Last edited by JJAS; 11-30-2012 at 11:42 PM.
Tomorrow's a big game for Kanter.
Jazz going to get revenge on Houston (...for Houston thinking they can get revenge on us for the beating we gave them earlier this month). Kanter vs. Asik.
Short list at #14: CJ McCollum, Steven Adams, Dennis Schroeder, Giannis Adetokunbo
Short list at #21: Glen Rice Jr., Archie Goodwin, Nate Wolters, Erick Green
2nd round: Tim Hardaway Jr., Adonis Thomas, James Southerland
"I'm a moron for thinking the Browns could even sniff 10 wins in a division where the other three teams (two of whom almost always make the playoffs) made the post-season last year. Gyp Rosetti's thee God of football knowledge." - Brown Notes
Watched a Jazz doubleheader tonight. I urge people to put me on ignore, but I have to say it again: We have a horrific half court offense. It was terrible in the win against NO, and it was just as bad tonight.
My question is this: When does anybody in the media pick up on how bad we are on offense? All the talk is who should start, who's not playing, who played bad, who played good. Locke is the worst the way he assumes (or most likely doesn't understand) that the offense must be fine and it's the players who are struggling.
I find it astonishing how Ty is getting a free pass. The tape is clear. And he's terrible.
I think Ty gets a pass because Millsap and Al are up at the end of the year. Ty is next on the list. Once one of those two (or hopefully both) are gone, Ty will become our #1 enemy.
Playing against the best always shows you what you have.
Big Al and Sap crapped the bed tonight.
Sure they can put up big numbers against the crap teams at home. If they get owned by the best there is no reason to keep them as our focus.
Also telling that Kanter had a good game....
A-Train - "I would be happy with the Jazz if they picked Schroeder at #14 over Larkin"
In fairness, no matter what Ty does we're going nowhere this year with Mo running the show. He's so horrible as a PG that it would be a miracle any coach could figure out a system to win with him. But his inability to set the offense, read defenses, or just make smart decisions will kill us all year.