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***2012-2013 Utah Jazz Thread***

Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Another lineup change for tonight as Miles will be starting at SF. Hopefully this change works but I doubt it since we're playing the Lakers.

Good luck tonight, MT.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Another lineup change for tonight as Miles will be starting at SF. Hopefully this change works but I doubt it since we're playing the Lakers.

Good luck tonight, MT.

To you as well sir! Although I doubt you'll need it lol
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When it rains, it pours.
WTF is going on????????
Uhhhh....................good game?
we've officially hit rock bottom
We should only lose by 50 or 60 tonight. Shouldn't be too bad.

Sad thing is, is that I'm not going to be surprised if we do...
Deron Williams - Master of the stupid turnovers
Watson is the master of alley oop passes on this team Glad to see Evans in the game and contributing as well. He deserves more playing time.
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Watson is the master of alley oop passes on this team Glad to see Evans in the game and contributing as well. He deserves more playing time.

Come back, dammit!
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Watson is the master of alley oop passes on this team Glad to see Evans in the game and contributing as well. He deserves more playing time.

Come back, dammit!

Nothing is going our way except for Williams being able to own Hill and Parker. I really wished the Lakers had gotten Bell instead of us. f**king garbage. I miss Matthews
f**k Manu!!!
Horrible job during the inbound passes I dunno wtf was going on there. I dont remember teh last time we've lost 6 straight.
At least we played decent. If it wasn't for that 12-0 run, and missed free throws the game could have been in our favor.
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If the Nets fail to land Carmelo Anthony, the team plans to target Utah's Andrei Kirilenko.

Kirilenko will be a free agent this coming summer and the forward knows Russian billionaire and Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov.

The pair have dinner whenever Kirilenko returns home to Russia.

The Nets view Kirilenko as a potential player and front-office official, according to a source.

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