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Thursday, May 23
Quick note to Jazz fans - Roy Hibbert entered the league at 22 years old, is now 26 - Favors is currently 21 and Kanter turned 21 yesterday
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Wednesday, May 22
Key play of the night with 4:10 left in the 4th Q - LeBron hits the 3 off the Cole pass from the Hibbert block of Wade drive. Needed all 3
I love this game !
79.7% free throw shooter makes all three 50.6% of the time
I wonder if somebody came straight down and landed on Birdman's head whether they would be impaled on his spiked Mohawk.
Hangout in now open sorry invites were out.
A complete and total unrelenting commitment on the defensive end of the floor by both teams - why they are in the Western Confernce Finals
Tuesday, May 21
Spurs have scored 2 points in over 7:00 minutes
Lindsey brought up this interesting fact: "We were evaluating players older than Gordon." Hayward turned 23 years old in March.
GM Dennis Lindsey on Chicago combine: "As you can imagine, there were a few guards that are aware we don't have anybody under contract."
Jazz GM Dennis Lindsey says draft has good athleticism, and "it’s our job to go find some guys who could help contribute to our club.”
Dennis Lindsey: "We had done all of our work up to this point with 14 in mind and if we moved up we're playing with the house's money."
Jazz GM Dennis Lindsey said the lottery's results "certainly gives us clarity."
Best players picked No. 14? Peja, Drexler, Majerle, Tim Hardaway. Best all-time 14er? Yinka Dare, I say.
Is there an extensive process one must go through in order to become a "draft expert" or do you just, you know, hang out a shingle?
Cleveland lottery kid has now stuck it to Utah, Minnesota, Orlando and Washington in the last three years.
How long did it take for the first Irving, Noel and LeBron James tweet to go out
The only thing the Cleveland Cavaliers can win is the draft lottery.
Cleveland wins the lottery. Orlando, with a 25 percent chance at No. 1 pick, will pick second.
From Jazz perspective - after #14 lottery went as well as you could hope no Western team got top 3 - Portland, Minnesota stayed in spots
Washington will be in the top 3 after Detroit ends up with the No. 8 pick.
Everything is in order through the first six picks.
The Utah Jazz will pick 14th. And that's that.
Utah did not defy its long-shot odds in the 2013 NBA Draft Lottery. Jazz will have picks Nos. 14, 21 and 46 in the June 27 draft.
Among lottery representatives, the kid from Cleveland looks like Donnie Nelson ... or vice versa.
Watching ESPN's coverage of the lottery wants me to cancel cable as soon as I get home.
I haven't been this excited about ping-pong balls since Russia’s Maxim Shmyrev beat Nigeria’s Sule Olaleyewon for the world championship.
I liked the lottery better when David Stern reached into a jar and pulled out the altered envelope.
For a team with a 98.2 percent chance of picking 14th, the lottery is a non-event. Now, imagine if the Jazz had sent Enes Kanter.
Jazz fans in Logan - about to jump on KVNU at 6:10pm.
Heading over to ESA to watch the lotto.
Michael Jordan announces Bobcats are now the Hornets. In a related development, Jordan announces Kemba Walker is now Isiah Thomas.
Since 1986, the Jazz have picked better than 14th in the draft only four times (D-Will, Hayward, Kanter, Burks).
Jazz have had 18 draft picks since 2005. At the end of last season, 11 were playing in the NBA.
Utah's Jason Washburn will participate in the massive NBA workout (44 players) in New Jersey on Wednesday
Shane Larkin Draft Breakdown Video is finally done. Being uploaded right now will post soon.
Wonder when Phil Jackson's book signing in Salt Lake City is scheduled? I know he's always liked it here to much.
Team with the huge regular season to post season offensive drop was the Knicks from #3 overall to #12 of playoffs teams.
In playoffs Clippers were 4th best offense and thunder were 7th and without Russ. Just challenging the narrative.
It is in vogue to kill Brooks and Del Negto for their lack of creativity offensively. Their teams were 2nd and 4th in NBA in offense.
The narrative is the Vinny Del Negro is a poor coach. His team went from 40-26 to 56-26. His team went from 18th to 8th defensively.
I thought ex-Clipper coach Vinny Del Negro did a good job with a clearly flawed team. Assistant Marc Iavaroni, too.
From the way their communities half-heartedly support their teams, New Orleans and Charlotte are lucky to even have NBA nicknames.
Late night thought to chew on - what is smaller for a draft prospect - a 5'11 point guard or a 6'3 shooting guard?
The last tweet about Kodji and Larkin. Kodji has been best in this game for this period of time - Larkin is better player
Watching Shane Larkin but his teammate Kenny Kodji 6'11 stretch 4 with range and athleticism is best player on the floor
Tip Off at 6:40 am
Monday, May 20
Wow Denver has 54 million on books for 13-14 and 56.6 for 14-15 how do they possibly re-sign Iguodala if he opts out of 16.1 million
Tom Thibodeau says Chicago Blackhawks and their fans know what's going on. NHL fines him $35K.
TV guy asks Red Wing player for turning point in the game. He did not say horrible goaltender interference call that wiped out tying goal.
Thanks for all the birthday wishes. Had another great year. I m so grateful for ALLAH (GOD)'s grace and all the blessing
I think I discovered what ECHL officials do in the offseason. They work the NHL playoffs. Goaltender interference? You gotta be kidding?
GM Dennis Lindsey likes Jazz's spot, win or lose lottery: "If we stay there, we like the projections and the different possibilities at 14."
All your little daily problems disappear when watching a monster tornado on TV and realizing lives are being taken/changed forever. Prayers.
But, Lindsey said, "I think we can move up. I think we've already had a few loose conversations around that so there's some potential there"
Lindsey said No. 21 can be a good player and he isn't sure there is enough separation from 14 caliber guy to higher picks to use 21.
GM Dennis Lindsey said Jazz are open about what they'll do in first round. "Open is a good thing," he said. Could pick, move up, move down.
Spent a lot of time looking into odds/probability this weekend. @willhillbet has confirmation of Loch Ness Monster at 200/1.