"Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies in the final sense a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed." - Dwight D. Eisenhower
Corbin might get better, though. I doubt much, but maybe (he won't be Phil or Pop, ever, but the next tier might be enough... if he ever gets there). Corbin is fine, but I don't know if that will do. I find it very disconcerting how little leadership he shows or proves. No one would disagree that the Jazz have better players this year, yet the Jazz at the end of the day will have been only AS good at best, or have regressed since last year. I am not impressed.
I've been talking myself into Corbin basically since he was named coach because I thought the hire was amateur hour (making full head coach and extending immediately, interim on the other hand only would've made sense). He definitely deserved a chance, but if the Jazz miss the playoffs with a better team, a full offseason, a training camp, and nearly 0 roster change? I don't know. This is a topic I spend a lot of time avoiding because a bad (but not bad enough, and extended no less) coach can upend all of the good going on, and quite honestly, I think we've been seeing some of that.
I go back and forth on this, and I've hoped that we'd see some decisiveness without Al, but... *shrug*
No one roots harder for Corbin to succeed than me.
"I will say, almost everything. And I didnít bring it every night. But I think most everything was a frustration."