Who would've thought that in a matter of a couple months, the best NBA franchise in the world was about to have a unrepairable season. With the losing streak, the departure of the best coach to ever be in the game, and with the trade of our all-star point guard. I will admit i questioned the trade and, the stories behind everything that has happened this year. But then i had to really think. Am I a D-Will fan or a JazzFan? The move Makes perfect sense. Why risk losing another player for nothing? We don't want another Boozer situation. But now the real Question. Is Harris the right man for the job? On paper probably not. But when did K.O.C. go off of the paper?
To the game. WOW. The Jazz played more like they were at the beginning of the season then they have in a while. And I don't think that you could have asked for more from Harris, then what he gave us last night, and that was after a half day of practice. The defense, The ball movement, and the energy were great, not to mention the effort that the Jazz had been missing over the last 15 games. Now I don't like to read into things. How consistent can harris be? I say take a look at his career and you will have an answer. Is he as good as Williams at the point? probably not. But is he as good as Williams in general? If not yes then really close. If it was a player for player trade it would have been the worst deal of the season. But when you through in Favors, 2 picks, and 3 Million Presidents pictures it is the best deal of the season. Once again K.O.C. proves that he is one of the smartest gm's in the league. Both Harris, and Favors looked like they fit right in, and the jazz played outstanding. It will be a fun season here on out. And yes, the pain and suffering is over for Jazz fans. I know there are going to be people that will disagree with me on what I have said. And all I can say to that is... GET OUT OF MY JAZZ NATION!!!!