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By moving to another team and stacking the deck against the league? Or by staying on, but unsettling other superstars and getting them to force...
And has always been. People have just assumed that it was the players and not him.
Quin would've been a great coach to have 20-25 years ago.
When's the next home game? We need Karl Malone to come to SLC again and make his way into the locker room and chew out the team.
This team hasn't had a good game in a month. Since the time they beat the Bucks.
And yet we're still to see them play like they're the best team since 2007. That's my gripe.
You can have a tough schedule and be playing like crap. The two aren't mutually exclusive. The Jazz have played like crap so far.
We got lucky. We were able to put together winning streaks because injuries didn't hit us when it mattered. For the most part anyway.
To finish under .500. Just because we got lucky in the past, doesn't mean we're going to get lucky again.
51-48-50 wins the last three seasons. You're not actually saying this team looks like it's going to win more than 50 games, are you?
So we can't be under-performing because we're 11-7?
On pace to win 50 games. Compared to the amount of talent, hell, I'd say this might be one of the worst Jazz teams ever.
This is probably the worst Jazz team in the past 4-5 years.
I see an offense that has never really clicked in a way we need it to click to be a contender. You don't challenge for a title with an offense...
So, middling. Like I said.
Why? How intricate of an offense do you really need to finish with 48-49 wins? As another posted pointed out above, we tend to be a middling...