D.Will has turned our once proud organization into a joke. Isn't anyone mad that Sloan's career ended like this? No one going to stand up for Sloan? Phil Johnson displayed to the end what loyalty and honor is. As a fan myself, I am no longer rooting for the Jazz and the punk kid D.Will. If some punk kids were being mean to my pops, harassing him, even to the point of making my pops quit his job, I would not let that kid get away with it. We, as fans, are letting D.Will do whatever he wants, condoning his actions by cheering him on, rooting for him as if nothing happened.
Did anyone see last night's game and saw how hard D.Will was playing? He was hustling, going for blocks, running through screens, playing hearts out. D.Will never hustles or plays defense. And even with his effort, he still couldn't guard anyone. The rookie burned D.Will, driving to the lane at will. D.Will wanted badly to win the game, to show that he's better off without a coach whom preaches discipline and order. Well, the first half was about that hyped up energy, but in the second half the real Jazz showed up. Disorganized, no team unity, identity, and chaos.
Greg Miller is a douche. Yes, I said it. The Jazz organization, has lost its integrity, honor, and its tradition has gone down the drains. How hard the late Larry H. Miller, Frank Layton, Jerry Sloan, and all the great past players worked to build the organization into a respectable one. It is embarrassing that our proud team of tradition has turned into this, to let a kid do whatever he wants, to run the entire team.
After pressuring and punking coach Sloan into resignation, D.Will will leave us next year. Like they say, "It's all about business." He'll turn our organization into a mess and straight up leave. He has no responsibility, no sense of ownership, nor loyalty.
If I were Greg Miller, I would have traded D.Will on the fly if I knew he was messing with the coach like that. Larry H. Miller wouldn't have ever allowed no punk player to be bigger than the coach.
D.Will, there is a reason the San Antonio Spurs have the best record in the league. If you want to be a real superstar, a legend, learn from Tim Duncan and how he goes about the business of being a professional.