Back To the Future: The Utah Jazz Need a Newfangled Approach

March 2nd, 2010 by Christopher Kamrani Leave a reply »

Everything good needs replacing.

Some raspy-voiced, crooning dude holding a guitar said that once.

Forgot his name.

I doubt Jazz general manager Kevin O’Connor’s heard the song, but it just so happens that unlimited lyric paints a pathway directly to the front door of O’Connor.

How can you gage this Utah franchise? Generally strong as the iron-rod, it took a catastrophic hit last season with the loss of owner Larry H. Miller.

Tattooed in fervent fearlessness, Miller held such a high ceiling for his beloved franchise that he would barrel through a concrete pillar for the chance at hoisting the NBA title.

Larry never got that chance.

Now, the current status and foundations of the franchise seem to be in great stature, right? The Jazz are winning. They’ve being ripping off wins like old, moldy band-aids since early Jan. There’s been All-Star play, coupled with pleasant surprises all around.

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