Wednesday night Playoff P got a taste of Playoff D. Not only that, it’s safe to say he got double D’ed. Jazz backup forward Jonas Jerebko made history when he became the first NBA player to own a sports franchise… sort of. But that is not the only surprising thing about this young Swed. But things were not always cool running with Jerebko. He struggled in game 1 and was blown by easily on the baseline by an aging Carmelo. Sensing urgency and wanting more from his close friend, Jae Crowder took him aside for a pep-talk prior to game 2. Jonas rebounded in game 2 with 10 points and 5 boards in only 13 minutes. Following the victory, the Jazz returned home to a random fan on their couch. The Jazz will be looking to Jonas for some big contributions tomorrow. Here’s to him… (listen as you read) They’re fresh out of batteries. And you know what else?