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    Nearly half way there. Rate the season so far...

    We're at the crossroads in our season and the most dependent home franchise in the NBA is finally coming home to stay. 20-19 I think is a disappointing number, but with the 24-15 road/home game disparity can we really be upset with the current results? Obviously there's been some infuriating games & decisions this season so far, but I think at the beginning of the year if you said we could be 20-19 after 39 games with our schedule we most likely would've taken it. So rate this season as a whole so far.

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    As long as Ty continues giving the majority of minutes to vets I hope we lose the rest of the games.


    This season is a waste. So I choose disappointed on the season.

    Mediocrity and stunted growth for the players that will be here beyond 12-13

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    i rate this season as meh.... exciting and fun to watch when burks, favors, kanter, and hayward are in and playing well..... the rest of the time its a snoozefest.

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    Positives:
    - Improved play of Hayward
    - Burks starting to get some playing time
    - Favors & Kanter showing glimpses that they could be great

    Negatives:
    - Why has it taken so long to experiment with Burks?
    - Kanter still not given enough playing time to improve
    - Offense still centered around Al & Paul (who may not come back next year - THEN what do we do??)
    - Coaching decisions have probably costed us 3-4 games
    - Our wins/losses are still very much dependent on how Big Al does offensively

    I've given us a D grade.
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    Al is playing the best ball of his career. We should be able to trade him for something, but we'd better hurry up and do it.
    Millsap also has some trade value.
    Hayward is starting to play a bit better and gain more confidence.
    Burks is making progress.
    Favors is slowly coming along and is our best defensive player.
    Kanter needs minutes. Badly. He was our best player in pre-season.
    Overall, Foye is working out for us.
    Corbin needs to get more experience and needs help as a coach. It seems like our assistant coaches are green too.

    I'd give it a B-.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotttnickkk View Post
    Positives:
    - Improved play of Hayward
    - Burks starting to get some playing time
    - Favors & Kanter showing glimpses that they could be great

    Negatives:
    - Why has it taken so long to experiment with Burks?
    - Kanter still not given enough playing time to improve
    - Offense still centered around Al & Paul (who may not come back next year - THEN what do we do??)
    - Coaching decisions have probably costed us 3-4 games
    - Our wins/losses are still very much dependent on how Big Al does offensively

    I've given us a D grade.
    I'm not sure Burks would be getting time were it not for both Mo and Marvin Williams being out of the line-up.
    Hayward is getting more minutes at SF and Foye needs relief, so there's really no choice but to play Burks at SG.
    Coaching is our biggest weakness as a team right now.
    The Jazz play like azz when the J ain't workin'.

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    If we could trade Marvin Williams along with either Millsap or Jefferson, that seems like the right move to make. I'm not sure we'd be able to sign-and-trade with Sap or Al this summer.
    The Jazz play like azz when the J ain't workin'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catchall View Post
    I'm not sure Burks would be getting time were it not for both Mo and Marvin Williams being out of the line-up.
    Hayward is getting more minutes at SF and Foye needs relief, so there's really no choice but to play Burks at SG.
    Coaching is our biggest weakness as a team right now.
    Exactly. The fact that Corbin is forced to make these changes by default pushes my rating from a C to a D.
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    We've continued to stunt the growth of our young core, all while being really bad, but not bad enough to land a high pick in the draft. Worst case scenario...again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishonjazz View Post
    i rate this season as meh.... exciting and fun to watch when burks, favors, kanter, and hayward are in and playing well..... the rest of the time its a snoozefest.
    That sums the season up perfectly.

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    Mediocrity accompanied by no change of any net positive significance is the last thing I wanted.

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    Grade is subject to change, of course.
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    Solid C. I think this team has a good chance of turning things around this next month, though.
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    I would say C.

    I've seen improvement in almost every single player on our team, we just aren't getting it done consistently right now.
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