Oct 24, 2014 | 6:10 PM
We are absolutely going to get beasted inside all year
unless we make a move
by MIDNI6HT SUN on Oct 24, 2014 | 6:15 PM
We just can’t stop anyone inside
by MIDNI6HT SUN on Oct 24, 2014 | 6:19 PM
Gameplan for all Suns opponents this year
pound the ball inside. There will be no resistance.
by MIDNI6HT SUN on Oct 24, 2014 | 6:27 PM
it sounds like
Len is getting a lot of boards.
haha with audio only, can start every sentence with “it sounds like”
by malgus on Oct 24, 2014 | 6:41 PM
he also needs to stop fouling
by Bambarra on Oct 24, 2014 | 6:42 PM
well this one might be in the deep freeze already
jazz are ’uge and len and plumlee are in foul trouble so they will offer less resistance than usual.
Doomed I say.
by malgus on Oct 24, 2014 | 6:51 PM
How is it 2014 and I can’t even get a simple illegal stream
get your shit together Utah
by Suave_Monkey on Oct 24, 2014 | 7:12 PM
why can’t we just get damn legal stream of these games by now?
by Cold Bleded on Oct 24, 2014 | 7:15 PM
Dunno if it’s just a bad stream but I’m hearing some fan in the back doing the best dead cat impersonation.
by endless_autumn_ on Oct 24, 2014 | 8:24 PM
So how is Plumlee’s new jump shot looking?
by BenchSplinters on Oct 24, 2014 | 8:30 PM
it sounds good to me
by malgus on Oct 24, 2014 | 8:35 PM
by endless_autumn_ on Oct 24, 2014 | 8:38 PM
We won while shooting 25% from three. I don’t know whether to happy or scared.
by Daredevilish on Oct 24, 2014 | 8:36 PM
You didn’t play in the last game. How are things with you?
Everything’s good. Coach [Quin] Snyder just came to me the morning of the game, and said, you know, he felt like, you know, I could use a rest today. He wanted Dante [Exum] to, you know, get more minutes, and Ian [Clark] to play more time at the point guard position…
I felt like I could’ve learned by watching. You know, last year, after I got hurt, I learned a lot by watching from the sidelines, so it’s kind of an opportunity to, you know, actually see the game from a different view. I think I was able to learn, you know, as well.
In your opinion, can you and Dante Exum coexist on the floor?
Yes, I believe so. You know, Dante, he’s a versatile guard. You know, he can play two positions. You know, at times when I do come off the court, he can play the “one.” And even when we’re on the court, at times he can play the point guard position and I can play off the ball.
So, I definitely think so. You know, it’s not gonna be easy at first, you know, obviously with him, you know, this being his first year and him having to make adjustments. So, it’s something that we can continue to work on, you know, as a tandem.
What do you think Dante has done well in this preseason so far?
Well, I think he’s definitely done a great job at, you know, being himself out there on the court. You know, I, at times I tell him to, you know, kind of slow down, and you know, just to play and relax.
You know, as a rookie, you know, this being your first year in the NBA, that’s something that I went through last year. Going out on the court, and you know, sometimes trying to do too much and then at times, you know, kinda getting discouraged, you know, if things weren’t going my way.
But he’s definitely been himself. He’s relaxed on the court, you know, since summer league. He’s slowed down more than anything, because with his size, he doesn’t have to play, you know, as fast as he thinks he does. You know, he can get into the paint and make plays, you know, when he wants to.
So, that’s something that I try to continue to encourage him on, just try to, you know, make plays for the team. You know, get in the paint and do what you do best. Just be yourself out there.
Quin Snyder said your defense has become the definition of your game. Is that something you take pride in? Are you glad to hear him say that?
Yeah, I’m definitely glad. It’s something that I do take pride in. You know, I know my, in, you know, I know I can be a good defender. And you know, last year, you know, at times I’d die on the pick and roll, and that’s where, you know, I needed to get better at.
So you know, this summer, coach Snyder came in and he kinda challenged me on it. So, it was something that I, you know, made a conscious effort to get better at, you know, in practice. And now I have to continue to, you know, get better at playing defense and it’ll carry over to e–other things. (1320)
Today’s Opponent Game Thread host: Welcome to Loud City.
The last game thread posted was eight days ago for the Thunder’s first preseason game. Shoutout to the one fan who commented his/her way through the game on the newest post on the site (an article on the Thunder’s championship window closing and contending with bad luck) all by his/her lonesome.
It may just be me but everytime I see Chesapeake Arena my mind reorganises it to Cheapskate Arena?
Is it dyslexia or a Freudian slip of some sort – projecting my doubts over ownership’s financial commitment?
by Mullayo on Oct 21, 2014 | 7:05 PM
They’re projected as a 25 win team with a deep bench but below average starters apart from Hayward and Favours.
There are also doubts Favour and Kanter can co-exist like Josh Smith, Drummond and Monroe don’t.
Thunder switch positions with Morrow and Roberson (must be on Hayward not worried by Burkes so much)
Russ, Morrow, Roberson, Ibaka, Adams
by Mullayo on Oct 21, 2014 | 7:09 PM
Aussie Dante Exum in the game – two on the court should be some kind of rule against it.
Poor refs having to hear them.
by Mullayo on Oct 21, 2014 | 7:29 PM
Russ got two steals and dunks to make it 22-16. Timeout Jazz.
7ft9in wingspan of Rudy Gobert is out there. He’s improved.
by Mullayo on Oct 21, 2014 | 7:32 PM
Rudy Gobert rejected Adams hook shot with his freakish reach
by Mullayo on Oct 21, 2014 | 7:42 PM
Kanter has 16, Favours 11 – maybe they CAN work around each other.
Kanter looks a little slimmer, Gobert has filled out and Favours is about the same.
Hayward has been shut down probably by Roberson but I haven’t been watching him.
Maybe they’ve got so much success in the lane they haven’t needed him.
by Mullayo on Oct 21, 2014 | 8:22 PM
Both teams just using 10 man rotations
This almost feels like a real game in starters minutes etc…. and we’re getting beat by a 25-win team.
by Mullayo on Oct 21, 2014 | 8:38 PM
Adams giving Morrow instructions
Something he’s been doing a lot lately to the newer players.
Wonder what the Jazz want for Gobert?
by Mullayo on Oct 21, 2014 | 8:45 PM
Rodney Hood by name hood by nature 4 fouls in 14mins
by Mullayo on Oct 21, 2014 | 8:47 PM
Gobert just grabbed Adams and swung him round for a do-si-do and a foul.
then did it all over again. Adams bad at the line again 3 of 6. 7pts
85-69 3rd quarter over.
by Mullayo on Oct 21, 2014 | 8:50 PM
Kanter is a handfull and has 21, Trey Burke 18 has improved his scoring efficiency 7-14
by Mullayo on Oct 21, 2014 | 8:55 PM
Skinny Kanter looking like a star scorer. Gobert and Trey Burke improved. Favour and Hayward.
Maybe they’re not such easybeats. Might win 35-games.
by Mullayo on Oct 21, 2014 | 9:28 PM
From Hang Time Blog:
“Staying healthy is a skill” is the way some old-school types have put it, and while that might be too broad — neglecting simple ingredients such as luck and good genes — there is no doubt that durability is an asset. To a player and to his team. …
One way to gauge the durability of players is to check the rate at which they “showed up” for their teams on a given night. Call it a player’s “availability average,” as determined by his appearances as a percentage of his team’s total games during the same period.
I just wanted to add that Karl Malone’s availability average during his 18-year career with the Jazz was 99.3 percent, which would put him at the top of the list. Karl played 1,434 of 1,444 regular season games, and only six of the 10 games were missed due to injury. Four were due to league suspensions. And Karl would have played in at least two of the six injury games but was overruled by Jazz trainer Don Sparks on one occasion.
As for John Stockton…
If you want to read more along these lines on this gameless day, I suggest this post.
** Quin Snyder, post-game
[29 turnovers] is obviously too many, and I think, you know, they were aggressive in their pick-and-roll defense early in the game, and we did a good job of moving the ball and not trying to fight it…We just weren’t very tough with the ball, not very tough-minded, and that’s what happened…It was kind of a, one of those, you know, Jekyll and Hyde things. We, I thought there was a number of guys that played very well the first half–like I said, when the ball moved. And when people started trying to do too much on their own, you run the risk of hap–that happening, especially against a team that’s playing hard.
** Snyder, asked whether giving players rest was worth it
Well, I’ve kinda maintained all along that this is a growth process for us. So if we can learn from this, whether it be Dante Exum, Rodney Hood, Rudy Gobert, to have those guys in a position where they had to compete to win without help from Derrick [Favors] and Trey [Burke] and Gordon [Hayward], I think it’s important. I mean, those guys are gonna have stretches during the year–that’s our bench, you know, and they need to be able to play at a level that, you know, can help us either maintain or give us a boost, and they’ve done that. You know, tonight we could play better.
** Snyder on what he’s seen from Ian Clark
I, you know, he’s been good. He’s been, he’s done a lotta good things. I think especially when he’s played with, you know, Dante, Trey. We have some other good ball-handlers, which allows him at times to get off the ball. But the, really, the best thing he’s done is defend. I mean, that’s why he played a lotta minutes the other night, is ’cause he was doing a great job on J.J. Redick.
** Ian Clark, asked if it’s good he didn’t get many minutes last year so he doesn’t have a lot to unlearn this year
Definitely. Last year, I, it was a learning curve for me. You know, first year in the NBA and everything. Of course you wanna play, but you gotta sit down and wait your turn. And coming in this year, with the new offense, and with the guys that we have around, it’s really helpful for me and the rest of the teammates.
** Clark, asked where he is in the learning curve, and what’s working and what he working on (UDQM)
I, getting up our pace is working. Playing with the pass, playing with each other. I’m still working on pick and roll and point guard skills, but I mean, I’m coming. Coach is helping me, my teammates are helping me, and it’s coming natural, a little bit.
** Gordon Hayward, asked if getting a rest is a two-edged sword, or did he appreciate the rest
I definitely appreciated it. You know, I think it’s one of those things where, you saw we were rolling in the first half, so we were clicking and we’ll be rested and ready to go for OKC.
Random Stuff, etc.
** People calling Alec Burks “Burke”: Matt Harpring
** Quote of the Night: It’s truly a hybrid between an offense and a nothing. — Steve Brown on Byron Scott’s “hybrid” offense
** Gordon Hayward is red-shirting this year:
Unintentional Dirty Quote Machines of the Night (UDQM)
** Uncle Steve Brown on Carlos Boozer: He’s good. He’s the best that I’ve seen in a long time with both hands.
** Matt Harpring on Gordon Hayward: He’s longer than you think he is. (H/T @5kl)
Brown: I’m just amazed at how loose he is both on and off the court.
** Brown on Boozer and Rudy Gobert: Boozer’s got the moves down there, but nobody really realizes how long Rudy is until they get in there with him. (H/T @UGottaLovItBaby)
** Brown: That’s a couple of times that Boozer has reached around. (H/T @5kl)
** Brown: Another tight one coming down the stretch.
** Brown: All tied up at 69. (H/T @5kl)
** Brown on Kobe Bryant’s push-offs: And he’s not gonna do it subtly, either. Until he gets caught, he’s gonna bang it away if you want to put that hand even close to him.
** Overheard on truck feed, post-game: Let’s feed him your Ian Clark package.
** Overheard on truck feed, post-game: That one didn’t feel smooth, Steve. That one felt pretty rough.
** Overheard on truck feed, someone coordinating post-game interviews: You want Gordon? Yeah, we’ll take him if Gordon wants to do it…Oh boy, I don’t like that shower behind him. Don’t put that online yet.
** Overheard on truck feed, someone coordinating post-game interviews: Hey Ryan, who else do you need?
Ryan: Alec Burks. Either Ian or Alec.
** Overheard on truck feed, post-game: [sound of someone gargling] It says “Do not swallow,” so what do I do?
Today’s Opponent Game Thread host: Silver Screen and Roll.
Kobe is just chucking away like it’s his last game.
by ~Cartman~ on Oct 19, 2014 | 6:47 PM
Wow, Hayward is owning Kobe right now on defense.
by ~Cartman~ on Oct 19, 2014 | 6:51 PM
And some people think we might make the playoffs?
We probably couldn’t even crack the top 8 in the weak East.
by ~Cartman~ on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:04 PM up
Who thinks this?
If Price is our point guard when the season starts (I’m guessing he won’t even be on the team) we won’t get better…IMO…
I’m hoping we can put Lin and Nash and Clarkson at the PG position before the pre-season runs out so we can get some decent ball movement. I’m sure Price is a decent human being, but he is not an NBA point guard.
by BaldBilly on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:09 PM
Pretty convinced that the Lakers are the worst team in the league right now
by WiiTarded on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:10 PM
They need to either end up with a bottom 3 record or be fighting for the 8th seed
anything in between is a massive failure. At least if they play like this during the season we can get one of the desired outcomes.
by sumo390 on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:14 PM
This is beyond terrible. Surprised the crowd has not started booing yet. Utter crap.
by Shehzeb Imam on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:15 PM
The Jazz, who are not going to make the playoffs themselves, are blowing us out again. That says it all…..
by ~Cartman~ on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:15 PM
Another coaching failure
we can’t be so blind about it.
by cyrusvance on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:17 PM
So this is what they replaced MDA with? SMH
by Shehzeb Imam on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:18 PM
I might get on the #FireByronScott wagon before the #tankwagon.
by Shehzeb Imam on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:39 PM
by Endless Paradise on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:36 PM
Boozer fail…..just dunk it and scream man!
by ~Cartman~ on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:38 PM
Wow Booz just wow
by Shehzeb Imam on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:38
Damn it Boozer.
by LadyAlannya on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:38 PM
Or, as Boozer would say,
by Endless Paradise on Oct 19, 2014 | 7:38 PM
by BaldBilly on Oct 19, 2014 | 8:06 PM
lmaoo Jazz trolling
by Shehzeb Imam on Oct 19, 2014 | 8:06 PM
Jazz tank looks like serious competition but our 1st half still looks superior
by sumo390 on Oct 19, 2014 | 8:07 PM
I dunno, Jazz tank pulled away last year…never count them out
by ~Cartman~ on Oct 19, 2014 | 8:08 PM
I know how the Lakers can win.,
Probably let’s wait till the opponent’s 2nd or 3rd stringer play against our starting 5.
by PuRpL3NGoLdinToKyO on Oct 19, 2014 | 8:08 PM
Exum is going to be scary in a few years if he stays healthy.
by Shehzeb Imam on Oct 19, 2014 | 8:11 PM
This is some serious
Battle of the Tanks
by cyrusvance on Oct 19, 2014 | 8:15 PM
So glad we didn’t hire the Jazz coach. Looks like a total douchebag
by ~Cartman~ on Oct 19, 2014 | 8:34 PM
Boozer has 19 points on 12 shots, wtf? 9 rebounds and 6!!! steals? Wow
by ~Cartman~ on Oct 19, 2014 | 8:42 PM
Player of the Game: Ronnie Price
by Shehzeb Imam on Oct 19, 2014 | 8:46 PM
Okay other than his offense completely sucking the life out of a 1/2 court set, Price’s D is now apparent and he’s growing on me.
by LadyAlannya on Oct 19, 2014 | 8:58 PM