Posted by: Mason Nichols on July 18th, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Ronnie Price never really did anything for the Jazz. I was so grateful when they let him walk last season. Even though he was a terrible basketball player he became a fan favorite for his high flying act. I will never forget how his dunk changed the flow of the game when we beat the Lakers two years ago.
That being said when I was thinking about him all that came to my mind was Jeremy Evans. Is he the next Ronnie Price? A bench player that rarely gets into the game and when he does the only thing he provides are a few highlight dunks?
I surely think Jeremy impacts the game more than Ronnie ever did. He gets rebounds and is a great weak side shot blocker. I hope Jeremy Evans becomes more of a threat. Ronnie and Jeremy both have great Jazz attitudes.
I hope the best for Ronnie Price up in Portland. It will be nice to see him play against the Jazz. Whether it be because I have a special place in my heart for Ronnie or that he will increase the Jazz’s chance of winning because he is an awful player, well, I will leave that up to you to decide. Honestly I didn’t know if someone was going to let him play for them this year. I am glad his NBA dream is surviving… somewhere else besides in Utah.
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