Saturday, May 15, 2010

The Mailman's first attempted delivery

The best part of the NBA season is upon us. The final four of Orlando, Boston, L.A., and Phoenix has plenty of good and evil potential and some intriguing matchups. Personally, I'd love to see Phoenix get the title, but I'm also partial to the Celtics' team game.

However, there won't be much Jazz news until the draft picks up steam. So, to get us through the next few weeks, I'll be posting some Jazz-related videos for you purists.

Today's submission: The Mailman's first NBA appearance. Karl doesn't exactly light the world on fire, but it is fun to remember back to the mid-1980s Jazz. I was actually shocked by how bad the teams look in that video. Lots of bad shots, errant passes, terrible ball-handlers, etc. As usual, Stockton is the exception to the rule: calm, collected, heady, and in-control.

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