Matt Harpring’s Work On Utah Jazz Broadcasts a Holiday Gift For NBA Fans

December 9th, 2009 by Mark Welling Leave a reply »
It is tough to see Matt Harpring back at Jazz games, but not on the court.  Harpring, after announcing his quasi-retirement (he announced he will not return this season and indicated that he would be unlikely to return in the future, but he has not made his retirement official), has now come to Utah to join the Jazz broadcast. 

Harpring sat in on the television broadcast with Ron Boone and Craig Bolerjack for the Jazz game against the Spurs.  He also plans on being a part of either the radio or television broadcasts for the remainder of the week. 

As I watched the television broadcast before the Spurs game, I commented with my wife about how Harpring still looks to be in great playing shape.  It would appear that Harpring really did give everything he had to try and get back on the court for the Jazz this season. 

That hard work and commitment to training is really what made Harpring such a likable Sloan style player.  When Harpring came into the game you knew exactly the type of play he was going to bring to the court.  He was going to knock pl ...

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