I gave Corbin a lot of leeway the first two seasons due to the circumstances and the difficulty he would have had if he tried to completely revamp the offense. Here we are in his third season and it turns out he didn't need any time to revamp anything. He wasn't planning on trying some bold new approach. He wasn't planning to adjust to our talent and play to our strengths. Was wasn't going to put out a line-up that matched his vision. He was just going to plod along with "Utah" basketball and try as hard as he could to change as little as possible.
Congrats Tyrone Corbin! You've now convinced me you have nothing new or exciting to offer "Utah" basketball. You coach like you're scarred for your job even though you've been extended far beyond what you've shown you deserve.
Are we in his 3rd season? I feel drunk..
Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory.
Ya'll can continue your amusing quips after my little rant.
Jazz spend forever trying to master the flex offense and train players to play in it. But even at it's best it is creating jump shots from the high post, and too often has players standing around.
The Denver offense was awesome to watch. Coach Karl did a god job of matching the offense to his players. Too bad the Jazz don't have a tall wing player capable of penetrating and dishing off from the elbow isolation, or athletic bigs to crash at the basket for him to pass to.
Out of nowhere, the Utah Jazz are both frightening and fascinating and there is suddenly no limit to their potential. -SBNation 8 march, 2015.
Chip was just using these interviews to leverage more money out of the state of Oregon.
Him too. Chip is a very highly paid advertiser.
I don't know. He's basically taken a dump on 3 franchises. I kind of doubt he gets this kind of interest again, nobody wants to be the next Dear John.