Saturday, November 8, 2008

Poll Result: What will happen first?

Wow, when I first put up this poll I had no idea what was going to happen first. Many visitors of the blog also did not know . . . up until 2 days ago when I had about 27 votes in one day. It's no surprise to see what DID happen first mirrored the popular vote in this poll.

    Votes % Notes:
Jerry Sloan has over 1k total coaching wins, 1k of them happening as the coach of the Utah Jazz

Jerry Sloan will win his 1000th game with the Utah Jazz.

25 56%

Jerry Sloan won his 1000th game with the Utah Jazz on November 7th, 2008.

Deron isn't quite ready yet

Deron will return to the court.

12 27%

Deron was recently told that while he is, indeed, ahead of schedule, only in the most optimistic of cases would he actually have been able to return to play after 2 weeks -- his current schedule aims for him to be on the court after 4-6 weeks from his initial injury.

C.J. is still playing in the 1st and 3rd quarters of games as a Starter

C.J. will return to the bench.

4 9%

C.J. Miles has started every game this season for the Utah Jazz, and his play has improved of late -- last game he scored 7 points (2-4 fg, 2-2 3pt, 1-2 ft), had 2 rebounds and 3 assists in 16 minutes of action.

Ronnie's dedication to improving his outside shooting has been a pleasant surprise

Ronnie Brewer will make 5 total three pointers.

2 4%

As of November 8th, 2008, Ronnie Brewer has gone 3-6 from three point range.

Bombs Away!

Memo will start to hit threes, at the expense of his (current) double double averages.

1 2%

As of November 8th, 2008, Mehmet Okur is averaging 15.2 ppg and 7.2 rpg. He has hit a total of 3 three pointers this season -- when he was not hitting threes, he was averaging a double double. When he started to hit threes (the last two games) he has averaged only 6.5 rpg -- but 19 ppg. So, technically, this is what happened first, though only one person voted for it.

This was fun, because I felt like any number of these possibilities was -- truly -- possible. The sure bet was Jerry Sloan though, and was a mortal lock after the Jazz beat Portland to go up 4-0.