Utah loses and JazzFanz commits mass suicide.
I almost want to say it might be better to keep losing, if you want change. If the Jazz can muster enough wins to be average then you will get the same. Jazz dont strive for a championship. Its be good enough to matter, and thats all that matters because people will come to the games. If we want a chance at a championship then it has to be by luck. That means we would have to be crappy enough to get a new coach and some lottery picks that might turn the franchise into a championship contender. Otherwise this is what we are going to get year after year.
We wont be bad, but approaching it like this, we wont be great either.
New starting lineup Mo Foye Sap Favors and Jeff. Hayward to be focus of 2nd uint
Long Live JYD
Favors is starting tonight
"les grandes défaites forgent les grands hommes" - Rudy Gobert
Here are some ladies that are still excited about the jazz.
"If we try to find drama anytime we win or lose ... we're going to kill ourselves and you guys are, too." — Quin Snyder
Foye for Hayward. No way, Foye has NO defense and is a monster chucker.
Hayward - time to demand a trade my friend. Need to be put in an offense that wants to use you properly.
So of the 4 young guys, We will end up giving a Max to Favors (deserved), Hayward/Burks = Gone. Kanter - ??
Link? I'll find one if it's true.New starting lineup Mo Foye Sap Favors and Jeff. Hayward to be focus of 2nd uint
Actually I don't mind this lineup, because it puts Marvin and Hayward in a situation whre they can be a more primary part of the offence without being under the shadow of Al and Millsap. If I were to change anything, I would put Burks at the 2 instead of Foye, but maybe that'll happen eventually anyway.
I chose the right day to come back. Corbin doesn't know what he's doing.
Milsap- The undersized 4 starting 3, posting up Big Al every possesion.
Foye starting- his defense makes me want to spit puke at old ladies.
Last edited by Weezur; 11-17-2012 at 05:08 PM.
Found a referance, though there are a lot of folks on twitter talking about it.:
Again, change is good, and all of these players deserve a chance. One point though, where is the athleticism on the starting line? Well, there's Favors, but Millsap; good as he is isn't really athletic, Mo is too small, and Foye isn't really the athletic type. Has he dunked even once this year?