Monthly Archives: October 2010
The emotional volatility of Deron Williams has been the topic of much of the media since the Jazz second straight double digit loss to the Pheonix Suns. This exchange between Deron Williams and rookie Gordon Hayward is quite telling as to just how far this “new” Jazz roster is from being a cohesive unit. Okay, […]
The Jazz have sent us into the weekend on the heels of another discouraging loss to the Phoenix Suns 110-94. To help ease you into some uplifting workplace dialoque, here are some one liners you can use; • This Jazz team has about as much chemistry as my 7th grade science class… • Man, Gordon […]
The Jazz Opened the 2010-2011 Season with a 110 – 88 drubbing to their Rivals the Denver Nuggets last night. They were scary in all the wrong ways on a night where any goodwill towards Jazz fans gained by their undefeated preseason was quickly lost in the futility and awkwardness of the Jazz performance on […]
It’s that time of year – the start of the regular season and elections… Jazz are 7-0 so far in the preseason. Fesenko is playing like a leader. Perhaps his aspirations should include a run at the State Capitol?
Congrats to the Jazz on another great win in Phoenix last night. Since the Millers have decided not to broadcast any of the first three games on local television it’s tough to go in depth about what we’re seeing but three wins to start things out is encouraging. It’s going to be tough to cut […]
It felt a little like a Hoosiers movie flashback as Jazz fans gathered round the radio (or streaming web audio) to take in tonight’s no TV preseason tilt in Portland. I like how the Jazz set up their pre-season games. Having just played Portland last week I was interested to see how both teams had […]
Jazz Win 96-100 over the Portland TrailBlazers Thanks to a friend, I was able to sit up close in the ESA for the new-look Jazz first preseason game against Portland. It was fun to see the Jazz Vets pull a fast one on the rookies who led the team out onto the court only to […]