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Miller: Malone ‘unstable, unreliable’
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Feb 4, 2012 10:15AM MDT
A blog post by Jazz CEO Greg Miller on Friday evening called former Utah forward Karl Malone “too unreliable and too unstable” to coach the team’s big men, and said Malone was lying about being unable to get a game ticket.
Earlier in the evening, Miller took to Twitter to accuse Malone of telling tales.
“Hey Karl — you’re lying. You have my number. Next time you need a seat to a Jazz game, call me. You can have mine,” Miller said via his account at 6:33 p.m. Malone recently told The Salt Lake ...
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Utah Jazz owner and CEO Greg Miller called 14-time All-Star Karl Malone "too unreliable and too unstable" to help his former team as an assistant coach Friday night. He also claimed that Malone lied to a newspaper about having to use a scalper to purchase tickets to a Jazz game in a blog post.Miller also posted a scathing Twitter post earlier on Friday."Hey Karl-you...
A week after Karl Malone called out the Jazz on Jerry Sloan’s exit, owner Greg Miller shot back at Malone, calling him “too unreliable and too unstable” to help the team as an assistant coach in a blog post Friday night. Miller also tweeted that Malone lied in an interview with the Salt Lake Tribune about having to use a scalper to purchase tickets to a Jazz game last season...
Utah Jazz: Team owner calls Karl Malone ‘unreliable’ and ‘unstable’
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Feb 4, 2012 12:10AM MDT
A blog post by Jazz CEO Greg Miller’s Friday evening called former Utah forward Karl Malone “too unreliable and too unstable” to coach the team’s big men, and said the Malone was lying about being unable to get a game ticket.
When you think of the Utah Jazz, one player that definitely comes to mind is forward Karl Malone and you would assume that he would never have to pay for a ticket to a Jazz home game.Back in 2011, Malone was denied tickets to a home game after head coach Jerry Sloan quit after having a spat with former Jazz player Deron Williams:What happened to Sloan had festered inside Malone for...
Jazz CEO Greg Miller replied to comments made by Karl Malone about the organization.
Monson: A year later, Karl Malone calls out the Jazz on Jerry Sloan’s exit
By Gordon Monson
Published Feb 2, 2012 05:04PM MDT
A couple of weeks before the one-year anniversary of the Night That Rocked the Jazz, the messy night that Deron Williams, first, pushed back too hard on Jerry Sloan during a game against Chicago and Sloan, second, felt undercut by...
Out in Salt Lake City, the Jazz are involved in a nasty tete-a-tete with Hall of Famer Karl Malone about how and why ex-coach Jerry Sloan ended his career, with Malone claiming that he now has to pay for tickets (the horrors! Karl Malone has bought Karl Malone way too many Beanie Babies to have that kind of money!), the ownership claiming that he's unstable and lying, and ex...
One of the greatest power fowards ever to play basketball has launched a verbal assault on his former team. Karl Malone, the Mailman, has set out on a very public campaign to defame and discredit the Utah Jazz. Malone played the prime years of his career, along side John Stockton and under the watchful eye [...]
Current Jazz owner Greg Miller and former star Karl Malone exchanged heated words last week.
The petty war of words between Jazz legend Karl Malone and the team’s front-office has been an embarrassment for everyone involved, and John Stockton would like for it to stop. Per the Salt Lake Tribune: “After Karl Malone responded defiantly Saturday to a scathing blog post by Utah Jazz CEO Greg Miller, fellow Hall of Famer John Stockton suggested the two need to call a quick...
End war of words, Stockton urges
By Steve Luhm
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Feb 4, 2012 08:45PM MDT
After Karl Malone responded defiantly Saturday to a scathing blog by Utah Jazz CEO Greg Miller, fellow Hall of Famer John Stockton suggested the two need to call a quick truce.
If the verbal sparring continues, Stockton feared it might “tarnish” what the organization...