The issue is that Millsap doesn't draw a double team, isn't as reliable in isolation the way he's playing this year, and sometimes gives up boards to bigger forwards.
The Jazz play like azz when the J ain't workin'.
Good thing Evans got that rebound and not D-WILL.
What's the deal with Deron? He doesnt seem like the same player he was here.
We should just copy and past the first half of the game topics before it even begins. I only saw the second half tonight so it's not applicable to this game, but it seems like I'm always pissed off within the first 10 minutes of a Jazz game normally. Good win, good win.
If this game doesn't prove that we need to unload Millsap/Jefferson to make room for Favors I don't know what will.
That has always been the knock on Duron, even coming out of college. He's not Ty Lawson, DRose, or CP3. He needs a system. A system where he can set screens, come off picks, run the P&R, post up, and get open looks. He's not a 1 on 1 blow past you guy.
I think it finally has dawned on Deron on how good he had it here. His pride is why we traded him and why is career won't be as good as it could have been.
Deron Williams created some controversy Monday when he expressed his preference for the offensive system he played in under Jerry Sloan in Utah, saying he hadn't been as comfortable in Avery Johnson's system. Johnson wasn't bothered by the comments, saying he was aware of Williams' concerns and they frequently discussed ways to address them.
Have to say I was crying for Sap to come in to matchup with Wallace in the 4th, but Hayward redeemed himself. Very gutty win.