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In memoriam: Utah Jazz’s Heart 1974-2009*

November 4, 2009

The Five Stages of Mourning:

1. Denial:
This cannot be happening. I don’t believe it.

2. Anger:
–I blame Boozer.
–I blame KOC for signing Boozer.
–I blame LHM for allowing KOC to sign Boozer.
–I blame Jerry for playing Boozer.

3. Bargaining:
I quit, unless there’s a ’09 replay of Gira-for-KK.

4. Depression:
–I am deep in mourning.
–Congratulations, current Jazz, for killing 17 years of unadulterated passion and devotion.
–How could you?
–I want the years and my money back.
–I can’t breathe.

5. Accep–
Screw this.

*Lest anyone accuse of me overreacting and point out that it’s only been three four games [which two people actually have], I must explain that it’s not just been three four games, but more like 30 in a continuation of last season.

I would have closed this with: Next up–SA, who my sister the Spurs fan informs me will have had five days off. But screw it, I QUIT.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Jazzfan85 permalink
    November 4, 2009 3:47 pm

    Look at it this way. If the jazz keep this up not only will we get new york’s top 10 pick in the draft, we’ll have our own.

  2. November 5, 2009 12:57 am

    Unfortunately, all that means is that slow will have 2 players to let rot on the bench instead of just 1.

  3. November 5, 2009 4:58 am

    I am agree. Its only been four games, but this seems to be the trend. Conference finals, semi finals, quarter finals in the past year and now the logical step is no playoffs. This is bad, real bad Micheal Jackson. Jazz, please play basketball for 48 min, thanks.


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