20 May 2012
Utah Jazz Around the Web Weekend Edition.
29 Trades 29 Teams Aftermath.
Peter Novak followed up his epic post 29 trades and 29 teams with an interview on 1320 with Spencer Ryan Hall from SaltCityHoops.
I can’t thank Peter and Spencer enough for the work on this. I have known Peter for about 15 years, very smart and a fabulous critical thinker. Thanks, Peter.
Breaking Down Al Jefferson's Rebound Tactics [Frame by Frame]
Great stuff by Alec Lam. It is safe to say that Al could be getting 20/20’s if he actualy tried to rebound.
Paul Millsap for #6 #11 and Cash. Huh?
I understand the logic behind this argument, but most GMs don’t. No one will value Paul Millsap for a #6 pick, even if his contract is sexy.
Devin Harris TOP 10 in 2011-12 Season
The NBA's Award-Winning Playoffs From Bill Simmons.
The Herm Edwards "We Can Build On This!" Award for "Things You Can't Actually Build On, Even If You Say You Can Build On Them"
To the precocious Jazz, who unexpectedly barged into the playoffs before getting trounced by the Spurs to the degree that Al Jefferson said that he didn't know if anyone was beating San Antonio this spring … only they hadn't played Game 4 yet. Whoops. By making the playoffs, they also had to give a lottery-protected pick in a deep draft to Minnesota as part of the Jefferson trade from years back. Yes, I'm fighting off the urge to make the "anytime you can give up the 18th pick to get swept by an average of 16 points per game, you have to do it" joke.
(The good news for Jazz fans: David Kahn is making that pick.)
Nancy Lieberman Recognized as One of the Top 40 Female Athletes over the Last 40 Years
Lieberman was ahead of her time, a talent that surely would have starred in the WNBA had it been in existence in the 1980’s. Instead she was limited to playing in the short-lived Women’s Basketball League, and is recognized as the only woman to play in a men’s professional sports league (two seasons in the United States Basketball League). During Lieberman’s time as a professional basketball player, she also played for the LA Lakers and Utah Jazz in the summer leagues. Lieberman did play for the Phoenix Mercury in the WNBA’s inaugural season of 1997 at the age of 39. She returned to play one game with the Detroit Shock at the age of 50 in 2008.
Yes, a woman played for the Utah Jazz summer league team. The Jazz are also the only team to draft a woman in the Draft 1974 I believe.
Paul Millsap Season in Review
Locke is putting together some fantastic stuff. You should all be following and reading along.
Random Off-Season Quotage.
Moni as always....witty.
Gordon Hayward is on the BookFace
Three Point Targets for the Jazz- The diamonds and the Coal
Nash, Novak and Korver are tops on my list. I love Ray Allen, but like Clark says,”We are not on his radar.”
Devin Harris Selling his 2.2 Million Dollar Dallas House.
Unique Mediterranean villa in gated community of Green Park. Grand foyer with walls of glass with view of pool & spa.Study & formal dining room off foyer.Gourmet kitchen viking appliances.Huge family room wall of windows & doors that open to pool area & covered patio with outdoor fireplace.Master suite has see through fireplace to sitting area.Gameroom,media & other bedrooms up balconies that overlook the pool.
Makes sense. The house is ridiculous though. Check out the pictures.
Former Utah Jazz Man Ronnie Price Player Evaluation.
Fake, but still only 20 bucks!
Utah Jazz "Fans" TV spot
One of the best commercials of all time. It’s interesting that Commercial Arts doesn’t like the player voice over. I definitely like the explanation though, It brings the team and the community/fans together.
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