09 April 2012
Blah Blah Pop is a genius and a hall of fame coach with lots of wins and some titles. As a Jazz fan I am fine with the decision and as a Spurs fan I wouldn’t care either, knowing that Pop knows what he is doing. For some reason all of the Jazz broadcasting crew think it's "something evil" and that it is not good for the game. As a Jazz fan, “We don’t pay to see the Spurs, we pay to see the Jazz win.” With the missing players and injuries to the Jazz here is a look at last night’s starting linuep.
John Stockton and Greg Ostertag were in the crowd last night.
John Stockton continues to be a fan favorite despite being the most difficult autograph in sports...other than a dead player. Reports were that he was denying tons of kids autographs. I get it, but don’t agree with it. His interview was the same as always I am fine. I don’t miss basketball. I am coaching my kids.
Favors played well in the first half, but needs more touches to get going on offense.
Gordon Hayward continues to be the player that looks like he cares the most.
Evans left in the middle of third quarter with an ankle injury, by the time you read this two other Jazz players will be injured.
The fourth quarter started 68-64 SA with a lineup of Sap, Favors, Burks, Kanter and Tinsley.Devin Harris decided that he wanted to win the game all by himself.
Here is a breakdown of the run.
4:52 Devin Harris make a spinning layup on the left side with his left hand 4:52
4:33 Neal hits a three pointer 4:33
3:54 Devin Harris pull up three in transition ala Stockton 78-78
3:38 Neal with a layup 80-78
3:26 Devin Harris makes free throw 1 of 1 80-79
3:26 Devin Harris makes free throw 2 of 2 80-80
2:47 Devin Harris another pull up three in transition. 80-83
2:23 Devin Harris makes free throw 2 of 2 80-84
Video from @ProdigyJF
Harris scores eleven straight and carries the Jazz to a win. A win is a win, and in the end it won’t matter what happened and who didn’t play it counts as a win in the standings.
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