Clark Schmutz, #LOLakers, Jazz’s Bench, & More – Salt City Hoops Show on ESPN700

November 26th, 2015 | by Andy Larsen
(Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

(Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

On this week’s episode of the Salt City Hoops Show, host Andy Larsen (yes, sadly, no Ben Dowsett) brings on 4 guests to talk about the state of the Utah Jazz and the NBA. The first is Clark Schmutz who looks at the big picture future of the Jazz, then proposes a few crazy trade ideas. Then, I talk to Andy Bailey about the state of the Los Angeles Lakers. How ugly is it in Lakerland? Next, Aaron Hefner joins me to talk about the Jazz’s bench. What’s going wrong, and why didn’t the Jazz sign more help during the offseason? Finally, Brandon Tomyoy of ClipperBlog joins us to preview the Jazz’s eventual win over the Los Angeles Clippers. That, plus Around the NBA, plus a rant from Andy on jerks in basketball, plus more on this Salt City Hoops Show!

Andy Larsen

Andy Larsen

Andy Larsen is the Managing Editor of Salt City Hoops, the ESPN TrueHoop affiliate for the Utah Jazz. He also hosts a radio show and podcast every week on ESPN700 AM in Salt Lake City.
Andy Larsen

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One Comment

  1. IDJazzman says:

    Good rant, Andy. I do defend Hayward on a few forums and it gets tiring, especially against bloggers with low BB IQs. Not that mine is that high, but certainly higher than a lot of the idiots who consistently attack Hayward. Hayward’s Max is a good deal for the Jazz. The low information fan don’t realize that his Max is not the same as many others.
    On the trade proposals. Didn’t like any of them, like the thoughts though. I think I’m like you, DL is thinking way long term and age and salary of the players will play large in the decision of any proposed trades. DL hasn’t made ANY trades to date, to make this team better short term, but has made trades to make them better long term. When the short term improvement trades happen, then we can get excited, because that will be when they think they can now be counted into the pool of contenders.
    Great show, I listened to the entire contents. Who needs Ben. LOL

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