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    Wait, there's STILL Corbin apologists out there? XD

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    Coach of the Year for sure.

    On a serious note, everyone should start sending depends to the the training facility addressed to corbin.
    Last edited by Tony; 12-24-2012 at 02:26 AM.

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    Finally an asistant coach stepped up and showed the right way to Corbin at least on one basic thing that Corbin couldn't able to see. Everyone who watched the game probably choose the path B, cause they probably saw Lowe's and Mo's rush and struggle to point out that a sub is required to Corbin. Maybe they are not that much "three monkeys".

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    Funny stuff. When Crayon missed the first shot, I was wondering to myself if Corbin was going to do anything. Then Vaughn, the youngest coach in the NBA subs in a rebounder and it takes the entire coaching staff plus Mo Williams to figure out it might be a good idea to counter the move.

    I've always said Corbin is a reactive coach - he can't think on his feet; but this illustrates it perfectly. I've come to expect stuff like this.

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    Corbin's strength is offensive sets. Perhaps he is a little behind on deciding substitution patterns but that is easier to pick up then offensive sets. I still maintain that the stuff he isn't good at can be learned by anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cctrackstar View Post
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    Wow, Corbin gets a group of no name players into the playoffs last season and has a winning record with the worst schedule in the NBA and this is the thanks he gets? You want to know why Sloan/Corbin get the most out of less talented players? It's because they don't play them right away, they make them earn it and in doing so they learn what it takes to win.
    No name players? Toughest record? The Jazz' SOS is basically dead middle so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cctrackstar View Post
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    Corbin's strength is offensive sets.
    If that is true, then we are ****ed.
    "Adversity is opportunity in disguise."

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    I have coached for 15 years in addition to playing and the first thing a coach does is take advantage of mismatches. There is no if and or buts about it. Corbin sucks at this. The most elementary thing a coach does.

    I want van Gundy

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    Quote Originally Posted by cctrackstar View Post
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    Corbin's strength is offensive sets. Perhaps he is a little behind on deciding substitution patterns but that is easier to pick up then offensive sets. I still maintain that the stuff he isn't good at can be learned by anyone.
    Everyone is entitled to his or her opinion, and my opinion is that your's sucks.

    1-- "Corbin's strength is offensive sets." Do you even watch the games? This team is the worst Jazz team in running offensive sets since the team moved to Utah. Harpring has been caught on the air wondering if this team knows how to run an offensive set.

    2-- "Perhaps he is a little behind on deciding substitution patterns but that is easier to pick up then offensive sets." A little behind??? This is a guy who has NEVER made a strategic substitution to start the second half. If you and your assistants can't figure out what to do during half-time, then you sure as hell can't figure it out while the game is being played.

    3-- "I still maintain that the stuff he isn't good at can be learned by anyone." Coaches are not drafted, they are hired. They're supposed to know how to coach the game by the time they become Head Coach. Sure, they don't know it all and they'll continue to learn the nuances until they retire; but a rookie coach damn well better have a steep learning curve or he has no business being a head coach. Corbin has been the head coach for going on two years, and he's no better today than when Sloan quit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cctrackstar View Post
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    Corbin's strength is offensive sets. Perhaps he is a little behind on deciding substitution patterns but that is easier to pick up then offensive sets. I still maintain that the stuff he isn't good at can be learned by anyone.
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    Everyone is entitled to his or her opinion, and my opinion is that your's sucks.

    1-- "Corbin's strength is offensive sets." Do you even watch the games? This team is the worst Jazz team in running offensive sets since the team moved to Utah. Harpring has been caught on the air wondering if this team knows how to run an offensive set.

    2-- "Perhaps he is a little behind on deciding substitution patterns but that is easier to pick up then offensive sets." A little behind??? This is a guy who has NEVER made a strategic substitution to start the second half. If you and your assistants can't figure out what to do during half-time, then you sure as hell can't figure it out while the game is being played.

    3-- "I still maintain that the stuff he isn't good at can be learned by anyone." Coaches are not drafted, they are hired. They're supposed to know how to coach the game by the time they become Head Coach. Sure, they don't know it all and they'll continue to learn the nuances until they retire; but a rookie coach damn well better have a steep learning curve or he has no business being a head coach. Corbin has been the head coach for going on two years, and he's no better today than when Sloan quit.
    I agree with both of these arguments

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    Last edited by Weezur; 12-25-2012 at 01:30 AM.

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