Another New Player Joins Jazz Roster
Posted by Nancy on September 29, 2010
In this summer and early autumn of big time changes for the Jazz, yet another one has surfaced. Perhaps it might not be considered such a huge change as, say, Carlos Boozer and Kyle Korver going to Chicago or Matthews going to Portland, but it is a change that is bringing a backup point guard to the Jazz team to help relieve Deron Williams. Earl Watson is a 6’1” guard who has been in the league for nine seasons and who has played with no less than four other franchises. He has had minimal exposure to play-off basketball. He made brief appearances in the first round on two different years when he played for the Memphis Grizzlies. Williams seems delighted with the new addition to the team and recalls that Watson was a tough defender on those occasions when the two were matched up against one another. Here’s hoping that all these changes add up to one big positive which will manifest itself in a lot of wins this coming season.