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    Quote Originally Posted by cjs55 View Post
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    I'd rather fire Corbin. He's the one that's drawing up these awful plays that don't utilize the strengths of the players. I think he's just decided that since Williams is a vet he gets to do whatever he wants in crunch time, when Williams couldn't decision-make his way out of a paper bag.
    I'm going to assume Ty didnt draw up a play where Mo goes down and fores up a contested 20 footer twice in a row. He probably did draw up that nice play where Milsap blew the layup though. I think Mo did what Mo was going to do towards the end last night.

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    it's really ridiculous to think about a Mo trade.

    you miss devin than!
    it's like heavens after heaven harris! it really is. he is a better passer than harris. he shoots 5 times better than harris. so??

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
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    Yeah, that was an awful play design that got Paul Millsap one on one with no help defense to be found. FIRE^99 because Millsap missed a very makeable layup on a well executed play.
    That's one play out of many at the end of the game, and obviously not what I was referring to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennykyle View Post
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    I'm going to assume Ty didnt draw up a play where Mo goes down and fores up a contested 20 footer twice in a row. He probably did draw up that nice play where Milsap blew the layup though. I think Mo did what Mo was going to do towards the end last night.
    He's drawing up plays where the ball is in Williams' hands and it's up to his decision making whether we lose or win. Not a recipe for success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjs55 View Post
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    He's drawing up plays where the ball is in Williams' hands and it's up to his decision making whether we lose or win. Not a recipe for success.
    He brought the ball up, hes the PG numb nuts.

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    He assumed blame via twitter. Hopefiully he learns from his mistakes and the coaching staff designs/enforces better plays of getting it into Jefferson and/or Millsap during crunch time. Even Foye has proven to be pretty clutch. I wouldn't mind seeing a backcourt of Foye and Hayward during crunch time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennykyle View Post
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    He brought the ball up, hes the PG numb nuts.
    I think he was referring to the play when the jazz were inbounding on thier side of the court so no one actually brought the ball up.

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    Never said I would rather have Harris back but Calderon will probably be available for a nice sixth man to come off the bench and score some points. He is a much better distributor than mo. In our system we need ball movement and mo stops the ball worse than Jefferson and he controls the ball most of the time. We have scoring guards in Hayward burks and foye. We need somebody to set them up and get the ball to the bigs without turning it over. mo is not that man. Not yet anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
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    Yeah, that was an awful play design that got Paul Millsap one on one with no help defense to be found. FIRE^99 because Millsap missed a very makeable layup on a well executed play.
    Why does Tapatalk put this stupid "FIRE^99" crap on every one of your posts?
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