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Hate to say it but I liked the knicks before melo.... THe jazz are going to be BAD in the next few years but at least they got a future. While the knicks look like they are going to be the 3-5 seed for ever and Miamis B!tch hahaha. Idk I feel like it was the right move.

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Really?

You two are going to do this?

Knicks vs. Jazz?

A fan boy battle?

Really?

Can't you just cheer for your favorite team and wish everybody else the best?

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Ya thats it. And wait what

Ya thats it. And wait what have the Knicks done in the last decade? And we know that Williams wont be happy in NJ. Their garbage. Its trouble waiting to happen.

Sigh, how do you know? New Jersey has better wings then Utah and a better center then Utah. I call it a upgrade on a team without a good point guard. Deron Williams won't lead that team to anything this year, but rest assure, the Nets will be winning more games then Utah next season. When that happens, I wanna see your words then.

As for the Knicks comment, the Jazz been to how many finals? Zero. The Jazz won how many titles? Zero? Who earned more money in the past 10 years? The Knicks. Who got a big free agent even after they sucked the year before? The Knicks. Who had their best post player leave even after winning a postseason round? The Jazz.

Who just had a player complain about thier coach and wanted out so the team had to move him in a inpluse move? The Jazz

Who added a top 10-13 player in the NBA after he demanded to come to their team/city? The Knicks

I rest my case on that.

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Can't you just cheer for your

Can't you just cheer for your favorite team and wish everybody else the best?

I'm very happy for Utah, don't get me wrong. I think you guys got a good deal for D-Will as of right now.

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"the Jazz been to how many finals? Zero."

Nobody comment on this.

Go back to dancing in your rooms, and celebrate Utah trading the bad guy.

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"the Jazz been to how many

"the Jazz been to how many finals? Zero."

Since 2000, how many Finals has the Jazz been too? He talked about the Knicks in a decade, I'm taking about Utah in a decade. NICE TRY THOUGH.

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Nobody

Nobody comment on that either.

Jazz fans, show some class.

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Here ill do the copy and past thing also

sigh, how do you know? New Jersey has better wings then Utah and a better center then Utah.

Who do they have on the wing? Travis Outlaw? And Al Jefferson can score just was well if not better than Lopez, on a good team, and can acutally grab a rebound.

The Knick are a huge market with money to throw around and they waste it on guys like Eddy Curry and Allen Houston. Lets hope Amare doesn't get poked in the eye or somthing. Than that max contract will come back to bite you guys. The Jazz are a small market and still are better than the Knicks, and have been for some time. Like i said whens the last time you one a series or even made the playoffs?

And who had the balls to move their star player so he didnt pull a Lebron, Amare, or Carmelo? The Jazz did.

We let guys like Williams and Boozer walk if they dont wanna be here.

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You know what? No money is

You know what? No money is correct and I apologize. Let's end this thread on a good note. Here's what I wrote about the Jazz this afternoon on my blog.

http://nbastateofmind.wordpress.com/2011/02/23/good-job-utah/

Remember last offseason where Cleveland and Toronto got left with nothing but late 1st round picks and trade exceptions for LeBron James and Chris Bosh? Looks like teams like Denver and Utah, weren’t going out that way. With the Nuggets and Jazz moving both Carmelo Anthony and Deron Williams, they both did what the Cavs and Raptors didnt: Decrease the time it will take to rebuild a franchise. When you trade for superstars, you will never get fair value for him. Instead, teams will try to get back 60 or 70 cents on the dollar for him. In Utah case, I love what they got back

Derrick Favors

Favors should make a impact for Utah

The Nets gave up two first round picks, Devin Harris and Derrick Favors for Deron Williams. To me, this doesn’t make Utah much worse then what they were. In fact, I think this could make Utah better down the road. Devin Harris isn’t nowhere near Deron Williams in the overall talent department, but is a solid point guard who could be serviceable for Utah. Derrick Favors is a very important piece here. Currently, Favors averages 6.3 points and 5.3 rebounds and might be in contention to start. Why is that important? Having Favors start allows Milsap to go to the bench and be even more effective.

The other two huge pieces? Those two first round picks heading to Utah. The first pick is New Jersey’s 2011 1st round pick. That’s a huge haul because the Nets are a bottom 6 teams (currently 17-40) and that pick could be a HUGE pick for Utah. Imagine Utah grabbing Baylor’s Perry Jones, or North Carolina’s Harrison Barnes in the draft? (Note: I tried so hard to not say Utah is taking Jimmer Fredette from BYU. Couldn’t hold it.) The second pick is Golden State’s 2012 1st round pick. While I’m in the minority believing that pick won’t be a lottery pick, The Jazz will potentially have two of the top 20 picks in the 2012 draft.

No matter what happens now, Utah throw out their biggest chip, and got a great deal. The bigger question now is, does Utah move Al Jefferson? Paul Milsap? Only time will tell, but good job Utah. No 26 game losing streak in your sights.

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I'll

I'll get Mollom down here. I'm serious.

And thank you Knicksboy. Fanboy battles are pointless. People can give somebody a million reasons why their favorite team sucks, but it never changes anything. Nobody can tell you who to like or cheer for.

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He started it lol. Naw ok im

He started it lol. Naw ok im done. Respect, nice blog.

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Man Al Jefferson's life must

Man Al Jefferson's life must suck. He finally gets to play with a possible playoff team and then loses one of the best coaches in professional sports and the best player on the team in less than a month.

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The problem is no one wants

The problem is no one wants to come here ( utah where i live now) Players talk about it all the time when they come to play against the Jazz. They will be able to get someone but they will only come because Utah may offer themt he most money but they won't wanna be here and as soon as they build up there stock they will wanna leave.

As far as the argument between franchises Utah is the better one as far as going to the playoffs and winning(on the court). The Knicks have one a title but that was before any one on here was born. But The Knicks are better as far as making money and thats because they are in New York.

The Nets possibly have a very bright future, they do have a nice present since Dwill is a great player and he's a point guard which is very good since he has the ability to raise other players games. As far as the future , the Nets now can entice players to come join Dwill and Lopez and they have the move to brooklyn on there side. Time will tell if they are able to lure other players there but i have no doubt that the Russian owner will do his best to try and make that happen

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I live in Utah also. And yes

I live in Utah also. And yes thats always been a problem for Utah, free agency. We have always build threw the draft and trades.

But whats to say wont leave NJ like everyone was saying he was going to leave Utah. They have almost no supporting cast their. Maybe if they can snag another star or borderline star player he might stay. But otherwise i see him leaving beacuase now he goes to a much worse team than the Jazz.

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As far as the argument

As far as the argument between franchises Utah is the better one as far as going to the playoffs and winning(on the court). The Knicks have one a title but that was before any one on here was born. But The Knicks are better as far as making money and thats because they are in New York.

Dos. 1970 and 1973 are NY title years

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