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    Clyburn works out with Jazz

    Last Sunday, will be interesting to see how it goes for him.

    Utah Jazz: Former Ute Clyburn works out for Jazz | The Salt Lake Tribune

    Clyburn, an athletic 6-foot-7 wing, transferred to Iowa State after Boylen was fired in 2011 and in March led the Cyclones to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
    "It was a great decision," Clyburn said of his high-profile transfer. "It prepared me for this level. It gave me opportunity to showcase my talents even more, put the ball in my hand, not just a spot-up shooter."


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    Re: Clyburn works out with Jazz

    1 of the many workouts he has had with NBA teams



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    Re: Clyburn works out with Jazz

    Indeed, my personal preference would be with the jazz however, for obvious reasons.


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    Re: Clyburn works out with Jazz

    He's worked out for probably half of the NBA if not more. Babb has also been getting a lot of workouts lately!


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    Re: Clyburn works out with Jazz

    Babb is a shorter but better athletic version of shane battier...can play great defense but if you leave him open he will drop threes like its a habit...battier is a pesky player..



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    Re: Clyburn works out with Jazz

    Quote Originally Posted by boonehawkh8r View Post
    Babb is a shorter but better athletic version of shane battier...can play great defense but if you leave him open he will drop threes like its a habit...battier is a scrappy player..
    FIFY...


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    Re: Clyburn works out with Jazz

    Quote Originally Posted by boonehawkh8r View Post
    Babb is a shorter but better athletic version of shane battier...can play great defense but if you leave him open he will drop threes like its a habit...battier is a pesky player..
    Battier was the player of the year and first team All-American as a senior, he was much more than just a "pesky player" in college.



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    Re: Clyburn works out with Jazz

    Quote Originally Posted by boonehawkh8r View Post
    Babb is a shorter but better athletic version of shane battier...can play great defense but if you leave him open he will drop threes like its a habit...battier is a pesky player..
    People have lost their minds if they are comparing Babb and Battier. Calling battier a pesky player? really? Battier won every college player of the year award their was, won national championships, is one of the greatest players ever to play in the ACC, won defensive player of the year in college 3 times, and has his number retired by one of the best teams in college basketball.



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    Re: Clyburn works out with Jazz

    Quote Originally Posted by bringmagicback View Post
    People have lost their minds if they are comparing Babb and Battier. Calling battier a pesky player? really? Battier won every college player of the year award their was, won national championships, is one of the greatest players ever to play in the ACC, won defensive player of the year in college 3 times, and has his number retired by one of the best teams in college basketball.
    PULLEEAASSEEE!

    That dude never even had a fau-hawk in his life....



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