I am now convinced that this team will never figure it out on the road. It seems like they need people in the stands cheering for them in order for them to play worth a damn.
I don't get it, but it's like whatever aggressive bone the team has in their body just dies on the road. When they got it to 4 points theyh quit playing defense and settled for jumper after jumper, and not shockingly they were down by 10 very quickly.
It started with Earl [Watson], Randy [Foye] and Marvin [Williams]–the veteran guys. I thought the young guys did a good job of following their lead getting us off to a good start. - referring to the Jazz/Bobcats game on 3/1/13
Earl, Randy, and Marvin started the first quarter 0-3, scored a whopping zero points, and finished with a turnover in the first quarter.
Your head coach of the Jazz ladies and gentlemen.
Foye with 32 mins? What is Corbin love affair with this guy? ridiculous
Mo and Earl were awful.
Favors 17 mins 11 pts 8 boards. Corbin wake the **** up!
Carrol had an off game
Not too many bright spots. We just came back down to earth a little bit.
We can get that good feeling back with a win tonight against the Grizz
"Most nights (The Jazz) couldn’t stop a grandpa with a walker, particularly if he gave a head fake."
I'm chalking this one up as a team wide bad shooting night rather than our typical road loss. Jump shot misses led to fast break points. Carroll & Marvin @ 3 were the only bright spot. Hayward sucked so he couldn't back up Foye & Corbin was stuck with no 2 guard again. Foye needs to never shoot anything but a 3 again. Try to send a message to him with Haywad's inconsistency?
Suns shot below average. Outside Dudley 9-12 and Dragic getting to the line, they weren't doing anything special. Jazz D get's a pass written by Jazz O -- that's sad.
I, HeavenHarris, hereby pledge to my fellow JFC'rs that I will no longer give out neg-reps. All it does is cause negative things, like fights, drama, bitching, ill will, bad feelings, etc.
Love, not hate, is the answer bros and moes.
LOL Lol breaks his pledge 5 days later hahahaha
Interesting +/- stuff;
Interesting isn't it, they mostly played the same minutes but why there is a huge difference between them? Let me explain;
Jefferson played in 3 minutes differancial with Favors, till Kanter came in the game and in that 3 minutes for each half (in total 6 min.) he played with Watson, Favors, Carroll, Hayward. Corbin let Jefferson play 6 minutes with second unit but he is like a HIV virus, cause when he was playing with the second unit they were about -14/-13. And it was +1 for the second unit when Jeffy replaced with Kanter...
You can call it coincidence but i call it "negative efficiency" on both ends of the floor.
And the question is why the man with the best "negative" efficiency gets the most minutes in the game? Also why tolerate Foye's chucking insistency (3-13) and reward it with 32 min.?
Let's start with the last one;
He got blocked 4 times cause he was hustling for putbacks (like Jeffy's never do, or not able to do), if you are trying to do it, then you are an easy target for getting block by opponents. Cause you are not the only person who hustles for a rebound at the paint. It's hard to hide the ball in that traffic. And if im not mistaken each 2 of them was in the same position.
Kanter "schooled" by J.O'Neal and it costed us 2 points. What a dissapointment. We should trade him.
You may be right about Hayward, he was off tonight but it didnt hurt us like Foye's amazing 3-13 shooting performance.
Also whats Corbin's criteria for deciding to play Tinsley or Watson? Is he tossing a coin? Heads for Tinley, tails for Watson?
It's apparent that Ty is only going to use one of the two per game regardless of how the chosen backup point guard is playing.
I don't agree with this, but I think a lot of us don't agree with the way the players are used in the games.