Posted by: Jazzaholic on November 8th, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Ahhhh…It’s good to get back and into Jazz mode. MrsJazz and I spent 3 weeks in Mexico. I know, I know, I can see your tears running down your face with sorrow for us. We missed the preseason.
Back to the Hated Laker game. The Jazz “pickups” played better than the draft picks in this game. Randy and Mo are really nice additions. I liked how Big Al and the UnderCanter played notsoSuperman. I think the Lakers got the wrong end of the Bynum/Howard deal, except Bynum is out with an injury, which nobody could have foreseen.
Howard’s free throw shooting…well, how do you shoot an airball from the free throw line? Will Ty ever figure out Hack-A-Howard?
Enes and Derrick really need more time.
Despite Gordon’s poor offensive game, his defense was great. They just keep trying to test the “skinny kid” and end up getting embarrassed or blocked.
And, how about those classy Hated Laker fans? They came armed with their pepper spray and who knows what other weapons. Thank goodness for the metal detectors. For the most part they look like thugs and social outcasts. One guy near us stuffed his puke yellow gear in a birthday shopping bag on his way out.
When any other team comes to town, their fans are nicely dressed and well groomed for the most part. They know who the players and coaches are for their team and some of the team’s history.
A Hated Laker game looks like gang violence could break out at any minute, and it did with the pepper sprayers. The Jazz fans were probably luck they were only armed with pepper spray.
They wonder why they are appropriately named the Hated Lakers.
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