10 July 2008

Korver recovering from surgery


I was perusing the Jazz's website the other day and discovered this bit of news:

I had no idea Korver had a bone spur. Maybe that explains his shooting 29% from the 3-point line in the playoffs and generally looking off.

I was worried that he was afflicted with the disease all Jazz shooting guards since Jeff Hornacek have acquired, you know, the one that makes it so they can't shoot worth a darn.

So here's hoping Korver comes out blistering for the 2008-2009 season. I have the feeling if he'd knocked down a few more outside shots the Jazz could have gotten past the Lakers.

5 comments:

Filbert Karo said...

Yeah right.

You're like a huge Lakers hater. No reason to hate them that much.

If I were a big Jazz fan like you, I would still respect the Lakers {because I know they are good}, and I would admit that Chris Paul is better than Deron Williams. {Even Deron would admit that CP3 is better}. Plus, look at Paul's stats and how good he makes his team. Also, he was one of the top 5 MVP Candidates, and the Skills Challenge does not mean anything! You Jazz fans say Deron's better because he won the Skills Challenge.

And then some other Jazz fans say that Deron Williams is the best PG in the league. And he is not! Let's see who's better, Paul, Gilbert Arenas, Steve Nash, Baron Davis, you know what I mean.

Seth said...

Boooooooooooooo Filbert!!!!!!!!
What are you talking about? Deron's use for the Jazz is to step up and do his job, which is to help other players have a better shot selection and to improve the team as a whole. I'm pretty sure if Deron had Tyson Chandler and David West, he would be putting up better numbers than he is right now.

Let's see, every time Deron and Paul play against each other, Deron does twice as better.

All I'm saying here is that if Deron had the space and Sloan would let him do whatever he wanted, D-Will would be the best point guard ever in history. Maybe. But still, he'd be able to beat the Lakers. Single Handedly.

There's my rant for the day on Filbert, even if my ideas do not agree with everyone else's.

Filbert Karo said...

Yeah singlehandedly

yeah sure whatever

Brandon said...

I don't think Deron's the best point guard in the league. I think he's better than Davis and Arenas, though. Arenas is injury prone and not as good a passer as Deron is, and Baron is way overrated.

Filbert Karo said...

Well yeah, at least you're there.

I mean if Gilbert wasn't injured all the time, he could lead the league in scoring again. I admit he can't pass as well as Deron, though.

Here are my updated 5 best PG's
1. Chris Paul
2. Steve Nash
3. Deron Williams
4. Gilbert Arenas
5. Baron Davis

Sounds a little better. But I still love my Gilbert.