Larry H. Miller, who has owned the Utah Jazz since 1986 and has suffered many health problems over the past year, had his legs amputated six inches below the knee on Friday, due to complications from Type-2 diabetes.
Jeez Louise. I sure hope he's doing okay.
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Okay, dumb question. How do the Bobcats get compensated if they take a bad contract? Take another player (desired by the other team) and trade? I'm with eke too. Don't be dumb, build young with the right vets, and win.