The big 3 doesn't have to start, but if Corbin will refuse to bench Sap or Al then so be it.
Favors has to start.
"les grandes défaites forgent les grands hommes" - Rudy Gobert
Remember when people really wanted Sap to come off the bench, and said he couldn't play the 3?
Ahhhh... those were the days.
Not a bad starting lineup, but the bench would be insane
I'll chime in when I see the first faint glimmer of imagination from Corbin with respect to an offense.
But, yeah, Millsap can play the three... I can now say I've been saying that for years.
[size/HUGE] RUDY [/size]
anti-cakk bakking... from the outset. #cakks&pies
3-wing lineups: NO COMMENT. Jazz need to make a trade: YES
OFFSEASON ACQUISITION TARGET: KENT BAZEMORE (take 2)
it's pretty safe to say that when Sap, Favors, Al, Hayward and now Mo are on the court together at the same time that good things happen. /circlejerk
This needs a bump.
I think starting the big three is eventually going to be what transforms us into a good team. I think it will be the story line of the year for us. If Corbin goes to it, which I think he will eventually, hopefully. My biggest concern is he drags his feet too much, then someone has an injury and then we dont get to see it. I think its important to find out if this can work for a long period of time because the Jazz have some big decisions to make this off season regarding two of those players.
The next couple of games would be a great time to experiment with it. A couple of games we should win on the road anyways to see what works and get the rotation kinks figured out. I put Hayward at "point" because I think he is our best play "creator" and williams is a better spot up shooter. I think Hayward is a better decision maker too. I dream of Hayward/Favors pick and rolls.
Good post stg mac 1981
Last edited by Hack; 11-17-2012 at 05:24 PM.
Going with the big three and Hayward off the bench. My theory is being put to test.