Middlebrow and I took in the rookie Jazz team at the Rocky Mountain Review. The Jazz have some great potential in their draft picks: Miles, though young, has some great moves and court presence; Whaley has moves that remind me a lot of a young (but less violent) Karl Malone. Whaley snagged a passel of rebounds (both offensive and defensive) and scored a fair amount in the paint. He lacks an outside game, but they might have just been trying him out in the inside. Middlebrow things he had a double double. I have no access to stats to say if he did or not.
Other notable walk-ons in the review are 7 footer Forth who doesn't look 7 foot and ran circles around Dallas 7'5 Podkolzin. Disappointing performances came from Wisconsin hopeful Wilkinson who although trying, lacked any game at all, and 1-year-veterans Snyder and Humphries looked like they were completely uninterested in being there. Humphries was a ball hog in the worst sense, and Snyder, although he seemed to be trying on defense, lacked any shooting ability and quickly gave up even trying to take wide-open shots.
The young Jazz came close, but couldn't match Dallas's defensive intesity lead by Congan rookie Mbenga.