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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.
    Get Educated

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by NAOS View Post
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    I'm not disagreeing with you about the system in general.
    You should be. The offense does run differently when Al is on the bench. It's less effective, but it's different (the second quarter of the Washington game is a perfect example for those with the ability to rewatch games). With Carroll and Hayward in, the Jazz run more sets with Kanter and Favors at the high post, with Hayward and Carroll cutting along the baseline and around the bigs' screens. This is nearly impossible with Al in, as he's uncomfortable in the high post (although he's been effective at times this season, admittedly) and hasn't set a screen in his life. Unfortunately, Earl's play has been poor this season, and his opposite number sags WAY off, limiting the effectiveness of the off-ball movement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GVC View Post
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    You should be. The offense does run differently when Al is on the bench. It's less effective, but it's different (the second quarter of the Washington game is a perfect example for those with the ability to rewatch games). With Carroll and Hayward in, the Jazz run more sets with Kanter and Favors at the high post, with Hayward and Carroll cutting along the baseline and around the bigs' screens. This is nearly impossible with Al in, as he's uncomfortable in the high post (although he's been effective at times this season, admittedly) and hasn't set a screen in his life. Unfortunately, Earl's play has been poor this season, and his opposite number sags WAY off, limiting the effectiveness of the off-ball movement.
    I meant that I don't disagree with the general statement that our offense sucks.

    The rest of that post explains part of my reasons for disagreeing with BS's statement that the offense is the "same". Such a statement, taken too far, is obviously wrong as ****.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaticWolf View Post
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    Armchair coach! Away!!!!
    To be fair I don't think many people here would be a worse coach than Ty. He's simply awful.
    Playoffs here we come. Pass the damn Kool-Aid

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaticWolf View Post
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    Armchair coach! Away!!!!
    You'd support an armchair coach, too.
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