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    Well that game was a total and utter embarrassment.

    Not sure what made me more sick:

    1) Al getting absolutely bitch made on the glass by Howard, especially in the first half.
    2) Somebody's genius idea to put Foye on Kobe
    3) The total lack of any sort of offensive system
    4) Watching the starters suck it up again when the bench gets them back in the game
    5) The ref's absolute jobbing of the Jazz, though at some point it quit mattering. Still, Sap got murdered on a ton of plays and the dumbass refs did nothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJAS View Post
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    I wonder why Corbin didn't play Carroll this game. He just loves Foye do death. Carroll should be signed to a contract. He's a fantastic bench player.
    Ridiculous. Carroll is the Jazz's second best wing player, yet he gets no burn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GVC View Post
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    Ridiculous. Carroll is the Jazz's second best wing player, yet he gets no burn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billyshelby View Post
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    All I would say is this: If you have a DVR: watch the offense with Al in it. And then watch it when he's not in it. It's no different. The ball doesn't move more. Guys don't cut more. Favors and Kanter are getting the same shots Al does (and passing LESS.) The only difference is our second unit as a whole is usually better than other team's second units and gets more points in transition. They're still the same terrible half court team that our first unit is.
    I'm not disagreeing with you about the system in general. But, I'd claim that the team is far more concerned it touches Al's hands. We'll spend 20 seconds trying to make that happen. With the second unit, they'll at least try the second post option or Hay actually makes something happen (something Tinsley and Foye and Mo are fairly incapable of doing).

    But, let's not get side tracked. Jefferson shouldn't be on this team. Last night was about as painful a reminder of that as you can dial up. Why I'm STILL watching him and his antics for 30+ minutes a game is just plain ****ing ridiculous when my team has two great prospects rotting behind him. I'm no historian of the League, but I can't find any precident for the past two years. Mind numbing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipship31 View Post
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    I know Earl is pretty damn terrible, but don't get carried away. Jason Hart is the worst player to ever don a Jazz jersey and have a meaningful role.
    Alright, it's been a few hours and I think you're right. Hart was worse, yes. And who can forget Uncle Milt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GVC View Post
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    Ridiculous. Carroll is the Jazz's second best wing player, yet he gets no burn.
    Carroll has been jerked around just like Burks, Kanter, and Favors.
    Carroll needs to get consistent minutes just like the other young studs. He has proven himself to be far more valuable than Marvin.

    I just don't agree with Corbin's philosophy. He doesn't go with what's working. Burks, and Foye was a brilliant move, it was fun to watch,
    and he went away from it. I just don't get where Corbin's head is at, or how small his sack is.
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    Ty Corbin proves once again that he's in over his head. It's so obvious.
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    Very frustrating game. Lakers' real achilles heal is Nash's defense, and we did try to exploit that but Tinsley couldn't make a shot, and you know Earl, he's good for about 20 percent from the outside. The fact that Corbin stuck with Foye who was off and didn't play Carroll or Kanter, was a big mistake. Also, could've let Burks run the point and let him abuse Nash with ISOs. Corbin just doesn't have a feel for match-ups, which also was a weakness of Jerry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eenie-Meenie View Post
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    Very frustrating game. Lakers' real achilles heal is Nash's defense, and we did try to exploit that but Tinsley couldn't make a shot, and you know Earl, he's good for about 20 percent from the outside. The fact that Corbin stuck with Foye who was off and didn't play Carroll or Kanter, was a big mistake. Also, could've let Burks run the point and let him abuse Nash with ISOs. Corbin just doesn't have a feel for match-ups, which also was a weakness of Jerry.
    Which also means Corbin is still stuck in the 1990's. This isn't barnyard basketball, this the NBA!
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    Armchair coach! Away!!!!
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