Burks page that highlights lineups he is used in:
Burks and Foye units together account for 40 min and are +24.
It's interesting that Mo only makes one appearance. The >300 min data also showcases Hayward's value.
Locke and his numbers makes me laugh. It's like his idea that you can tell how good someone is going to be by their third year.
"Giving to the poor is an essential part of Christian morality. I do not believe one can settle how much we ought to give. I’m afraid the only safe rule is to give more than we can spare... If our charities do not at all pinch or hamper us, I should say they are too small. There ought to be things that we’d like to do but cannot do because our charitable expenditure excludes them." --C.S. Lewis
But that combo - Millsap, Jefferson, Hayward, Foye, and Burks is what helped bring the Jazz back in the 2nd half after an awful 1st half where the team had really low energy and Detroit was doing whatever they wanted. Favors/Carroll were in the mix with that lineup as well. I remember a really nice run, a faster paced game (even with Jefferson)....and that is was really fun to watch....but never to be seen again I guess.
Here is the highlight from the game - there are a few plays here with that exact combo @ :33 - 1:12, then 1:30-1:45. Too bad Hayward missed that dunk or they would have been +28 against opponents.
John Locke looks like the biggest tool, and talks like one too.
He pitches some amazing story about how good the Jazz look in the offseason, and still keeps on homerizing this team..
Why do the Jazz have to be so idiotic, from the team to the organization? Why us!?
I could eat a peach for hours.
I listened to that interview and I thought "Oconnor must have told Locke to sell the vets really hard no matter what". He was horrible, definitely a company shill.