Posted by: Splendid Jimmy on January 6th, 2011The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Inconsistency is probably the thing that drives me the craziest about the Jazz bench. And if you’re a Jazz fan, you can’t say the word “inconsistency”, without thinking about C.J. Miles. The two words are more synonymous than politicians and corruption, or David Stern and Satan. If you don’t believe me, look at his stats game by game this year. http://www.nba.com/playerfile/cj_miles/game_by_game_stats.html
C.J. Miles is way to inconsistent to be able to rely on him on a regular basis. Sure his stats may be improving this year, (I am just assuming this. I’m too lazy to actually check.) but every Jazz fan needs to ask themselves if Miles is really the guy we want as our sixth man. Has he reached the climax of his career already? It seems like he is not going to improve his game at this point of his career. He is a 5 year pro VETERAN. I no longer consider him this young hot shot who, with good coaching and the right amount playing time, can become a star in this league. Those hopes are done!
Pull the plug on Project C.J. and focus more on developing a guy who actually has POTENTIAL! His name is Gordon Hayward.
Now, I would like nothing more but for Miles to get traded by the deadline, but realistically speaking, it’s not gonna happen. I don’t see us getting anything valuable for him in the market this year. We’re just gonna see him chuck up 3 point shot after 3 point shot and either watch it touch nothing but net, or nothing but air.
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