Posted by: kevin on July 8th, 2010The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
I have been on this site for a week, and so far I can see that there are two groups of people. There are the people who are optimistic, the people that are happy to have a team that is solid every year and that probably will be solid next year even without Boozer. The other group of people are frustrated. They have watched a team make the playoffs for years and years, constantly coming close but at the end, a simalar result. I tend to go back and forth. I to am very happy to be able to tune in on a cold winter night in december and know that my favorite team has a good chance to win. I credit the Jazz orginization for making this happen. Then there is the other side, the side that tends to see a lack of effort form the front office to do things that make the team a championship contender. The side that wonders why all the other teams make a lot of moves to get better and the Jazz tend to stand pat. Ah stand pat, if I had a nickle for every time I heard a Jazz executive udder those words. Now all eyes are on the Jazz front office, quite possibly like no other time in the history of the Jazz. What do they do. As a life long Jazz fan I will try to remember the first set of people I mentioned. I will be excited for this season no matter what and I hope all of you will be to, but this might be the one time that the Jazz must take do something unusual for them, take a risk. As has been mentioned by others, there is a lot at stake. Deron is waiting for the Jazz to build around him. It is time to make a big splash and hope for the best.
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