Posted by: Van on February 20th, 2013The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Just a quick question I wanted to put out there for everybody.
Here I am watching the Celtics/Lakers game tonight that is being broadcasted by Jeff Van Gundy and the talking heads are commenting on the play of Jared Collins who now plays for the Celtics. Dwight Howard is called for an offensive foul for shoving under the basket and Jeff chimes in how Collins is a known flopper and then proceeds to say this.
“If you were taught by the Utah Jazz, then flopping is in your blood…”
Curious, I wonder what made Jeff to make that leap, say more so than any other team? Now Im under no illusion that the Jazz dont have players that currently flop on occasion(as its a problem all over the NBA) as well as a few in the past, but to make it an orginizational issue thats taught to players?
Pretty weak if you asked me, but then again maybe John Stockton peed in his cheerios once upon a time…
*Check that, I remember why Jeff hates us, he got fired after the Rockets lost in 7 to the Utah Jazz in 2007, but anyone think he still might be holding onto that?
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