As much as we bash Jefferson and Millsap
Would it really matter with the coach that we have? We could have the Dream Team's roster and still struggle because of our coach. We talk so much about this team progressing once Jefferson and Millsap are Gone via trade or free agency. But does it really matter as long as we have a coach who is so limited in intelligence and leadership?
01-26-2013 10:50 AM
I've been feeling ever since he came here that Corbin doesn't know how to use a playbook. "Go out there and work hard" is all he tells his teammates in a huddle with some thrown together play. We win our home games based on intensity, and we win the road games against weak, worn out teams that are in limbo.
Being a fan of a management that doesn't have the balls to fire a guy thats running your team... That's like a restaurant franchise not firing the General Manager even if his sales stay mediocre for more than 2 years, when your restaurant should be a full house every night.
His biggest problem is he plays the veterans when there are more than capable young players on the bench. If you cut out his legs from him, he has to play them.
Originally Posted by The Thriller
i have heard enough of 'good job guys', 'keep on fighting guys', 'we have to do a better job' and so on. add harpring to the assistant coaching stuff and bring a good head coach from europe: they really have good coaches who could excel in the nba.
Has a Euro head coach ever coached an NBA team?
Does not seem like it.
Are they secretly banned from NBA?
corbin is soo limited, he hasn't improved over the last two years and he doesn't get out of the maximum of the players. you could replace anyone with corbin and you won't see worse results. corbin is an underachiever. he is too soft, too kind, dumb and can't get over his love affair with veteran players. he is too limited and brings nothing to the table. he is a nice guy but i don't want him as a coach.
^ If the Jazz management had some balls, maybe that could happen.
But everybody in the Jazz management some good ole boys. Lindsey's going to get the keys to the team someday, I'd imagine.
d'antoni? also others have coaching experience from europe... i do believe they can bring toughness and discipline... d'antoni is not the best example but he was the head coach of an italian team for like ten years...
Originally Posted by slc
D'Antoni is American isn't he?
I'm talking about a legit European born coach.
Maybe a language barrier.
None of the really good Euro head coaches speak English.