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CH Program: The one where we learn about the Utah Jazz

Things were said about the Timberwolves. Peter Novak of SLCDunk calls in to talk about the Jazz.

Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

Hello, everyone. This is where I present the latest episode of the CH Program.

Peter Novak and I met briefly at Las Vegas Summer League sometime in June. Maybe it was July. I'm not sure. That was a long time ago. So, yesterday, knowing Novak makes contributions over at SLCDunk, I asked him to call and tell us about what's going on with the Utah Jazz. SLCDunk is like Canis Hoopus, only for the Jazz, if you didn't already know that.

I don't regret the decision to have Novak on the show. He provided substantial, interesting and unexpected intel on the Jazz. SLC DunkSuch as....

  • Who is Quinn Snyder and what does he do?
  • What's up with Trey Burke? (This is a sensitive topic, for some people.)
  • THAT'S why Alec Burks was offered such a nice contract...

John and I were happy to hear some pretty compelling stuff. This all happened before last night's game, so it's like the Jazz hadn't beaten the Wolves. Seriously, there's good dialogue in this episode. Listen. Try to enjoy.

We appreciate the support.

Anyway, yea, here's how you can listen to our show.

Download the podcast. Here's where you can listen to it using iTunes. No, we don't have our own iTunes page. It's part of the Sizzlin' 99.9 network. I know, someone commented on a previous episode to suggest we have our own iTunes podcast channel -- or whatever you call it -- but that's not an option at this time. Sorry for any trouble or inconvenience.

For those who don't use iTunes. There are alternative options.

The first: Visit this URL. It's an Mp3 stream. If our show's success wasn't measured by podcast downloads, this would be the easiest way to listen to the show. *cough* Please download the podcast *cough*

There's also the video feed. We installed a new camera in the Sizzlin' studio, so that's neat. If you watch the show this way, you'll see me get up and try to adjust the camera. This means you'll see a close up of my face. I don't need to say anything else in this paragraph.

There's a super fascinating element to this show; something could awry at anytime.

If you watch the video stream, technical difficulties MIGHT pester the first minute-and-change-or-so of the program. It's not really a problem, though, as you don't miss out on hard hitting stuff. Don't blame your computer or the internet. It's all my fault. I'm not happy about it, either.

John probably had a nice introduction. Now it's ruined.

Shoot me an email if you have any trouble trying to listen to the program.

Happy New Year.