And here’s your weekly Utah Jazz wrapup
Two. Who came up with the nickname “Wolfie” for Raul Neto?
Three. Trey Lyles’ rookie pink purse:
Four. Raul Neto on nerves before his first game, UDQM: It was a little bit hard in the beginning, but after, like, two or three minutes, everything was great.
Five. Trey Burke on his defensive effort in the first game: I could’ve picked it up even more tonight. You know, I really wasn’t satisfied with my defensive effort tonight. I could bring more to the table, is what I’m trying to say, defensively. You know, like I said, it’s first game. You know, Imma watch film on it on how I played defensively, more than anything, and just go from there.
** I’ve gotten a request for the added feature of a “you know” counter for Burke — though Quin Snyder, Alec Burks and at times Dennis Lindsey are pretty prolific too — to “[make] this statistic more conveniently accessible.” This one’s for you, Bob. “You know” count for this quote: 3.
Six. Wolfie and the Pornstache. Bad band name winner?
Seven. Tibor Pleiss on the Jazz system: I think for me, it’s difficult more the names. You know, they have different names I never get before, and that’s something what I have to remember…For example, in Europe, it’s, like, we call “hand-off.” Here, it’s “DHL.” Something really difficult. It’s OK, I think.
Eight. Raul Neto, winning fans over with something other than his face: