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]
3-wing lineups: NO COMMENT. Jazz need to make a trade: YES
juss too much talent. #cakks&pies
i guess I'm on a confusion crusade
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.