So here's a scenario to consider if you're a Jazz fan. Rookie Dee Brown has just grabbed a defensive rebound -- he's not a great leaper, but he has a knack for coming up with the ball in a crowd -- and is taking off on a one-man fast break, which he often did at Illinois. Does he continue on his aggressive charge to the hoop or does he pull up and wait for instructions from his coach, Jerry Sloan, who is not a fan of one-man fast breaks? Brown will probably do the latter in the early going, but if the Jazz is going to play a style at all in keeping with its name -- and why did the team draft the speedy Brown if it wasn't looking for a little improvisation? -- you will eventually see more of the former.