The Downbeat - 14 September 2010 - #315 - The RejuveTag Edition

  Some game-play footage of NBA2K11 for the Jazz from Operation Sports.  They break down some of the offensive plays of the Jazz as well as showing the new court (which still hasn't been unveiled).

And the demo is out today, a few weeks before the release.

NBA 2K11: Ten Teams in Ten Days - Day 4: Utah Jazz (via MrOperationSports)


(it's so real, Yao blew out his knee 3 seconds later)

  For you sneaker heads, here's Deron's new HyperFuse (from Sole Redemption),



  This was discussed on twitter the past couple of days but I forgot to bring it to the Dunk for discussion.  Big Tag has been working out in Dallas (see, Deron is totally going to go there now in 2012) to try and get back into the league.  His first stop may be in the DLeague with the Defenders.  Right now though, he's just trying to get a training camp invite.

Ostertag is 37, younger than some other vet centers that are still playing.  He's been out of the league for 4 years.  While he still has to get into playing shape, at least playing shape for Greg Ostertag, I wonder if the time off has extended his playing time?  Had he kept playing, he likely would have been done by now.  Maybe the time off has rejuvenated him a bit?

I do wonder if he had any discussions with the Jazz at all before the Elson signing.  There had to have been some communication there, right?  There's a bit of a logjam now, especially when Memo comes back.  

The biggest issue though is that should he play this season, he'll have to put off entering the HOF for another 5 seasons.

  CJ tweeted this the other day,

Best fans in Tha world I swear

Anyone have one better?

  Tuesday poll,

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