"les grandes défaites forgent les grands hommes" - Rudy Gobert
As Matt Harpring said. Do we even have a ****ing offense? I have said since 2 weeks into the season that we don't have an offense. If we can't run, or secondary break, we are screwed. We don't run any sets, we don't have an answer for teams that can pressure the ball and guard AL man to man. We don't even attempt to run a passing game and seem to be unable to run a PNR effectively. We pretty much rely on all of our half court scoring to come from a single post up player and passing it when he's doubled. If he doesn't get doubled because the other team has a guy that can defend him, we have no answer or options except throw up a bad 3 pt attempt.
Playoffs here we come. Pass the damn Kool-Aid
Three players scored in double figures?!? That's it? And only one of them is on offense? C'mon this awful. I'm sick and tired of the Jazz playing like garbage. We can't win with Jefferson and Millsap so why play them both so much? Play Kanter and Favors along with Burks and we'll still lose games but we'll be better in the long run...this coaching is driving me up the wall
That's pretty brilliant I didn't notice they were doing it. Makes sense given the Jazz rely so heavily on the break. It's a great example of what a good coach can do for you.I have no idea if this what Indiana always does, but Vogel's coaching was brilliant. Indiana sends back their 1-3 on every shot. They basically conceded the offensive rebound to completely take away our break. He wanted to defend our half court offense. We'll see this playbook again.
Cy is a Baker, he doesn't work fast food. Don't make that mistake, he doesn't like it.
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