News From Jazz Camp
Posted by Nancy on July 28, 2010
Spirits are high among the Utah Jazz these days. With the addition of Al Jefferson and his enthusiasm and can -do attitude, the sun is once again shining on the Jazz camp. What a change it is from the unenthused and indifferent attitude that Carlos Boozer wore. Fans are loving it and are finding plenty of reasons to be excited about the upcoming season. Rumors are that Deron Williams expressed his intent to make Al Jefferson an all-star. That is good news because if anyone possesses the talent to make that happen, it would be Deron Williams. Recent comments from Jefferson to the media suggest that he plans to have a long and successful career playing with Deron and the rest of the Utah Jazz. That is music to the ears of Jazz fans.
Meanwhile, wrapping up the deal to keep Kyrylo Fesenko seems to be the next order of business for Kevin O’Connor and Jazz management. Nothing definite has happened yet but it appears that both camps are interested in keeping things status quo with the big man. Currently the Jazz have nine players signed on for the upcoming season and the NBA minimum is 13 so there are four slots left to be filled. Very likely Fesenko will occupy one of those spots when the 2010-2011 season begins.