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Apr 17 13 7:16 PM
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Apr 17 13 8:57 PM
rudymcgowern wrote:Gordon starts in this pretty big game for Utah in competition with the Lakers for those last spots...
Apr 17 13 8:58 PM
GoDogs91 wrote:rudymcgowern wrote:Gordon starts in this pretty big game for Utah in competition with the Lakers for those last spots... He has been starting for about the last month.
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albick wrote:Didn't know Butler plays IU next year. Knew we played Purdue at least once--possibly twice--but didn't think we played IU this coming season.
Apr 20 13 9:56 PM
COMMENTARY | After a poor showing in the 2012 playoffs, here's what they need to do to bounce back next year.
1. Convince Kid Baller to take on a larger role
When he's not letting his scruff do its thing, Gordon Hayward looks a lot like an 18-year-old Mormon missionary. And he often acts like one, too. That is, he's a little too charitable with the basketball. For example, in the Jazz's final game of the year -- when the team was shooting just above the Mendoza Line -- Hayward continued to defer to his teammates, and by the time the clock hit double zeros, he had attempted just eight shots.
No. 20 has the skills to be an All-Star in this league: He can stroke it like Hornacek (he shot 41.5 percent from deep this year) and slash to the basket a la Kirilenko.
With three years of professional experience now under his proverbial belt, it's time for Hayward to morph into the star he was drafted to be.
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