A week after Karl Malone called out the Jazz on Jerry Sloan’s exit, owner Greg Miller shot back at Malone, calling him “too unreliable and too unstable” to help the team as an assistant coach in a blog post Friday night. Miller also tweeted that Malone lied in an interview with the Salt Lake Tribune about having to use a scalper to purchase tickets to a Jazz game last season. The Mailman didn’t back down, though, speaking to Tribune again this afternoon and giving Jazz beat writer, Brian T. Smith, a couple strong comments in response to Miller’s assertions: “‘We’ve all become very brave when we’re tweeting, texting, blogging. We just write, press send. I don’t have time for that.’” [...] ‘Don’t tweet it, don’t blog it, don’t text it, give me a little human element. … I’m in town two or three times a month. Until I see [Miller] face to face, there won’t be any more comment about Greg Miller. … He’ll see me again.’”