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Thursday, November 8, 2007

Jazz Cavs Recap

The best way to describe that game is Phewwww! I kind of fell like the Jazz got away with one, thank goodness LeBron is a head case at the line or we loose that game. Speaking of Bron-Bron, somebody needs to get that cat to pee in a cup. Dude is HUGE and I would be willing to bet that it is not all from hard work in the gym.

Stat of the night: D-Will minutes - 45
J-Har minutes - 3

Game ball goes to: Coach Sloan - for realizing that the Hitman Hart should not be getting more that 3 minutes per game. He also let Ron Brewer play more minutes and was rewarded with 5 steals and fairly good defense on LBJ when he had him.

Honorable mention game ball goes to: The Paper Boy -Thank you Paul Millsap for playing like an all-star last night.

I really like the upcoming schedule for the Jazz and pretty much think we should win 7 or 8 of the next 10 games.

3 comments:

Boler, Jack said...

Well put Hamster. The only thing I am worried about is Deron's conditioning. There is no way he can keep that up. I know he wants to play the whole game, but honestly? RON RON and Paperboy had amazing defensive efforts (although I would like to have seen RON ROn play lebron tighter, a little space goes a long way with that guy.)

Steve Javey said...

I watched the game but I think I missed Okur playing...anyone else?
Playing G.M for a minute, and we can all agree that Hart sux(Dee were sorry)I dont think he is the problem yet. I believe Okur is the problem, sure I love his MOOOOOONNEEEY Ball Boler(CHA_CHING) but I think his value is peaked. I love fishing and I would use Okur as my bait to free cap space or draft picks.

Boozers Hammy said...

Javey - good point on Memo. If we could get a more athletic, defensive minded center I would do it in a heart beat. (It is still early in the season, but the point of a blog is to over-react and make rash choices so this one is good.)