Also, this game is super important for Saturday's game too. The Jazz have only beaten 1 team with a winning record on the road. If the Jazz win tonight, Portland will no longer have a winning record and our chances of beating them on the road increase exponentially.
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So how care to put a wager on kanter's minutes(assuming it aint a blowout).
i'd say between 3 and 4 minutes
corbin would agrue that we need big al's defines vs lamarcus.
so matchups dictate more jefferson less kanter
It'll be tough keeping Hickson off the boards.
Lilliard vs Tinsley/Watson
Sometimes Matthews turns into a major chucker and plays hero ball in Utah, almost like he is trying to really prove that letting him go was a mistake. This could be a rough night for us, Portlands bench is awful, but Hayward is out so our bench definitely takes a hit. Not to mention Lillard could have a career game against our weak PG's. If the Jazz come out with energy and hustle we can win, if we play with no heart like we did against portland we are screwed. I say at best we split the next two games
i think we just let our bench beat up their bench, then wwham bam thank you mam we win.
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No Hayward, very little Favors and Kanter, possibly no Burks and 40+ mins of Foye, Al and Millsap?
I think we would have Lilliard if we would have gotten that pick.
We would probably have Lilliard, not have Millsap. It would have been perfect for this team.
PG - Lilliard,
SG - Hayward
SF - Marvin
PF - Al
C - Favors
That would have been a very, very good team.
I think it's funny that Gordie can't play if he misses a practice. Like the Jazz game plan for each opponent:
Corbin: OK, when we're on offense against Portland we're going to throw it into Big Al. Then he makes his move(s), and if the shot isn't there, he throws it back out and we try it a 2nd time.
Team: umm, don't we do that every possession?
Corbin: No, this time I want you guys to really push the ball up the court before throwing it into Jefferson. That way, maybe we can get it to him 3 times instead of 2. Everyone else can just stand around and watch Al. Now let's all practice where you'll be standing and what you'll be looking at.
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