28 October 2008
I also think alot of people are wondering what is going to happen with Boozer at the trade deadline.
As a Jazz fan, you hate to see a window close before it gets fully opened and championships start blowing in. Is it possible that Boozer would take a little less money to stay with D-will, probably not, but he has to know somewhere deep down that he is nothing without D-will, just like Malone without Stockton. Granted he is a great player and has done a lot for the Jazz, but I just don't see "I want to be the best in the world" in his eye. Yeah he wants to win, and wants to be good, but there is something missing---heart, desire, passion I'm not sure what you call it. I don't think he has it.
Dwill,Kobe,Lebron,Jordan, Magic,CP3,KG,Nash when you watch them play, you can tell that they are playing for something else besides the money,commercials, endorsments, fame and so forth. Any of you that follow sports know what I'm talking about. Tigervision is what we will call it. He almost wills the ball into the cup. I hope Boozer and some others find their Tigervision this year.
The Utah Jazz are my team, the Utah Jazz are your team, yes, Larry Miller owns them and pays their salary, but they are our team. We are the ones that make it all worth while. We are the ones that fill the seats. If we lived in L.A. we could cheer for ten other proffesional teams. In Utah, we have the Jazz. So at the beginning of another season we have the same chance that everyone else has of winning a championship and so we can start out by saying, "This year is our year."