Look at this picture.
Doesn't it look good? Let me just say that Booner said it right when he posted his awkward post (see below). This game had "Days of our Lives" written all over it. I bet Giricek handed Korver a note with his personal shooting coaches number on it. It said something like this: Go see Danny at the Lagoon Quick Shot. He did wonders for my shot, and I won a $#!* load of teddy bears there. Here is his number. Love, GG-10 (That is what the Jazz fans called me).
As an out of the closet Giricek fan, I can honestly say I like him while he was here. But now? I don't miss him. I still think he has a place in the NBA. He was a huge part in the Jazz getting past Houston last year, but I will take Korver and his 92% career free throw shooting any day of the week. What a great feeling to have someone who could knock down clutch free throws at the end of the game. Now we won't have to bring Araujo back from Europe to shoot our technical shots.
How about Iguadololaouala's dunk in the first half. I was speechless. That guy is a pure athlete. Too bad he has no leadership qualities and will be another Gilbert Arenas; good for a few highlights, but will never be respected in the league.
CJ (I'm not a fan) Miles is playing some serious ball right now. I love that elbow three that he has been hitting. I just don't see him staying with the Jazz after this season, and I am fine with that. I vow to never be a CJ fan. He reminds me too much of my 13 year old nephew who laughs at everything. Even the stuff he does good, or his own jokes.
Good win for the Jazz. It got close at the end, but I never thought this one was out of their hands. Now let's head up to Portland and pluck those Trailblazers. Get it? Pluck those Trailblazers? Like hairs? Like the ones that lead up to...ah nevermind.
Final Score: Jazz 110 Sixers 107 (Very close to Booners prediction I might add. Nice call Booner, you are a true fan...I love that new Celtics jersey you bought by the way.)