Five Reasons Why the Utah Jazz Will Be Better in 2010-2011 NBA season

July 29th, 2010 by Andrew Wallock Leave a reply »
As a diehard Utah Jazz fan, I was quite nervous heading into the 2010 NBA offseason. I may not have been as nervous as the entire city of Cleveland, but the possible departure of Carlos Boozer from my beloved Utah Jazz really was something that caused me to cringe. Boozer had an incredible year this past season and really showed us all the type of player he truly is when not hampered by injuries. Led by stud Deron Williams and Boozer, the Jazz achieved an unexpected upset of a highly talented but unfortunately dysfunctional Denver Nuggets team. Eventually losing to Kobe and Pau in the second round, the Jazz once again showed us all what a consistently good franchise they always have been. But, like I said, I had my doubts heading into this NBA Offseason. The thought that Carlos Boozer would actually resign with the Utah Jazz was about as absurd as the thought that LeBron James doesn’t only care about himself (sorry I couldn’t pass up my chance to throw in my two cents). Upon hearing that Carlos Boozer AND Kyle Korver would be joining the ranks of past-rival Chicago Bulls, I started to lose much faith in my team. It didn’t seem like the front office was going to do ...

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