Posted by: Patrick on March 13th, 2013The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Yeah, Im back, and Im ready to stir the pot on this one. Let see, we will have to find some short term big contracts to make it work, but Okur did it, so why cant we find another one or two, until our core raises the salary bar. Here we go, I wont talk about the big short term contracts, lets bring in some Youth and get the Youth movement grow. Yahhhhooooo
Ok, first we have 3 draft picks this year. I say lets make that grow. So lets keep our pick but trade the GSW pick down. What do you think, sound like a plan. Better keep readying, here is where it gets good. We send the GSW Pick and our second round to Cleveland for their Heats first round pick, currently 29th, Their Magic second round pick currently 32nd, and their second round pick currently 34th. Now what would i do with all that youth, well lets draft them and see.
With Utahs first pick in the 2013 draft they pick wih the 14th pick Trey Burke. Then with the 29th pick the draft Nate Wolters. Then with the 32nd pick, they pick Robert Covington, and with the 34th pick they draft Mike Muscalla.. Wahoo, look at all them young uns. Lets look at the lineup.
PG Trey Burke, Nate Wolters, Burks
SG Hayward, Burks, Travis Leslie
SF Carroll, Hayward, Robert Covington
PF Kanter, Evans, Muscalla
C Favors, Kanter, Muscalla
That leaves us room for 3 big short term contracts. Lets pick guys who get hurt alot and like to sit out. Maybe we can get our original turk back, with Mo, and Boozer. That should eat up anough money, and luck on the fans side, they will all be sidelined cheering our young fellas on. Wahoooo. They cant lose by much worse than the beatings we have taken lately, and there would be a lot more energy.
Feel free to add your thoughts. Keep them positive, and lets have some fun with this post. Tired of all the Whining, so leave that on one of the other posts. Have fun and see ya soon.
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