Found March 09, 2013 on TornBySports:
The Utah Jazz have lost 6 of their past 7 games. Ugly. This is obviously not going to cut it if they hope to make the playoffs, especially with Kobe and the Lakers surging. You can hate him or you can love him, but when Kobe says something, he’ll do anything to make sure it happens. Such is the misfortune of the Utah Jazz as they hope to keep a playoff spot and do enough to hold the Lakers out. While watching the last few games, I’ve come to a couple conclusions. First: Our starting unit just does not produce outside the big men, particularly at the beginning of the 3rd quarter. Second: Our young front-court is more than ready to be the future of this team. In the past four games, the Jazz bench has outscored the starters. What Utah needs to do is figure out how to change this. At this point I think it’s safe to say that Marvin Williams has been a ginormous disappointment. If what the front office was looking for was for him to wake up and play the ball he has the potential to play,...
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