The results are in...guess who's #1?

The results of LA Ball Talks team blog contest are in. And once again, Jazz fans have made it clear that True Blue Jazz is their favorite Jazz blog on the Internet. Thanks to all who voted. Stay tuned because we have big big BIG news on the way....Prepare for Jazz heaven.

Saturday, January 5, 2008

Are we dillusional fans?

I dont want to come off as being a Debbie downer, but I think that we might want to re-evaluate our judgements of this Jazz team. According to our poll on this blog the majority of our voters seem to think that the Jazz are going to win by 10 or more points in Portland tonight. Just in case you forgot, the Jazz are 1 - 9 in their last 10 road games and were inventing new ways to lose each time. One game it was a last second shot (Heat), the next it was blowing a 10 point lead with 4 minutes to go (Atlanta) and then in others it was just not showing up and getting the holy crap beaten out of them (Los Angeles). All of the losses included stupid turnovers, poor foul shooting and zero defensive effort. Don't get me wrong, I hope the Jazz pull this one out tonight, heaven knows they need it, but I for am going into it with no expectaions for a win. This is the reallity of being a Jazz fan in 2008.

My prediction for the game - Jazz by 12. :)

3 comments:

C.B. Jack said...

As the poll creator, I was astonished by the overwhelming votes for a win in double digits (Even though I was one of them). I think we may be a little dillusional. I guess we always think the next corner is the one we are going to turn it all around on? Perhaps two wins a row has our confidence through the roof in a building that has no ceiling.

Ron Boone said...

I'll be honest, I was one of the two that voted for the Brandon Roy "turn around, between the legs, off Kirilenko's back, through Boozers legs, behind the basket, over the hot chick with the cleavage in the front row that they always put behind the announcers, bank shot." We always lose like that.

The Napster said...

You meant Jazz loss by 12, right? Close. It was 14.