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    Quote Originally Posted by candrew View Post
    People are going to complain about the refs and rightfully so but The Jazz lost this game in the 3rd quarter when the starters decided to go into cruise control against the hottest team in the league - wasting possession after possession while playing zero defense. Did they think The Clippers were going to just ****ing give up down by 15?

    The one way calls were a travesty; but The Jazz put themselves in a positio to get robbed.
    Our offense was ****ing pathetic in that quarter and Watson was getting abused, again, by Chrissy. Absolutely zero on-the-fly adjustments from Ty.

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    Kanter could be a key on this game, he was dominating the paint and brought some energy in the game. I think that Kanter is our best offensive Player, he is strong like a bull, has range, good footwork and is also good on the FT. If you not let him in when heīs that hot, than this is just bad coaching.
    And why the ****, they gave every ball to Favors on the low post ? So often they just tried to play through Favors (Bad O Player) instead of going through Kanter (great O Player)
    That pissed me really off, Favors is a great defender, but a really poor offensive player.

    Corbin is such a bad coach, that I really think, that Favors just is getting more time than Kanter, becausse heīs 1 year older.

    whatever, they are both GREAT talents, and normally need more than 30 minutes a game in League which is houngry on BIG-MAN.
    Why they call him Big Al ? think of it...
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    No Kanter ,but more AL

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAOS View Post
    Our offense was ****ing pathetic in that quarter and Watson was getting abused, again, by Chrissy. Absolutely zero on-the-fly adjustments from Ty.
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    #dumptruckin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben10 View Post
    The Key word there is IF. I think the Jazz could almost loose every game for the rest of the season and Ty wouldn't loose his job. When what the last time the Jazz fired anyone. Before they moved to Utah?
    Becuase the Jazz had Stockton and Malone + Jerry for so long, the hard part about the Jazz having an identity as an organization is identical to those three players (mostly Jerry) I think the Jazz will fire Corbin for underperformance, but it would still be longer than other orgs would do.

    On another note, i do think not putting in Favors for a defensive situation at end seems to be the most obvious mistake. Also, Foye was shut down by Barnes - who is is and able defender and played sparingly enough to be very able - why go right at him at the end.

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    At the tail end of our second-quarter run, Watson was tired. Chrissy had been a ghost, but finally got his offense rolling -- a few good set ups and a bucket before Tinsley came back in. So, what does Corbin do for large stretches of the third quarter? Goes right back to Chrissy vs. Watson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben10 View Post
    Well which one Numb. He can only make one sub during a time out like that. Favs I agree with but thats all he could have done
    How about the one not in parenthesis.
    Quote Originally Posted by every forum dreg
    I think he can play SF

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishonjazz View Post
    There is this dude named burks that can create his own shot.
    who?

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    Here is the pre-game tweet re:tonights officials:
    Jazz record under Ty Corbin w/ tonight's officials 6-14: Derrick Stafford (0-7), Matt Boland (1-4) & Gary Zielinski (5-3)
    https://twitter.com/bjcseven/status/284698776554315776
    Obviously we could have won despite the refs.
    Chop it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by udflyer View Post
    - Ty does not know when to call a timeout to stop a run.
    During that momentous comeback by the Clippers, Mike Smith (clippers color analyst) says, "If coach Corbin was smart he would call a timeout right now"...subsequently no timeout was called. CLASSIC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAOS View Post
    Our offense was ****ing pathetic in that quarter and Watson was getting abused, again, by Chrissy. Absolutely zero on-the-fly adjustments from Ty.
    Get Larry Brown. Get it done KOC/Lindsey!!!

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    There were some serious issues to deal with as far as substitution goes.

    Millsap was not very effective, Favors/Burks were in foul trouble in the first half, and Kanter guarding Griffin is probably a disaster.

    For the people pissed that Ty waited probably 2-3 minutes in the middle-late 3rd while the starters began to foul constantly and stopped moving, what would you have done?

    When Favors came back he committed 2 stupid fouls. Fouled Crawford way late and then drove right into Odom. Burks has been way, way better than he looked early on but he fouls too. Hayward played a ton. I hope you guys don't really believe Kanter/Millsap would have saved the day.

    Now, the last play isolating Foye was not a great move. IMO Ty could have done the same thing with Burks and let the kid fly. We didn't need a 3 and Burks had been pretty good. But besides that, we were beating the opponent, it was the referees that removed the 5 point lead late.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m3at View Post
    Get Larry Brown. Get it done KOC/Lindsey!!!
    That's someone we could get, at least.
    #dumptruckin

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    The sad part is, this team has enough talent to be a strong 5th seed, but Corbin doesn't know how to use them. Trade Millsap for a good point guard and the team might be good enough for a solid 3rd seed.

    But talent doesn't matter as long as Corbin is the coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAOS View Post
    Our offense was ****ing pathetic in that quarter and Watson was getting abused, again, by Chrissy. Absolutely zero on-the-fly adjustments from Ty.
    Yer right, but if Corbin made adjustments, Del Negro would just make adjustments and the Jazz would be right back where they started.

    Maybe Ty is just playing the percentages--if Chris Paul makes his first 5 shots against a specific defense set, he should miss his next 4 or 5, shouldn't he?
    If the ball doesn't move, you will be on the bench! -DOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellipse View Post
    The sad part is, this team has enough talent to be a strong 5th seed, but Corbin doesn't know how to use them. Trade Millsap for a good point guard and the team might be good enough for a solid 3rd seed.

    But talent doesn't matter as long as Corbin is the coach.

    Cobin is the coach, not the GM sir.
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