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    Quote Originally Posted by DutchJazzer View Post
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    I lolled when one of the anouncers saying something they will miss big al, big al having paint precense, so our interiour d would be lacking
    If some announcers thinks this is it possible some gm's think this?

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    Kanter went 18 points on 16 shots with only 8 rebounds in 35 minutes and ZERO assists.

    Jazz shot better from 3 than they did overall.

    Millsap had a pretty nice game. Too bad another couple free throws didn't fall to cap it off.


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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
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    In his very first NBA start, Kanter went 18 points on 16 shots with 8 rebounds in 35 minutes and no assists.
    Thanks for putting things into context for us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Notes View Post
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    It was a very timely win, fun and great to watch. Not an indictment of anybody though. Just another thought, where's the thread congratulating Corbs on winning huge without 2 key players? It cannot exist on JF.

    So, if part of enjoying the win is pushing an agenda, hey have a great time. If not, it can be just as fun.
    Once again corbin is forced to do what many of us think is best for the team due to injury.... He didn't choose to play this style of ball and these lineups, it was forced upon him due to injury.

    Remember last year when burks never played and then at the end of the season bell, miles, and howard were all hurt so he was FORCED to play burks... Then we played our best basketball of the year and won like 9 out of our last 10 to make the playoffs.

    Corbin does the correct thing best when he is forced to due to injury.

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    The point here is not whether we are better off with out Al or not. The point is that we have plenty of people capable of scoring with equal or better efficiency than Al. The majority of media reps feel that we wouldn't be able to score without big Al. That is simply false

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaticWolf View Post
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    Yes, because we won a game where we hit ~20 3s without Al, definitely means we don't need him.

    Or Favors for that matter.
    People who bring up that favors was also out are idiots... favors plays way less than big Al and doesn't dominate the offense like al does so it is a stupid comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaticWolf View Post
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    Yep, keep telling yourself that we our perimeter shots are not falling.
    We had over 50 points in the paint homey.

    Outside shots fall alot better when the ball moves, making those outside shots wide open instead of contested forced outside shots at the end of shot clocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Notes View Post
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    Al is not incapable of defending, he is susceptible to being fatigued and also cannot be exposed very far from the basket. Al rotates very well, just not very often. That has to improve and while it has come from a very low point he's clearly improved. As has been beaten to death it's ridiculous to expect any center to guard a pg out past the foul line. Kanter got absolutely smoked at least once tonight in the exact same situation Al was in the other day.

    You play your players to their strengths and try to hide their weaknesses. Very few players are great on both sides of the ball. Get your head on straight. Al contributes by putting so much pressure on a defense. They have to deny him the ball, double him or send somebody backside to try for a steal. Now against guys like all-world post defense Duncan it doesn't help much but then again this is not a HOF player we are talking about here.

    Al is an offensive focus. You preach that everything would be peachy without an offensive focus but look around the league at the teams without one. They have no chance.
    According your post brown, it sounds like the coach isn't using big al properly and isn't coaching the rest of the team to play correctly with him in the lineup

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    Quote Originally Posted by GVC View Post
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    Saw that 5 times last season. Jazz were 4-1 in those games.
    Great post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
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    Kanter went 18 points on 16 shots with only 8 rebounds in 35 minutes and ZERO assists.

    Jazz shot better from 3 than they did overall.

    Millsap had a pretty nice game. Too bad another couple free throws didn't fall to cap it off.
    In kanters 1st ever game as a starter..... as a 20 year old, already putting up al jefferson like numbers.

    Wonder what he would be able to do with more minutes and more starts.

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