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    Quote Originally Posted by mellow View Post
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    It occured to me that for years Jazzfanz complained about the predictibility of the Jerry Sloan offense. This team is not predictible, I never know who will be starting, playing, or finishing. Multiple guys have stepped up and carried the team for stretches of games. And I never know if I tune in if it will be the night that Burks makes an appearance.
    That's because Corbin doesn't make adjustments in games and is afraid to sit players like Millsap at the end of games.


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    I made this point way before anyone else did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SiroMar View Post
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    The apologists keep defending a point that no one is challenging. Everyone knows the Jazz has a decent team this year. A decent team that will most probably get a 6-8th playoffs seed and make a first round exit. We will then lose a couple of the players getting all the minutes. The vets will be replaced with the other vets, since the youths won't be "ready". And they never will, since their development has been glacial with such limited minutes. The Jazz may manage to make the playoffs next year even! By then, we will have certainly lost Burks and most likely one of the young bigs.

    I've pretty much written off this season. I don't see any plausible scenarios that can get me excited. Even if the Jazz somehow mesh into an awesome team that lands a decent seed and make it to the second round (lol), I don't see a way of going forward from there. Best possible situation would be shipping Burks along with one of the vets in return of a young asset, and giving Favors and Kanter legit starter minutes next season and rebuilding around that adjusted young core. This season would still count as a waste of time, but at least we'd get to watch a fun team that makes a playoffs run, and maintain a winning culture. And we can do what we should be doing now starting with the next season.
    I am starting to believe we are thinking too highly of our young guys. The more I see Kanter play the more mistakes I see him making. He isn't ready for more than his 10-15 minutes.

    Hayward seems to be who he is going to be. A good, smart player who's jumper is streaky.

    Favors is slowly evolving into a very good big man who isn't a #1 scoring option.

    Burks is the big unknown.
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    I figure the Jazz will be a 7th or 8th seed. Might take it to 6 games in the playoffs. Sad thing is I see tons of potential. Favors, Kanter both have moments were they look like the bright future. When Hayward is confident he is pretty good too. Mo Williams really makes things go smoother on offense. I think a coaching change and some trades midseason could take us from 6-8th seed to a possible 4th or higher...but that won't happen

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    Kanter, Burks, GSW pick, future 1st for Rajon Championship.


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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
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    Kanter, Burks, GSW pick, future 1st for Rajon Championship.
    Can we somehow work Braille into the deal?

    If so.... done.... as long as we can trade Rivers and TyCo.
    Gobert has a serious defensive gravity.

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    Like GF I agree with Spazz. Jazz have a decent record with a much increased road scedule at the start of the season.

    If the Jazz stay undeafeated at home and continue to win 40% of road games then they finish 57-25 for the season. We all know they won't but I think that they are ina better position now than this time last year.

    Still dissapointed in Ty and think we could have been 11-5 - 13-3 with a better coach. (@ Boston, @ Philly, @ NO #1 and @ Sactown were all very winnable)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hack View Post
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    Jason, I see the icon for "rep" management, and another one for reporting a post, but I can't find the "shiny sticker on forehead" icon. Please help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bordelais7 View Post
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    Jason, I see the icon for "rep" management, and another one for reporting a post, but I can't find the "shiny sticker on forehead" icon. Please help.
    It's okay there is a stamp on his forehead already, no need for a sticker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoked View Post
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    Like GF I agree with Spazz. Jazz have a decent record with a much increased road scedule at the start of the season.

    If the Jazz stay undeafeated at home and continue to win 40% of road games then they finish 57-25 for the season. We all know they won't but I think that they are ina better position now than this time last year.

    Still dissapointed in Ty and think we could have been 11-5 - 13-3 with a better coach. (@ Boston, @ Philly, @ NO #1 and @ Sactown were all very winnable)
    No NBA teams win all the winnable games though. I agree they were winnable, only NO and Sac SHOULD have been wins.

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