… be like Greg Popovich?
I mean… just look at the title of the article. “Popovich has had starring role in Spurs’ successes.”
As for J-Slo… what Jazz successes? They’ve been close, but a push here and games in San Antonio there have kept the Jazz title-less. Popovich has titles. Plenty of them.
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Well, I’ve given it time & a lot of thought. And in the end, I’ve come to the conclusion that I should just focus on blogging about the Utah Jazz. I tried blogging about the Pirates & the Panthers & the Bees and all, but it really isn’t working. The Pirates & Panthers are hard because I don’t live in Pittsburgh or Carolina (in fact, I’ve never been to either place), so everything I mention comes from opinions formed by reading other blogs. I don’t really know enough about what’s going on to blog about it though. On the other hand, living in Utah (and having lived here my whole life), I’ve grown up a Jazz fan. Which makes it a lot easier.
I grew up watching the John Stockton & Karl Malone duo, along with Jeff Hornacek, Bryon Russell, Greg Ostertag and others. I watched the miraculous three by Stockton against the Rockets. I watched Michael Jordan push off. I watched as a team led by a bunch of nobodies won 41 games. I watched as the team struggled to the #6 pick, which was traded for Deron Williams. And I’ve watched the team come back. I’ve grown up with this team.
Plus, with the recent changes to Our Utah Jazz (new name, same site) & SLC Dunk (new name, new site, same BBJ… I think), I figured… why not? Given that I was only good for a couple of baseball posts (opening week, trade deadline) & even fewer football posts (the draft), why not go and focus on the Jazz (when I’m not fretting about classes)?
So here I am. I’m going to move a couple of Jazz posts over from Biased Fan (ones that I like), and then we’ll start fresh.