Posted by: Steve on February 17th, 2011The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
So i posted the other day about a roster shakeup, and i suggested maybe we should start Fesenko next to Jefferson and bring Milsap off the bench. But everybody and there grandma replied about how pathetic Fes is and how he is an embarrassment to this franchise… hmm… a bit harsh and uncalled for i believe.
I found this reading an article from John Hollinger, a writer for espn talking about our beloved Fesenko…. haha
I’m not sure whether he’s in Utah’s long-term plans, given the immaturity issues he has shown and his glaring lack of offensive skill, but Fesenko can help the right team for one single reason: The dude is huge. And because of that, he has had a tremendous impact on games defensively.
According to basketballvalue.com, Utah gives up 97.53 points per 100 possessions when he’s on the floor … and 109.78 when he isn’t. That 12.26 point differential is by far the greatest on the team and leads one to wonder why he hasn’t been paired more with either Al Jefferson or Paul Millsap — perhaps even as a starter. He’s an unrestricted free agent after the season, so if the Jazz aren’t interested in using him, perhaps somebody else can make it work.
Wow… i was honestly shocked to read that, but he’s good at something and thats being BIG!!! Which makes a difference even if it doesn’t show up in the box score!!
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