Utah Jazz’ Happy Problem: Finding Minutes For Wesley Matthews

Posted: 3rd December 2009 by Mark Welling in NBA
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á If you are any kind of athlete you like to be able to point to some statistic in order to prove your worth.á The ability for an athlete to be able to point to something tangible leads to an athlete getting millions of dollars worth of contracts. New Jazz man Wesley Matthews has two major stats proving his value to Utah.á First, this season the Jazz have employed a new defensive grading system.á After each game Jefferson Sweeney, the Jazz video coordinator, will look at the video of every defensive possession, and put together the grade for each player after each game.á Which Jazz player has consistently received the highest grade for his defensive prowess? Andrei Kirilenko? Ronnie Brewer? Deron Williams? Nopeùit is undrafted rookie Wesley Matthews.á Matthews has been able to find ...

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