Why would Ty get fired for making adjustments since the team was losing? I give Ty credit for trying something different. This is on the players and not the coach. Guys need to start stepping up. AJ and Favors need to get a freak'n rebound.
It's not just this game. On paper this team is far better than Wizards and even the 76ers last night. But They're just barely competing with them. So you've got to look at the Coach and how he strategize and motivates the players. So far he has missed the mark IMO.
I'm baffled by the high picks Kanter (tries) setting 25' from the basket. He runs out to set the pick, but the guard rarely waits for him to set. This play completely removes Kanter from getting an offensive rebound and he isn't a threat from the 3-point line. Why?
Man, what a slugfest. Not even 40 pts for both teams and half is almost over.
"I was originally a Jazz fan but since I am getting pooped on so hard on the Jazz forums it is really starting to make me wish Kanter develops into the Kevin McHale potential he has and make the Jazz look bad. Nothing would make me happier at this point." Unidentified Kanter homer on reddit.
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