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    I think Randy Wittman needs to put Wall in the starting lineup. He's played 7 games. Why still bring him off the bench?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightmare3983 View Post
    I think Randy Wittman needs to put Wall in the starting lineup. He's played 7 games. Why still bring him off the bench?
    Becuase dude one time WIttman was starting for an injured player then that injured player got uninjured and came back and Wittman lost his starting job now he is holding a grudge against injured starters who get healhty dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate505 View Post
    I cannot fathom how much I detest Ty as an NBA head coach. The starters continue to get rewarded and continue to get minutes for sucking it up. The bench plays a great 2nd quarter, the starters come in and absolutely suck it up. The starters suck it up again in the 3rd quarter, then the bench finally gets to come back in, and they don't play well for a bit only for Ty to go back to the same group of starters who suck it up who scraped by with a win because the Wizards absolutely suck.

    It's a ****ing travesty this guy is the Jazz head coach.

    The pro Corbin crowd will be nowhere to be found when our starters get pounded in the playoffs again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    Becuase dude one time WIttman was starting for an injured player then that injured player got uninjured and came back and Wittman lost his starting job now he is holding a grudge against injured starters who get healhty dude.
    Lol. You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Cyrone Torbin again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revolution 9 View Post
    The pro Corbin crowd will be nowhere to be found when our starters get pounded in the playoffs again.
    No one is a total loss or total perfection. However the amount of minutes, or lack thereof, that Kanter and Burks are receiving in favor of Foye and Al/Sap is horrendous.

    Last night Kanter received 11 minutes and Burks 3. 3!

    Foye played 34 minutes, Watson 13 and Tinsley 35. You can easily find Burks an extra 15 minutes in there.

    Al and Sap both played 32 minutes. Take 5 from each and suddenly Kanter is at 21 minutes and yet Al and Sap still played more.

    The story pushed by the media is that Corbin is trying to balance now v. the future. Well when 2 of the 4 main peices of that future are not receiving the time sufficient to progress then that balance is out of wack.
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    We may have won this game...but man, it feels like a loss. At one point our bench had more points than the entire Wizards team...so what does Coach do to reward them? Bench them. I have no idea why Tyrone always and I mean ALWAYS plays heavy minutes to our starters in the 3rd quarter when we have a big lead. Same thing in Miami, big lead at half, then our starters play nearly the entire 3rd, the opponent widdles away at our lead. And by the time the 4th comes they are back in it and our starters are still playing with little effort. Our bench is what gives us our huge lead, Kanter, Favors and Hayward all play really well together. So mad...Jefferson is ice cold, but Corbin still plays him, still has him jacking up shots and missing....should be a lesson learned, play the youth more

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crawlnstall View Post
    We may have won this game...but man, it feels like a loss. At one point our bench had more points than the entire Wizards team...so what does Coach do to reward them? Bench them. I have no idea why Tyrone always and I mean ALWAYS plays heavy minutes to our starters in the 3rd quarter when we have a big lead. Same thing in Miami, big lead at half, then our starters play nearly the entire 3rd, the opponent widdles away at our lead. And by the time the 4th comes they are back in it and our starters are still playing with little effort. Our bench is what gives us our huge lead, Kanter, Favors and Hayward all play really well together. So mad...Jefferson is ice cold, but Corbin still plays him, still has him jacking up shots and missing....should be a lesson learned, play the youth more
    Revisionist history is awesome especially with no paragraphs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Notes View Post
    Revisionist history is awesome especially with no paragraphs.
    Be specific please. Are you saying that the bench does not give us big leads? I have seen that many times already this season. The Jazz have one of the highest scoring benches in the league. Plus some of out best defenders are on the 2nd unit (Favors, Hayward, Kanter, Carroll...).

    Is what he said always true? of course not. But has been true to many times as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoked View Post
    Be specific please. Are you saying that the bench does not give us big leads? I have seen that many times already this season. The Jazz have one of the highest scoring benches in the league. Plus some of out best defenders are on the 2nd unit (Favors, Hayward, Kanter, Carroll...).

    Is what he said always true? of course not. But has been true to many times as well.
    Read my earlier post. The bench blew the lead last night, but since that doesn't fit certain agendas it's time to change the facts. Same thing with the Miami game. It's ridiculous.

    This is the NBA, teams will make runs. It's not like the bench sucks and they deserve to be crucified for inconsistency, and if everybody was a vet (or everybody was on rook contracts) we would still blow leads from time to time. I'm not trying to be down on the young guys. But making up stuff isn't a very good way to make a point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Notes View Post
    Read my earlier post. The bench blew the lead last night, but since that doesn't fit certain agendas it's time to change the facts. Same thing with the Miami game. It's ridiculous.

    This is the NBA, teams will make runs. It's not like the bench sucks and they deserve to be crucified for inconsistency, and if everybody was a vet (or everybody was on rook contracts) we would still blow leads from time to time. I'm not trying to be down on the young guys. But making up stuff isn't a very good way to make a point.
    Well it often is a problem with the starters. To pretend it is not is as worthless as acting as if they are always the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoked View Post
    Well it often is a problem with the starters. To pretend it is not is as worthless as acting as if they are always the problem.
    It hasn't really been a problem since Mo went out.
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    Burks with a -14 in 3:26. SLCDunk in an obviously biased post, goes through the play by play and says he did nothing wrong, blames Watson. http://www.slcdunk.com/2013/1/24/391...3-26-of-action

    For those that watched the game, do you agree that for the most part, that 3:26 was a Watson fail?
    Chop it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegas View Post
    Burks with a -14 in 3:26. SLCDunk in an obviously biased post, goes through the play by play and says he did nothing wrong, blames Watson. http://www.slcdunk.com/2013/1/24/391...3-26-of-action

    For those that watched the game, do you agree that for the most part, that 3:26 was a Watson fail?
    Yes. And I thought Tinsley stayed on Wall better than Watson did but I'm biased.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegas View Post
    Burks with a -14 in 3:26. SLCDunk in an obviously biased post, goes through the play by play and says he did nothing wrong, blames Watson. http://www.slcdunk.com/2013/1/24/391...3-26-of-action

    For those that watched the game, do you agree that for the most part, that 3:26 was a Watson fail?
    It is usually more complicated than 1 persons fail but it can certainly start with one man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gyp Rosetti View Post
    I didn't watch the game but how true could this be? We outscored them 21-20 in the 3rd. They outscored us 30-19 in the 4th.
    The bulk of that came in the first part of the third. The Jazz were actually up by 21 at one point in the third but the Wizards ended the third with a 6-0 run, with nobody but Favors and Hayward from the bench being on the court. The bench came in a played like crap, but most of them had been sitting from 4 minutes of the 2nd quarter until the start of the 4th quarter so I get it. After that the starters came in held onto the game by the skin of their teeth, mostly because the Wizards are a crappy team who couldn't capitalize. Nene must have blew 5 or six layups.

    Not to mention the bench built up a 22 point lead in the 2nd quarter only for the starters to come in and knock it back down to a 14 point lead.

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