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Paul Millsap, who has spent his entire six-year career with the Jazz, can imagine re-signing as a free agent.
BEST OF MAXIM
If you're looking for the NBA announcer meltdown of the week, it comes to us courtesy of David Locke from the Utah Jazz radio network.Nearing the end of Saturday's Grizzlies/Jazz game, Utah forward Derrick Favors missed an easy lay-up attempt which could have turned into a three-point play.After the ball rimmed out, Locke decided to speak in tongues for a few seconds:(Courtesy...
I think we're beginning to see mounting empirical evidence that the packed NBA schedule is beginning to take its toll on the league's broadcasters. First there was the now infamous tirade launched by Ian Eagle against Mike Fratello. Then, there was Jeff Van Gundy flipping out on flopping and challenging the league office to act. But, perhaps the craziest NBA announcing...
QUIET THE NOISE
With the New Orleans Hornets looking for a new nickname, David Stern went ahead and stated the obvious by telling everyone that the "Jazz" name is off the market.
With the NBA season and fantasy leagues coming to an end, Erik and Patrick devote this podcast to keeper leagues: the different types of leagues and how they work, how to effectively create and run a keeper league, how to stop problems before they happen, and some general discussion of evaluating player value in keeper leagues. If you currently play in or are even thinking about...