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UtahJazzFan88 04-14-2011 02:31 AM

Gordon Hayward
 
He's going to be good, been playing really good in late March, and into the whole month of April, 34 points tonight against Denver, and he seems like a great facilitator with the offense, and can come off the curls really nicely, and knock down the 3, KOC looks like a genius with this pick to me. :applause:

Xiao Yao You 04-14-2011 07:34 AM

Re: Gordon Hayward
 
He's a genius for getting someone that can play with a lottery pick?

UtahJazzFan88 04-14-2011 04:15 PM

Re: Gordon Hayward
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Xiao Yao You
He's a genius for getting someone that can play with a lottery pick?


Yeah ok, knew you would have some smartass comment lol. He looks like a better pick than Wesley Johnson, Ekpe Udoh, Aminu, Aldrich, Xavier Henry, even looked a lot better than Paul George too.

Xiao Yao You 04-14-2011 10:48 PM

Re: Gordon Hayward
 
Time will tell. He made a great pick with Koufos too(If you're the Nuggets at least). What the hell were they thinking there? He should be starting for the Jazz. How anyone could have possibly thought Fessenko had anything on him is beyond me.

UtahJazzFan88 04-15-2011 01:31 AM

Re: Gordon Hayward
 
Yea, I agree that I'd rather have Koufos than Fesenko, that's what I'm really irked about KOC, but whatever, Koufos usually is never that good with Denver and Minnesota though like he was yesterday. From what I've seen in the statlines when Kosta gets minutes, he puts up some good numbers.

Xiao Yao You 04-15-2011 11:11 AM

Re: Gordon Hayward
 
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Koufos usually is never that good with Denver and Minnesota though like he was yesterday. From what I've seen in the statlines when Kosta gets minutes, he puts up some good numbers.

His numbers show he scores, rebounds and blocks shots and anyone that was paying attention at the beginning of his rookie year saw that he was a player. What Jerry and O'Conner were thinking after that who knows? He would be a senior now.

Fessenko has shown he's the worst free throw shooter ever but not much else. Than we could take a look at the shooting stats of the Jazz's guards and they are all pathetic. Brewer/Matthews anyone? Maynor? The list goes on and on. I gave the guy the benefit of the doubt when Larry was being tight fisted but they went over the cap and he still hasn't done the job.


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