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    I think Ty is willing to do defensive substitutions at the end of games after the N.O. disaster. I was so glad that Ty called time out when Millsap got the rebound with 6.4 seconds left in the last game. Sloan would not have done that. He would have let them throw up some crazy hurried shot. I also think that Ty's defensive adjustment on San Antonio showed he is willing to change. He still does things that make me scratch my head, but he is starting to use common sense with his coaching moves. We may not agree with all of Ty's moves, but you can't argue that he isn't trying. I think Ty is a hard worker and it seems like the coaching staff is unified. I just wish he would give Burks more burn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xsy View Post
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    Corbin really isn't too bad.

    He's still a young coach. He'll grow just as much as our players do.
    I have not liked corbin very much but i can get behind this.... i still have some patience left and the last few games have been alot of fun to watch. (maybe jefferson missing the toronto game is the reason for the change, maybe not)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sojodave View Post
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    I think Ty is willing to do defensive substitutions at the end of games after the N.O. disaster. I was so glad that Ty called time out when Millsap got the rebound with 6.4 seconds left in the last game. Sloan would not have done that. He would have let them throw up some crazy hurried shot. I also think that Ty's defensive adjustment on San Antonio showed he is willing to change. He still does things that make me scratch my head, but he is starting to use common sense with his coaching moves. We may not agree with all of Ty's moves, but you can't argue that he isn't trying. I think Ty is a hard worker and it seems like the coaching staff is unified. I just wish he would give Burks more burn.
    This... my main issue with him right now is just that the youth still dont get enough burn (especially the burks situation), otherwise he seems to be getting better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kennykyle View Post
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    Corbins head has never been in his ass. He knows more about basketball, lineups, potential, skill, talent, etc than any of you bitches. He may not be the best coach in the NBA, but he is not the worst either, not even in the bottom half.
    I dont think any of us believe we know more about basketball in general than ty, and he should know more than us. After all he is the head coach making millions of dollars.

    But he does make mistakes (which is ok, we all make mistakes), the problem is some of them (not subbing favors in for jeffy in the NO game, playing bell so much last year, not holding everyone accountable for defense, not trying the big lineup earlier last year.) are very obvious mistakes that he should not be making at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishonjazz View Post
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    I dont think any of us believe we know more about basketball in general than ty, and he should know more than us. After all he is the head coach making millions of dollars.

    But he does make mistakes (which is ok, we all make mistakes), the problem is some of them (not subbing favors in for jeffy in the NO game, playing bell so much last year, not holding everyone accountable for defense, not trying the big lineup earlier last year.) are very obvious mistakes that he should not be making at all.
    Hindsight is 20/20 my man. Its really easy to say woulda coulda shoulda after the fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revolution 9 View Post
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    Anyone that plays Sap, and Big Al together for extended periods of time is an *******
    Ehhhhh, I would rather Al and Favors start, but I think Al and Sap can complement each other occasionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennykyle View Post
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    Hindsight is 20/20 my man. Its really easy to say woulda coulda shoulda after the fact.

    Come on kenny, during the NO game everyone (except ty) knew to put in favors for defense on the last NO possesion while the game was going on not after the fact.
    Most of us wanted the big 3 lineup all year last year but didn't get it until the season was almost over.
    Most of us wanted bell to either not play at all or al least be getting very few minutes all of last year.
    And most of us have wanted jefferson to be held accountable on defense all along as well.
    None of those thing required hindsight (at least not for me) and all of them should be pretty obvious to a good head coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sojodave View Post
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    I think Ty is willing to do defensive substitutions at the end of games after the N.O. disaster. I was so glad that Ty called time out when Millsap got the rebound with 6.4 seconds left in the last game. Sloan would not have done that. He would have let them throw up some crazy hurried shot. I also think that Ty's defensive adjustment on San Antonio showed he is willing to change. He still does things that make me scratch my head, but he is starting to use common sense with his coaching moves. We may not agree with all of Ty's moves, but you can't argue that he isn't trying. I think Ty is a hard worker and it seems like the coaching staff is unified. I just wish he would give Burks more burn.
    Sloan also had Stock and DWill to make good decisions with out a timeout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennykyle View Post
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    Ehhhhh, I would rather Al and Favors start, but I think Al and Sap can complement each other occasionally.
    Millsap and Jefferson compliment each other very well when the offense is running good. We tend to forget this because last season was an offensive nightmare with Harris, CJ, Howard, Bell, and even Hayward for 1/2 the season.

    These two run high-low pretty efficiently (something I've been calling for more of). Millsap continues to stretch the floor further each season & that only adds to how well they can play together.

    Interior defense isn't an issue either when you have competent front court defenders. Jefferson is a great post defender, Millsap is good enough and gets a ton of steals.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sojodave View Post
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    I think Ty is willing to do defensive substitutions at the end of games after the N.O. disaster. I was so glad that Ty called time out when Millsap got the rebound with 6.4 seconds left in the last game. Sloan would not have done that. He would have let them throw up some crazy hurried shot. I also think that Ty's defensive adjustment on San Antonio showed he is willing to change. He still does things that make me scratch my head, but he is starting to use common sense with his coaching moves. We may not agree with all of Ty's moves, but you can't argue that he isn't trying. I think Ty is a hard worker and it seems like the coaching staff is unified. I just wish he would give Burks more burn.
    it looked to me like the timeout was called because spa was doing his best al impression and sitting his fat ass on down.

    in all seriousness, i just thought the timeout was called because sap was down on the floor with 6 seconds to go. and time being precious it was a disadvantage playing 4 on 5

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