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Don’t miss the other books in this hit series:
My Fair Hayward
The Bull Rider
Turkish Delights
The Call of the Mild
You Will Never Peak Alone
Tug of Love
Harry Potter and the Wizard of Love
Can’t Let You Go
Turkish Delights 2: HEDOnism
Lonely Knight
The Dear Gord Letter
Third Base

A Lover’s Guide to Discovering Unexplored Erogenous Zones

Game 61 of 82: Utah Jazz at Philadelphia 76ers (25-36)

March 7, 2015

quin jerry sign

Post-Game Quotage
** Quin Snyder on the game
I felt like we were a little sluggish at the beginning of the game, and I was really pleased with, there was a — you know, about four minutes left in the second quarter, I thought we started to kinda pick it up a little bit. And we were awfully quiet early on, and our defense kinda got us going, especially in the third quarter, and it was good to see. I was pleased with our effort.
** Snyder on the slow start
We were on a plane, as you know, for about five, six hours yesterday. Normally, we shoot the day of the game. We decided not to this morning with the weather, and also a little longer to get here, and just, I was concerned about our energy and our legs. And we found, you know, we found a little of that when we needed it, but it took us a while.


quin stare

** Gordon Hayward on the game
Yeah, it was a tough game for us. It was a grind-out game, for sure…Especially with the travel we had, being on the plane, and the weather and everything, so. It was good that we finally fought through it. You know, we didn’t start out too hot, but we fought through some adversity. We played goo–really well in the second half. Defense was still strong, even though we gave up, like, what was it, three 3s at end? I mean, so, 83 points is pretty good, and just a all-around good win for us.
** Derrick Favors on the game
You know, the first half, you know, it was a tough first half for us. You know, shots wasn’t falling. You know, we wasn’t communicating like we, you know, like we usually do on the defensive end. In the second half, you know, we came together. We talked, and you know, we stayed with it, and you know, we came out in the second half, played like a different team. Played like we really wanted to win the game, grind the whole game and got the win. … When it get down to the fourth quarter, you know, everybody buying in the way Quin want us to d–coach Quin want us to do.
** Favors on facing the Nets next
It really don’t matter to me no more. You know, I was in my rookie year. You know, they traded me. I’m with Utah now. So, it really don’t bother me no more.
Craig Bolerjack: Home is SLC.
Favors: Yeah, home is Salt Lake and Atlanta.
** Rudy Gobert on the game
That was a kind of a fighting game…I think we took time to really be, get focused on defense, and we got focused really in the second quarter. We start communicating better, and we start just playing our game…[Earlier in the game,] we weren’t communicating. They were getting everything they wanted, and we turned it up in the second quarter, and we got back to our defense and playing our game.

(Un)intentional Dirty License Plate of the Day

gojzzvia @chang_max

Unintentional Dirty Quote Machines of the Night (UDQM)
** David Locke (H/T @TreyToupee and @nsanba):

locke tweet

** Matt Harpring: I just feel like the Jazz are ready to come and explode on the Sixers. You’re just waiting for it. (H/T @panachemustache and @JazzJargon)
** Craig Bolerjack: Hood goes inside. He’s slapped across the wrist.
** Harpring on Nerlens Noel dunk and hanging on the rim: Noel slipped one in on him, and Gobert gets caught.
Boler: He can’t ride the rim like that. And Rudy didn’t like it.
** Boler to Rudy Gobert, post-game: Rudy, talk about tonight. Boy, I tell ya, grind. Grind, grind, all night long.
** Boler to Gobert, post-game: What’s the process for you when you see a ball? Because so many come your way. And I mean, I understand your size, but in your mind, do you just take on the thought of everything coming your way is gonna belong to Rudy Gobert?
** Boler, asking Gobert about his elbow: I saw you rubbing it.

Red denotes most recent game.

game 61

Thanks to @OhioHadley for the assist on the W-L record tonight.

Utah Jazz at Philadelphia 76ers: Opponent Game Thread Highlights

March 7, 2015
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Today’s Opponent Game Thread host: Liberty Ballers.

i’m glad we are not the jazz and aren’t building around gordon heyward as our best player. to me, that is setting them up for prolonged mediocrity, which is why i’m so glad that our rebuild truly doesn’t start until we have that potential superstar on our squad (which is hopefully embiid)
by swaggy T on Mar 6, 2015 | 6:48 PM

Thank God we didn’t draft Exum
by Smittens_RG on Mar 6, 2015 | 7:15 PM

I hope Nerls dominates Gobert
by AAKing23 on Mar 6, 2015 | 7:15 PM

Watching tonight
Really happy we went with Embiid and not Exum

by socalsixersphan on Mar 6, 2015 | 8:26 PM

we shoot r selfs right out of this game….missed a ton of threes
by topspindude on Mar 6, 2015 | 8:51 PM

Both teams shooting 37%
by Kevin Valdez on Mar 6, 2015 | 8:53 PM

My god this is rough to watch. Just collect the loss so I get to see a different game
by CoburnsCuddleBuddy on Mar 6, 2015 | 9:11 PM

The Jazz announcers are delusional
by willf on Mar 6, 2015 | 9:23 PM

What they say?
by sixersfan76 on Mar 6, 2015 | 9:25 PM

Basically the Jazz have a future and the Sixers don’t
by willf on Mar 6, 2015 | 9:27 PM

by Sean O’Connor on Mar 6, 2015 | 9:32 PM

ESPN had the Jazz make the highest jump in their most recent power rankings this week, so Utahians are on cloud nine.
Sixers’ rebuild ceiling is on a whole different planet compared to the Jazz.

by rock7413 on Mar 6, 2015 | 9:31 PM

no diss to gordon heyward, but they’re building around gordon heyward
by swaggy T on Mar 6, 2015 | 9:31 PM

by rock7413 on Mar 6, 2015 | 9:32 PM

Gordon Hayward
pomade or gel?

by AI3 on Mar 6, 2015 | 9:24 PM


by swaggy T on Mar 6, 2015 | 9:27 PM

smells like stinky cheese

by LED3 on Mar 6, 2015 | 9:34 PM

Well, they might have won the game
But we totally won the double-double war.

by wjb1492 on Mar 6, 2015 | 9:38 PM

Spotted on The Bachelor: The Women Tell All…

March 6, 2015

Alex Jensen’s wife.





Game 60 of 82: Utah Jazz at Boston Celtics (24-36)

March 5, 2015

end of game

Post-Game Quotage
** Quin Snyder on defending the final play
You know, we weren’t as aggressive on the ball as we needed to be. Rudy [Gobert] was too far back, and we let him get on the inside of us, where they could throw the ball over the top rather than stand between him and the basket. And you know, two lessons learned.
** Snyder, asked if he’s questioning himself over whether he should have had Gobert inside, or did he like him on the ball
Well, he wasn’t on the ball. We put Rudy, we’ve always had Rudy on the ball, and we had [Derrick] Fav[ors] in there. And you know, you can question everything that happens. It, like I said, he got behind us. It was a lot — just a couple of little execution things that we didn’t do properly and you know, they made — that was the result.
** Snyder on his decision to have Rodney Hood on the inbounds play on the Jazz’s final possession
Yeah, you know, I think, you know, Rodney, he’s also got length, and I think he’s a good passer, and in that situation too, we weren’t, it wasn’t a late-clock where we — it was gonna be a catch-and-shoot play, and I wanted to have Rodney on the floor in case the ball came back to him, ’cause he’s one of the guys that’s, you know, capable of creating a shot.

bench mobCoaches got their workout in tonight.

** Derrick Favors on the final play
Yeah, I didn’t even see [the pass]. I was denying my man. He was at the top of the key. I really didn’t see the pass or the catch. I just turned around and saw him shoot the ball at the basket. But you know, it was a good play.
** Favors on his improved game
You know, Quin, coach Quin talk to me a lot about stuff, and you know, I work with the assistant coaches a lot. And you know, we ju–I just keep improving on my shot, working on post moves, working within the offense and on defense. You know, just watching film and just learning where I need to be playing alongside Rudy, learning how to space and just all that stuff. So I mean, it’s a lot of stuff that I still need to improve on and get better at, but for right now, you know, I think I’m doing a good job.
** Gordon Hayward on the game
Very tough. I think we were disappointed with our play overall as a team, ’cause it doesn’t come down to the last play. I mean, the last play obviously is tough to swallow, but, it’s just disappointing…Just unfortunate for us. Unfortunate.
** Hayward on the final play
It was a great pass. That’s what coach [Brad] Stevens does. He’s excellent in those situations of coming up with the play. You know, I know it better than anybody, so. It was a great play, great design. They knew we were switching. The pass had to be perfect to get it over Rudy and over Rod, and it was. And then he made a good finish too, so. Credit them with their last play.

rudy post

Rudy did almost block the shot:

Random Stuff, etc.
** People calling Joe Ingles “Joseph”: Craig Bolerjack
** People calling Trey Burke “Trey Bor-Burke”: Craig Bolerjack
** People calling Trevor Booker “Bood-Booker”: Craig Bolerjack
** Putting things in perspective:

young blood

Unintentional Dirty Quote Machines of the Night (UDQM)
** Craig Bolerjack on Gordon Hayward: His recovery is superb. (H/T @5kl)
** Boler on Trey Burke free throws: Two big ones. (H/T @5kl)
** Boler on Jae Crowder missed dunk: Crowder, pops like a cork, and Booker has it.
** Boler to Derrick Favors, post-game: How more comfortable are you, just in the (w)hole, in your body?
** Quin Snyder on the loss: It’s hard today. It’ll be hard again if it happens down the road, and you know, odds are it might.

Red denotes most recent game.

game 60

Thanks to @OhioHadley for the assist on the W-L record tonight.

Utah Jazz at Boston Celtics: Opponent Game Thread Highlights

March 5, 2015
tags: ,

Today’s Opponent Game Thread host: Celtics Blog.

Utah Jazz- Our Mortal Enemies in Sub Mediocrity
Second season in a row we’ve battled these guys for a similar record

by T’Challa on Mar 4, 2015 | 6:10 PM

Why are they using this ugly jerseys? :(
by e4sym0de on Mar 4, 2015 | 7:42 PM

i logged in to say this.

by YallahCeltics34 on Mar 4, 2015 | 7:46 PM

So they can sell them to idiots
I mean, who needs the best uniforms in basketball when you can make a tiny bit of money selling utter crap?

by Anonymous Coward on Mar 4, 2015 | 7:47 PM

Smart should NEVER be guarding Joe Ingles
His nickname is “slow mo joe”. Anybody can guard him, and he’s not even a + shooter.

by PickNRoll3332 on Mar 4, 2015 | 8:13 PM

This is some ugly basquetball
by Clintarico123 on Mar 4, 2015 | 8:15 PM

Utah measures their games by whether they hold their opponent to < 80
if that gives you an idea. It will be UGLY.

by PickNRoll3332 on Mar 4, 2015 | 8:16 PM

We’re on pace for sixty
by Clintarico123 on Mar 4, 2015 | 8:19 PM

that’s a Utah Win
by PickNRoll3332 on Mar 4, 2015 | 8:19 PM

Hayward’s hair drives me kind of crazy–
he looks like Charlie Sheen in Wall Street.

by clover on Mar 4, 2015 | 8:23 PM

Wow. and I thought the first quarter was low-scoring…
by spinetingler on Mar 4, 2015 | 8:33 PM

u g l y, celts aint got no alibi
someone needs to pick up the scoring. crowder was the only one who had an alright scoring first half

by youjusgotRONDOd on Mar 4, 2015 | 8:36 PM

Somebody please shoot Turner
Before he shoots again

by outflip50 on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:31 PM

Just thinking aloud, if Gobert gains like 20 pounds of muscle, he has the potential to be one of the best centers in the league.
by omitasub on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:35 PM

9’7″ standing reach

by Scuba Bleeds Green on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:36 PM

Yeah so scary, really athletic too!
by omitasub on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:37 PM

by kheldar52077 on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:47 PM

I don’t like this one bit. Why do we always collapse late in games?

by GreenCeltics on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:49 PM

by omitasub on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:50 PM

by Scuba Bleeds Green on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:50 PM

by PickNRoll3332 on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:50 PM

whoever gets the ball drive to the hoop. dammit
by omitasub on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:52 PM

by omitasub on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:53 PM

by Scuba Bleeds Green on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:53 PM

by omitasub on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:53 PM

by YallahCeltics34 on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:53 PM

by binuyaka on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:53 PM

the man is a God!
by Tom Sisco on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:53 PM

suck it Jazz!!!!!!!
by Scuba Bleeds Green on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:54 PM

by omitasub on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:54 PM

by CelticsPanthers on Mar 4, 2015 | 9:54 PM

Game 59 of 82: Utah Jazz at Memphis Grizzlies (24-35)

March 4, 2015

Rudy Gobert slam, salute and salute #rudygobert #utahjazz

A video posted by moni (@monilogue) on


Pre-Game Quotage
** Quin Snyder, asked if he’s more concerned about repetition or rest at this point in the season
A little of both, you know? I think, someone told me we have, like, seven rookies right now on our roster, which has gotta be some sort of — it’s great, you know? And obviously, a couple of our rookies are older in Joe [Ingles] and Eli[jah Millsap], but they’re still rookies, so. We sh–in theory, we should have fresh legs. We’ve pra–we practice hard. So, I think, I’ve tried to be conscious. You know, we were off yesterday, completely off. Kind of called a lockout day, where, you know, I didn’t want anybody in the gym. Guys always sneak in, but we’ve gotta be, you know, I feel good about kind of w–trying to work with Mark McKown and Gary Briggs to make sure our guys, you know, we’re not overworking ‘em, where they can stay fresh. I mean, I think if we’re not, you don’t get as much out of it as if you’re dragging, you know? You don’t get as good an indication of where you are as a team, and, but we try to balance that with practice. We’re still practicing.
** Snyder on Dante Exum’s next step, and if it’s just a matter of being aggressive and confident
I think that’s part of it. I think there’s some skills too, and some strength, that, some, really some things that are, you know, that are real areas of improvement. You know, just his strength and his physicality. I think in the next year or two, we’re gonna look at him and go, “Wow, you know, he’s really grown physically.” And I think the same is true of just, you know, his ability to get in the paint and create and use his tools, you know, in the game situation when the game goes faster.

** Gordon Hayward on what the the Jazz have to do to be more efficient offensively
Can’t turn the ball over. It’s probably been echoed by everybody. I mean, it’s just that simple. It’ll help us out on defense too, so.
** Hayward on Dante Exum’s next step
I think just being more aggressive, knowing when to take his shots. Seems a little passive, and I mean, that’s pretty normal as a rookie. You’re just out there playing to not mess up, you know, so when he stops thinking and really starts attacking the basket, I mean, he’s athletic, explosive, he’s long, he can really make plays around the rim for himself and others, so when he does that, he’ll be really good.
** Trey Burke on what the the Jazz have to do to be more efficient offensively
It’s turnovers. We gotta, you know, clean up tho–that area, turning the ball over, take care of the ball, and just keep playing defense the way we have been.
** Burke on Dante Exum’s next step
Just for him to be aggressive, you know? He’s gon, you know, he’s gon go through some growing pains, same thing everybody goes through. I went through it last season. You know, so, you know, a guy like him, we just need for him to be aggressive. You know, when he gets in the paint, use his length to be able to score over defenders, get to the line. And you know, I’m sure he’ll become more aggressive.


Post-Game Quotage
** Quin Snyder on the game
The first half, I felt — it’s hard to feel like you’re playing good offensively because you’re not scoring, but I thought at least we were getting some open shots. Gordon in particular, I think that was the case; at home last game too, where he had some clean looks, and just want him to keep shooting. I thought the way he started the second half, you know, gave us a little life on offense, and you know, Ger–Derrick [Favors] really had a good game. I mean, he just, he had a presence on both ends of the floor the whole night.
** Snyder, asked about the bench and Rodney Hood’s contributions
I mean, I told our team after the game, I think one of the things that’s nice right now is you have a bench, and it’s a cohesive bench. You know, it’s hard sometimes for a player when the rotation’s not always the same, and although you wanna smooth it out a little bit, ’cause I think it helps players to have an idea when they’re playing and with whom. But it’s also a luxury to have guys that have the amount of character that, you know, they’re in for three minutes and somebody else is playing good, and they’re supportive. And that’s what our bench is playing like right now. I mean, Trey’s been, he’s played better than anyone, really, in the last week, and tonight, you know, Dante was playing real good, and he’s got Dante’s back. And like you said, Rodney, and you know, maybe one of the best contributions tonight was from Jeremy Evans.
** Snyder on his technical
Everybody always likes it when I get emotional…I didn’t want us to turn it over. That was the long and short — I told [Trevor] Book[er] maybe if I’d’ve caught the ball, I wouldn’t, I would’ve got away with it.

quin shaking hands

** Gordon Hayward on the Jazz’s first 3-game win streak of the season
Yeah, besides that Lakers game, you know, we could be on a better run. So, I mean, it’s growth for us as a team. We’ll see how we do tomorrow.
** Rudy Gobert on how his role has changed since Enes Kanter was traded
I mean, I’m starting now, so I’m guarding the best player on the other team, and I feel like the Jazz believe in me and that’s why I’m happy to play this way. And I feel way more confident.
** Gobert, asked about the mid-range jumper he took at the end of the game
Yeah, of course. You know, I’m working on it every day, and I feel way more confident, and I think it’s gonna come pretty soon. It’s supposed to be a surprise, but…

** Jeremy Evans on playing in front of his family
They always come, and most time I don’t get to play, but I’m sure they’re excited, and you know, had a great time.
** Evans on what Snyder said at halftime
Coach came in at halftime and said, you know, if we don’t make shots, we still can play defense, and work and try to win the game.
** Rodney Hood, asked what has changed for the team defensively
I mean, just our focus, you know what I mean? It was, everything was new to us, and we just got the hang of it, and you know, we took some losses, and you know, but now we’re coming together, and it helps to have, you know, Fav and Rudy playing like they’re playing on the defensive end, and you know, the guards just try to contain people. So it’s been great.

Random Stuff, etc.
** People calling Trey Burke “Trey Burks”: Craig Bolerjack
** People calling Derrick Favors “Cousins”: ESPN (H/T @chang_max)

espn cousins

Unintentional Dirty Quote Machines of the Night (UDQM)
** Craig Bolerjack: Koufos, riding the back end of Hood.
** Matt Harpring to Boler: I get on you, I expect you to get on me. (H/T @5kl)
** Boler on Snyder’s T: Oh baby, that is a moment of growth for both coaches and players.
** Boler on review of play: We’re being told they’re not satisfied with the angle themselves. (H/T @5kl)
** Boler on Rudy Gobert: The big fella can fill up the rim. (H/T @bjcseven)

Red denotes most recent game.

game 59

Thanks to @OhioHadley for the assist on the W-L record tonight.

Utah Jazz at Memphis Grizzlies: Opponent Game Thread Highlights

March 4, 2015
tags: ,

Today’s Opponent Game Thread host: Grizzly Bear Blues.

Oh boy
by elderscion on Mar 3, 2015 | 8:28 PM

I hope this game gets under control
by elderscion on Mar 3, 2015 | 8:29 PM

Hood is pissed we didn’t get him in the draft
by Vincent Torello on Mar 3, 2015 | 8:46 PM

C’mon Grizz
It’s past damn time for the championship contenders to show up and play

by Vincent Torello on Mar 3, 2015 | 8:48 PM

Utah is simply smoking us
Don’t know when we’re gonna cease these ragtag performances. Houston is gonna fucking annihilate us if we bring this bullshit tomorrow noght

by Vincent Torello on Mar 3, 2015 | 9:03 PM

Oh god.
This sucks…..

by Memphisbuc65 on Mar 3, 2015 | 9:03 PM

I’m generally an optimist…

by Memphisbuc65 on Mar 3, 2015 | 9:04 PM

60 win season
slip sliding away….(sob)

by Memphisbuc65 on Mar 3, 2015 | 9:05 PM


by Memphisbuc65 on Mar 3, 2015 | 9:08 PM

Coming soon to bookstores everywhere…

March 2, 2015

Have a romantic Sunday! ♥

third base

Don’t miss the other books in this hit series:
My Fair Hayward
The Bull Rider
Turkish Delights
The Call of the Mild
You Will Never Peak Alone
Tug of Love
Harry Potter and the Wizard of Love
Can’t Let You Go
Turkish Delights 2: HEDOnism
Lonely Knight
The Dear Gord Letter

A Lover’s Guide to Discovering Unexplored Erogenous Zones

Game 58 of 82: Utah Jazz vs. Milwaukee Bucks (23-35)

March 1, 2015

premature confetti

Post-Game Quotage
** Quin Snyder on Trey Burke
I saw him get upset a couple times at a few teammates for something going on on the defensive end, which I like. You know, it means something when you’re playing hard and you have a breakdown, and — I like seeing our guys talk to each other like that.
** Snyder, asked whether the Jazz overly depend on Rudy Gobert’s defense
I think it’s exactly the opposite…We’ve been good defensively even without Rudy. In fact, I don’t know what the numbers show exactly, but I think, you know, of late, we’ve been equally effective even with him on the bench. And I’ve kinda said it before, I think he, I think his plays — it’s like when [Trevor] Book[er], like, blocks a shot, or you know, Eli[jah Millsap] gets a steal. I mean, everybody’s level kinda goes up, and I think Rudy’s been able to do that for us. But there’s a lotta guys that are taking a lot of pride defensively.

block bros

** Derrick Favors, asked if he “minds” Rudy Gobert is getting all the attention for the Jazz’s improved defense
It don’t really matter to me, man. You know, yeah, he gon get a lot of the attention. You know, I’m a good teammate. It really don’t matter to me. He deserves it. You know, he comes out and play hard every night. You know, he get a lot of blocked shots, get a lot of rebounds. But I just go out there, just try to play my part. You know, the shots that he don’t block, you know, I try to get ‘em, or contest the shot so you know, we can get a rebound or whatever.
** Rudy Gobert, asked what’s changed or is different defensively from last year to this year
I think we take pride this year. Of course, we’re getting better and we talk a lot more, but I think it’s just pride…This year, we care about defense, you know?
** Gobert, asked who does more directing traffic on defense between him and Favors
I’m try to talk. You know, coach wants me to talk a lot. I know Derrick is not — his personality don’t talk a lot, but I think he’s doing a much better job of talking. And you know, Gordon [Hayward]’s the same, you know, pretty shy, that don’t talk a lot, but they do a much better job of talking [now].
** Trey Burke, asked if the game has slowed down for him
It’s slowed down a lot. I’ve been putting in a lot of work in after practice, with floaters to, you know, just extra reps. And watching film has been a huge, huge growth for me individually, because I’m able to see the game at a, from a different perspective. I’m able to make reads at a higher level, and I think I’m just growing.


Random Stuff, etc.
** People calling Gordon Hayward “Favors”: Craig Bolerjack (H/T @halloweenhead)
** Talk about random…

bathroom line
** Trevor Booker’s mop play. Related #UDQM below.

Hilarious ESA reactions #trevorbooker #mopplay #ledgie #utahjazz

A video posted by moni (@monilogue) on


Unintentional Dirty Quote Machines of the Night (UDQM)
** Matt Harpring on Trevor Booker bucket: Watch this, Boler. This is how you finish. Look at it. Bang, bang.
** Steve Brown on Earl Lloyd: He became the first African-American in this league, of course setting the legacy for a lot of folks to come behind him.
** Harpring: It’s all about the D. All about the D, not about the bass, it’s about the D, Boler. You know, you know what I’m saying. (H/T @mac_jazz)
** Harpring: I’m not trying to get on Dante. I’m just trying to say, hey, you know, take it to the hole. Use your size.
** Harpring: Well, Favs says, “No one’s gonna come, I’m gonna go one-on-one.” And then dribbles it off his shoe.
** Trey Burke, post-game: Milwaukee’s one of the best teams in turning guys over.
** Trevor Booker on the “ledgie”: I needed Rudy. You know, it was tough. You know, the mop was going this way, that way. I just couldn’t get it down, and finally, it just dropped for me…I knew the cameras were watching. I knew people were watching. I knew eventually it would come down. I didn’t think it would take three times, though.
** Media member to Elijah Millsap: When you’re not making shots, is it harder to stay, stay up and keep the hustle high and the effort high?
Millsap: You gonna say that again?
Media member: When you’re not making shots, is it hard to st–uh, keep the hustle as high as, and the effort, as you have tonight?
Millsap: Not really.
** Media member to Rudy Gobert: Which one of you is, I guess, kind of the more, of the signal caller, you know, the guy that’s directing traffic in there?
** Steve Brown to Gobert: Another big presence inside tonight, and you got that little grin, and that’s good.
Gobert: I think I controlled myself pretty good.

Red denotes most recent game.

game 58

Thanks to @dianaallen for the assist on the W-L record tonight.


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