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    Been sick of Corbin since we hired him.

    "Gordon Haystack gets no love."

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    The problem with the Corbin is, while other coaches above average (Doug Collins, Pops, George Karl, Thibs, Carlisle etc.) turning coals into diamonds, (e.g. look at what Pop has done over the years with Spurs and living proofs like Neal, Green, Leonard) he is turning diamonds into coals even if its physically and chemically impossible. He is like King Midas in reverse.

    If you got plenty of precious ores on your roster, i don`t care how raw it is you got to forge it. That`s the essential part of your job and why you are here.

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    Corbin was caving in to Raja Bell.... had to beg KOC to go get a restraining order on the Ringer.... why is this guy still coaching here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince View Post
    Corbin was caving in to Raja Bell.... had to beg KOC to go get a restraining order on the Ringer.... why is this guy still coaching here?
    And now look at Braille.. He is caving in at Minecraft in his home.

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    bit of an overreaction i think.
    jazz have had some nice moments in their first few games.

    i can't believe all the 20+ year ass-bragging jazz fanz calling this sloan 2.0.
    the way we are running and taking the three shot is nothing like any sloan team i ever saw.

    we've already played the mavs and the spurs - two of the best and deepest teams in the west.
    we have a very young head coach and a very young roster who somehow snuck into 8th place last year.

    young coaches with young teams are gonna lose their share of games and it WILL be a long season if you set your expectations too high.

    for the record there are plenty of things i'm not thrilled about 3 games in (burks) but it'll take some time for this team to figure itself out.
    and other people are getting paid way more than me to worry about that stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salo View Post
    we've already played the mavs and the spurs - two of the best and deepest teams in the west.
    ...the Mav's? The Mav's are a train wreck and will be below .500 at the end of the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolinajazz View Post
    ...the Mav's? The Mav's are a train wreck and will be below .500 at the end of the season.
    I don`t agree with the Mavs being one of the best and deepest team of the West statement either. But you know what they say about exaggerating, "it makes your d*** smaller."

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitizenofCapua View Post
    I don`t agree with the Mavs being one of the best and deepest team of the West statement either. But you know what they say about exaggerating, "it makes your d*** smaller."
    In that case.. I shall try unexaggerating .. or deaxaggerating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PKM View Post
    In that case.. I shall try unexaggerating .. or deaxaggerating.
    Well, you will see the difference in two weeks. I assure you.

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    WHY IS TINSLEY AND FOYE GETFTING ALL JEREMY EVANS MINUTES?!!!!!!! Fire Ty Corbin1

    FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE!
    No Mediocrity

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolinajazz View Post
    ...the Mav's? The Mav's are a train wreck and HALF OF THEM will be SIX FEET below at the end of the season.
    Fixed. Old ********.
    No Mediocrity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    And he hit the game tying 3 pointer. That is why he is in.

    The only thing I really have a problem with is the lack of defensive substitution for a final possession. Seems pretty dumb to me. The only argument I could find against it is that if Favors got a rebound, he would be fouled and probably miss FT's, but that isn't really a strong enough reason not to have him in.
    Oh please. Because I'm sure Tyrone Corbin predicted the Jazz would come all the way back, and Millsap would hit a game tying 3 pointer.

    As far as the next comment. I agree with that bad substituting of defenders for offensive players.
    But Favors has been shooting a little better from the FT line. Well..... that is when the guy gets a chance to play.
    "If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered." - Thomas Jefferson

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitizenofCapua View Post
    The problem with the Corbin is, while other coaches above average (Doug Collins, Pops, George Karl, Thibs, Carlisle etc.) turning coals into diamonds, (e.g. look at what Pop has done over the years with Spurs and living proofs like Neal, Green, Leonard) he is turning diamonds into coals even if its physically and chemically impossible. He is like King Midas in reverse.

    If you got plenty of precious ores on your roster, i don`t care how raw it is you got to forge it. That`s the essential part of your job and why you are here.
    How did I miss this beauty?

    How can anyone disagree with you on George Karl? George Karl was so much better than Corbin last season. He won 2 more games than Corbin with a team literally every commentator nationwide considered much, much worse than the Jazz. Everyone said Nuggets sucked compared to Jazz, still do amiright?? The case is open and shut here, folks. How can we continue on with a coach that loses two more games than a legend in his very first season, without training camp, no All Stars, a very young team, no floor leaders, an awful point guard & no backups, CJ Miles, Raja Bell, & Josh Howard?

    This Corbin guy clearly has got to go. We can ill afford to have a guy at the helm who loses two more games to one of the better coaches out there with a superior team. FIRE^99!
    No Mediocrity

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    How did I miss this beauty?

    How can anyone disagree with you on George Karl? George Karl was so much better than Corbin last season. He won 2 more games than Corbin with a team literally every commentator nationwide considered much, much worse than the Jazz. Everyone said Nuggets sucked compared to Jazz, still do amiright?? The case is open and shut here, folks. How can we continue on with a coach that loses two more games than a legend in his very first season, without training camp, no All Stars, a very young team, no floor leaders, an awful point guard & no backups, CJ Miles, Raja Bell, & Josh Howard?

    This Corbin guy clearly has got to go. We can ill afford to have a guy at the helm who loses two more games to one of the better coaches out there with a superior team. FIRE^99!
    Well, it was a criticism about what he had done so far with the youngsters and the roster, it was about did he really helped or contributed any players development started with the youngsters. It`s not about his winning record or being able to get playoff ticket.

    Without further ado, i`ll just give you some names, so maybe it`ll make sense for you why did i type George Karl`s name above: Afllalo, Lawson, Faried even Koufos that we kicked from the curb with Big Al trade 3 years ago. (who is starting right now over McGee.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSilencer1313 View Post
    Oh please. Because I'm sure Tyrone Corbin predicted the Jazz would come all the way back, and Millsap would hit a game tying 3 pointer.

    As far as the next comment. I agree with that bad substituting of defenders for offensive players.
    But Favors has been shooting a little better from the FT line. Well..... that is when the guy gets a chance to play.
    No, but he knows Millsap is the kind of player who, despite having an off game for 90% of the game, will come around and make big plays when needed.

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