Okay, things are looking bad for our team right now. To be more accurate, things have been looking bad for a few months now. Waiting this season out is not fun, especially for a fanbase that's used to winning. We have a lot to look forward to though. And we have a very strong past to remember fondly. This year will just be a bump in the road. Anyway, enjoy some vintage Mailman (who dunks harder than Blake Griff)
In case you missed the episode, Deron Williams makes his appearance on the Suite Life on Deck. Here are the marks where he appears: 6:17 10:08 15:35 18:11 21:00 NEW! The Suite Life On Deck: #66 Twister: Part 1 (via YouTube)
I'm always impressed by how savvy people are with computers. I'm still unable to even get my League Pass Broadband to work, but everyone and their mom are able to make slick videos from TV feeds. Here's some Xs and Os from a High school coach who looks at a number of Jazz plays. It's worth the look. Check out more at his website and/or follow him on twitter @bballSource
You should have already seen this twice by now, but if you haven't, I wanted to give the rest of you all a chance to here. Thanks to The Basketball Jones for doing this show, and TheScore for hiring them full-time.
AK-47's 5 x 6 vs. Lakers in 2006 via memoismoney The one play that stood out to be is one you wouldn't expect. Look at that jump shot at the end of the 2nd. It's so pretty that AK looks like a shooter. Final comment: even when it looks like AK's seconds too late, even when it looks like he's not high enough in the air...he still gets the block.
Jeremy "Stanky Leg" Evans, Gordon "Twinkle Toes" Hayward, and Ryan "Memories of John Wall Dance" Thompson in the Jazz Rookie Dance off 2010
Awesome video for NBA starved fans like myself that shows two guys playing 4 quarters of NBA 2k11 (Jazz at Pistons). [Thanks to Operation Sports]