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Old 09-20-2010, 07:33 AM   #121
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Now I get it I guess. Same reason they loved Frank Layden.
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Old 09-21-2010, 06:14 AM   #122
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Huge pick-up if the genius plays him. They could be a real threat if it wasn't for their weak ass center position as usual. Sad part is the past two years they actual had someone at the end of the bench(or D-League) that could have helped them now they don't even have that.

Kaman for Okur/Millsap?
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O’Connor would not comment when asked whether a multi-year deal between the Jazz and Fesenko was still on the table. Sources close to the center with knowledge about the negotiations said that it had been pulled.

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Numerous reports have the Jazz signing veteran point guard Earl Watson to a contract. This is another sign the Jazz are committed to winning regardless of the price tag. Watson becomes one of the most experienced back up point guards the Jazz have signed. More often than not, the Jazz have taken inexperienced and inexpensive players as the back up point guard.

Watson comes to the Jazz having started over 200 career games over his nine year career including 52 last year in Indiana. I was fortunate enough to spend the 06-07 season with Earl as the radio voice for the Seattle Supersonics. The Jazz are getting a hard nosed kid out of the projects of Kansas City.

Watson plays with an edge and toughness that Jerry Sloan is going to like. He is a defender. He battles for every possession. He understands the game and plays hard every night.

Life has not been easy on Watson. His 17 year old brother was killed in a car accident in 2004. Earls' arm tattooed with a sketch of his brother Eric. Between 8th and 11th grade Watson had 5 friends killed. All of this has formed Watson and his mindset. In 2006 he said, "The money we make is stupid," he said. "If you play for the money, you lose yourself and have no identity. I play for the love of the game, and I play to win.”

These tragic moments have also pushed Watson toward community involvement. In Denver, he played Santa Earl to single mothers who couldn’t afford presents for their kids. Back home in Kansas City, he funds an entire summer basketball league, the Earl Watson Youth Basketball League, for 6th, 7th and 8th grade kids.

On the floor, Watson was a 4 year starter, over 120 games, for Steve Lavin at UCLA playing alongside good friend Baron Davis. Originally drafted by the Supersonics in the 2nd round Watson made his mark immediately and played 64 games as a rookie. Watson signed with Memphis and played under Hubie Brown for three years. In the off-season he signed with Denver, but was traded to the Sonics at the trade deadline and played with the Sonics/Thunder for the next 4 years.

Too often in Watson’s career he has gone to a place where the point guard position was in flux. In turn, Watson has often been frustrated feeling he deserves a larger role. In Memphis he battled with Jason Williams, in Denver with Andre Miller, in Seattle with Luke Ridnour and in Indiana with TJ Ford. Many times Watson’s stay with his team has ended in dispute.

However, in Utah his role should be more clearly defined with Deron as the definite leader and point guard. At 31, wit 9 years experience, having not been on a winning team since the 04-05 season with the Memphis Grizzlies, Watson clearly is looking for a spot on a winner. His toughness and veteran savvy adds to an ever improving Jazz bench.
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Huge pick-up if the genius plays him. They could be a real threat if it wasn't for their weak ass center position as usual. Sad part is the past two years they actual had someone at the end of the bench(or D-League) that could have helped them now they don't even have that.

Kaman for Okur/Millsap?
Kaman for Okur would make me happy. Don't see why the Clips would agree to it other than to shed salary, so hey maybe it is possible.

Would Andris Biendris be available? Heard he doesn't like playing for Don Nelson and i've read GS may decide to shed salary and him and Ellis would both be up for sale.
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The proposed deal, as ESPN.com reported earlier Friday, would also involve Utah and Charlotte and is poised to deliver prized Nets rookie Derrick Favors, Jazz veteran Andrei Kirilenko and multiple future first-round picks to Denver in exchange for their franchise player.

Sources told ESPN.com that the deal, which has yet to be finalized, would send former All-Star point guard Devin Harris to Charlotte, with Bobcats forward Boris Diaw moving to Utah. The Bergen Record reported Friday afternoon that the Nets would also receive Bobcats guard D.J. Augustin, with New Jersey's Jarvis Hayes accompanying Harris to Charlotte in a sign-and-trade. Nets swingman Quinton Ross would go to Utah and Denver would get a 1-to-7 protected first-round pick in 2012 that New Jersey received from Golden State.
So what does everyone think? I'm not sure what the exact deal is because I've seen one article saying it was for Diaw and another saying it was AK for Diaw and Q-Ross. Will save Utah about $7 million this season because Diaw only makes $9 million, but he has a contract running until next season. I like Diaw when he's on, he's a decent defender and a good passer, but he can be downright dreadful when he's down.
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Old 09-26-2010, 02:04 AM   #127
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Houston remains interested in Kyrylo Fesenko, but the team is also pursuing Erick Dampier.

Fesenko does not want to miss the start of training camp. As a result, he will likely accept a long-standing one-year, $1 million qualifying offer with the Jazz if he is unable to reach a deal with the Rockets.


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So what does everyone think?

I think it's lame. Anyone else seen the blimp formerly known as Diaw in the World Championship's? They didn't want Marion in his prime but they want Diaw on his way out of the league right after O'Conner just said they weren't traing AK.

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Will save Utah about $7 million this season because Diaw only makes $9 million, but he has a contract running until next season.

Explains why they signed Elson and Watson I guess but they take on a contract next year and don't get a big guy out of it.

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I like Diaw when he's on, he's a decent defender and a good passer, but he can be downright dreadful when he's down.

He's too passive and highly overpaid not to mention his new diet of Chocalate Mousse.

Could see Sloan falling in love with Ross too at the expense of CJ. Not to mention you're helping out your division rival. Look forward to seeing AK in Denver with the reins loosened though.

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Kaman for Okur would make me happy. Don't see why the Clips would agree to it other than to shed salary, so hey maybe it is possible.

Yeah I'm not sure if Kaman has more years on his deal or not?

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Would Andris Biendris be available? Heard he doesn't like playing for Don Nelson and i've read GS may decide to shed salary and him and Ellis would both be up for sale.

Biedrins might be even better but with the coaching change he's probably not going anywhere.
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Ryan Thompson made his participation in next week's Jazz training camp official by signing a nonguaranteed contract Wednesday.With multiple posts on his Twitter account, Thompson enthusiastically announced the deal that is necessary for him to participate in camp, as the Deseret News previously reported he would.
"Officially signed and a part of the Utah Jazz," he first wrote.

He might have a shot especially if the trade goes through.
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Yeah I'm not sure if Kaman has more years on his deal or not?

Biedrins might be even better but with the coaching change he's probably not going anywhere.
Just checked Kaman, he's got a contract 'til next season, same as Okur. Okur makes about $2 million less though.

I thought the same about Biendrins, with Nelson gone his biggest issue is gone. He makes exactly the same $ that Diaw does too, expect his contract runs until 13/14 season.

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Could see Sloan falling in love with Ross too at the expense of CJ. Not to mention you're helping out your division rival. Look forward to seeing AK in Denver with the reins loosened though.
You imagine Birdman and AK flying around out there together? It'd be pretty good. Brian T. Smith wrote the following on the SL Tribune

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Jefferson on his first six seasons in the league with Boston and Minnesota, and being traded to Utah:
It's been rough years. But now I've got another chance. I kind of feel like Pau Gasol, the way he felt, when he left Memphis and went to the Lakers. It's just a great opportunity for me to come. I feel like I'm an essential piece to this puzzle here. And I think with everything I bring to the table, it can really help this team get to the next level. It can also help me show the world the type of player that I can be. So, it's just a blessing. I'm really excited that they traded for me, because they didn't have to do it. They believed in me. They believed that I can be the guy that they need.

Putting the Timberwolves years in perspective:
The thing about Minnesota, every year that I was in Minnesota it was a rebuilding year. My first year, I got traded for Kevin Garnett, so it was a young team; we was rebuilding. The second year … Kevin McHale came in, so we had a little success then. And that's when I got hurt; that was kind of tough. And then that following year, we was rebuilding again, because they changed; we got new general managers, new coaches. So it was just like all three years I was there, we was rebuilding. We just never could get off that rebuilding stage. Now that I'm in Utah, they've got a history of staying consistent. That's one thing that I like about this team. They're consistent. They've got the same coach, the same coaching staff for so many years. They've been waiting for so many years. The fans are very supportive of their team. Not saying that Minnesota fans aren't; things just aren't consistent. That's one thing that I can say about Utah that stands out from Minnesota, is just they've been consistent for so many years.

Playing with All-Star guard Deron Williams, and how that will affect his game:
I never had the opportunity to play with a point guard like D Williams. … I've got the offense coming to me. Now, I'm in a situation where I don't have to have the ball the whole time. I don't have to worry about the double team the pushing out. This offense has been so good for so many years, all I've got to do is be ready to catch the ball.

As far as the pick and roll, I like the option of me picking and rolling, and also of picking and popping. I think I can do both. It's something I'm going to work with in D Williams in training camp to get that down pat, because I know he's going to be looking to pass that ball. I've got great hands, so I've got to be ready to catch it. And I think I can do a good job with that.

As far as my offense, I can catch the ball in the sweet spot. I don't have to work as hard to score now. I can catch the ball in the sweet spot and offense is going to put me where I need to be to score the basketball. The offense is perfect for me. It's not just all about me getting adjusted to the offense. It's doing what coach wants me to do, and run the offense the way that it should be run. And everything else is going to take care of itself.

Bonding with and getting to know Williams:

I've got a chance to spend a lot of time with him. We've been playing a lot of pick-up games, with me, him, Paul [Millsap] and C.J. [Miles]. All of us have really been spending a lot of time together. And like I've been saying, D Williams is Batman. He's Batman. He's the captain. He's the guy, you know. And I'm Robin. So I'm willing to do whatever. I'm not worried about jelling with him. I'm going to adjust to him. Whatever he needs me to do is going to be done. Because the first thing he said to me when I talked to him is, 'I'm going to make you an All-Star.' And when he said that to me, I believed him. He wasn't just talking. He wasn't just saying it because it sounded good. He really means that. And I'm not going to do nothing to mess that up. Whatever he wants me to do. I know he told me one thing, he was joking. He said I don't really dunk a lot in the games. And so [he said], 'If I throw you a sweet pass, you're going to have to dunk it.' And if he wants me to start dunking, I'll dunk it.

His production during his first six years in the league, and what he can still accomplish:

I've been in the league six years. I'm 25 years old. I'm still young, man. With this opportunity I got with the Jazz, that's one of the reasons I was happy that I didn't get traded to Dallas*. I got traded here. Because we're all young here. We're all around the same age, and we can grow old together. The thing is, I think I can really take my game up to a whole other level. Because nobody is going to remember a guy who averaged 20 [points] and 10 [rebounds] on a team that's only winning 14 games a year. But you will remember a guy who averaged 16 and 12 on a team that's making the playoffs every year. I just think I've only scratched the surface. I've got ways to go, man, if I can stay healthy. I think Utah's doing a great job with this weight program, keeping my body in shape, so I can prevent getting hurt. I just think that with that type of attitude; with the positive imaging around the team; everybody's jelling together; everybody's getting along; want to work hard; want to beat the [Los Angeles] Lakers; want to go to the next level; want to win a championship. I just think all that's going to pay off. When you're clicking together like that, everything else is going to work out for itself for the good of everybody. I just think sky's the limit for everything I can do from here on out. I think if I take care of my body, I know I've got a good 10-12 years left in this game. And I just know with the coaching staff, with the teammates and this positive attitude, I just think we can go all the way, man. It could be some great years to come.

Evaluating his defense:

It's kind of like it's going to have to improve. ... I know defense is one of the biggest keys here for winning a championship. So, when you've got guys like my teammates who know how to win and know what it takes to win, I'm not going to be the sore toe sticking out on the defensive end. I'm going to do what it takes. Defense has always been something I have to improve in. And one thing I know about Coach Sloan: He motivates you. He'll make you run through a wall for [him]. And I just think all that's going to bring up my game, my defensive game, all together. Coach Sloan, he's the type of guy that if I'm not doing what I'm supposed to be doing, he's going to let me know. And that's what I need, and that's what's going to make me that great defensive player. Because one thing about defense: It's a mind thing. It's all mental. So, you've just got to do it, man. If your guy get beat, you've got to be there to help him. And I've got to trust that my guy is going to help me. It's a system. And that's just what it's going to take; there's just no excuses.

His new life with the Jazz in Salt Lake City:

Man, I'm happy, man. I love Salt Lake City. I don't know what people talking about. I heard the rumors before I got here that there's nothing to do here. Man, this is a wonderful place, man. It's a place that's got all four seasons. It's a family affair. There's so much things to do here, man. And the idea — the team I'm on — I've got the opportunity to win. I don't do the nightlife no more.I'm not going to be the type of guy who's going to go out and club all the time. I'm focused and I'm here to work and I'm here to win. And on top of that, I love the people in this city, man. Just think: When I used to come here as a Timberwolf, I thought everybody in Utah hated me. [lLaughs] Because this city was tough on me, man. But when I first got traded here, to see all these people that was so happy. And the people that had respect for my game, even when I was with the Timberwolves — we played them four times a year — they used to always say that I gave them problems. Even though we lost, I used to give the Jazz a tough time on that court. And to hear the fans welcome me with open arms: man. I can't wait for training camp. I've never been more excited to start a training camp in my life.
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Sources with knowledge of the deal told ESPN.com that Fesenko ultimately passed on a multiyear offer from the Houston Rockets on Sunday and will soon sign his one-year qualifying offer with Utah worth just over $1 million.

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Rider’s Ryan Thompson had one of the more revealing performances at Portsmouth, leading the tournament in scoring while demonstrating versatility and an incredibly high basketball IQ.

At 6’6, Thompson has good size for the wing along with solid length and a strong frame. He is a less than impressive athlete, however, and, while he could maximize his physical potential by slimming down some, he will likely remain below average by NBA standards.

On the offensive end, Thompson played an incredibly intelligent brand of basketball and displayed a very diverse skill set. He was most effective as a shooter, hitting 57.5% from the field and 64.3% from beyond the arc. Though he could still get more elevation on his jump shot, he has corrected much of the flat-footed, arc-less shot he displayed as a senior in college, where he shot just 32.4% from beyond the arc.

He also showed some of his mid-range game, taking his man off the dribble, creating some space, and pulling up for a jump shot. Despite his average first step, Thompson was able to use his size and strength advantage to get his shot off. Though he was not as successful or efficient around the rim because of his lack of ideal quickness and lift, he was able to score due to his solid body control and excellent touch.

Thompson was unable to score on athletic wing defenders such as Marquis Blakely, however, suggesting that he will have a hard time adjusting to NBA caliber defenders.

Thompson did, however, thrive as a team player. He displayed good court vision and, aside from the occasional lapse, excellent decision making. He was unafraid to make the extra pass in order to facilitate ball movement or defer to a teammate if his shot wasn’t falling. He also made quite a few nice passes off of the dribble. In addition, he moved extremely well without the ball, talking to teammates, and spreading the court.

He did a solid job defensively in the setting, even though his lateral quickness is below average. While he likely cannot defend the most athletic wing players we find in the NBA, he is a smart defender and was able to use his strength, size, and quick hands to his advantage.

Ultimately, Ryan Thompson had an outstanding performance coming off of a sub par senior season and proved himself to be one of the best players in attendance. He likely convinced scouts that, while he may not an NBA player at this point, he has a long and prosperous career ahead of him at a high level professionally.

High basketball IQ and team player, makes extra pass, moving without the ball sold the Jazz I guess.

Demetris Nichols also in camp. Hard to believe they've only got 16 guys in camp 17 if the trade happens. I believe Gaines, Jeffers and Evans all have unguaranteed contracts in addition to these two guys. That leaves 1-3 spots open if the trade doesn't happen. Could have had more guys fighting for that(those?) spots.



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