Feb 13, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Utah Jazz forward Paul Millsap (24) dunks for two points in the third quarter against the Minnesota Timberwolves at Target Center. The Jazz defeated the Wolves 97-93. Mandatory Credit: Marilyn Indahl-USA TODAY Sports

Jazz Stand Pat at Deadline


Not a single rumor leaked out all day of the trade deadline as Jazz management didn’t like any offers that crossed their path.  What this means for the Jazz is that they lose either Al or Sap in the off-season for nothing but cap space.  This would be fine but Utah doesn’t seem to be a destination that players are begging to come to.

With March being the hardest month of the schedule we will see if the Jazz have what it takes to continue their good run as of late.  If Jazz miss the playoffs without making a move, this will come back to haunt Dennis Lindsey for years to come.  Hopefully I’m wrong with the assumption that the Jazz just delayed the future and didn’t advance the present.  The only good thing with this is the Jazz players get along really well with each other and Corbin seems to be finding lineups that are working well with each other (ie Burks, Foye and Hayward).

What an excitingly boring day!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/tylerphilliproberts Tyler Roberts

    This has to be the single most frustrating story about the Jazz all season. Everyone in the entire NBA knew the Jazz needed to make a move at the deadline to be competitive, at least everyone but the Jazz brass knew it. We’ll maybe make the playoffs and lose in the first round like always, until we can make a move to make the team better as a whole. I think as Jazznation, we don’t realize how lucky we were to have Stockton and Malone back in the day, because I don’t think those days are ever coming back.