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    I don't think you guys understand - sure Corbin could play Kanter and make the Jazz better but it is important that Al Jefferson gets a ton of playing time so that he can develop.

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    I hope kanter will get traded soon and can show his butt to the jazz front office and corbin once he makes multiple all-star teams playing for an other team. that's all i wish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GVC View Post
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    Kanter has played less than 10 minutes in only 5 games this season. All of them have been in the last 10. Over those 10 games, these are his stats:

    23/35 FG (8.0/12.2 per36); .657 FG%
    6/8 FT (2.1/2.8 per36); .750 FT%
    .675 TS%
    10.3 mpg (103:05)
    18.2 Points per36
    10.5 Rebounds per36 (12-18-30)
    2.1 Assists per36 (6)
    1.0 Steals per36 (3)
    0.3 Blocks per36 (1)
    3.1 Turnovers per36 (9)
    3.1 PF per36 (9)
    Most of Kanter's efficiency comes from easy weak side putbacks. If the Jazz can run then Kanter clearly should play over Jefferson. If they can't run then it's tougher to increase efficiency wtih him in the game.

    I'd also like to see more cleanup by design plays when Jeffy is on the low block. He could throw up a shot over a triple team and call it an assist if Kanter is in the vicinity bearing down. Kid has a ridiculous nose for the ball, even in long rebounds which is much rarer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gyp Rosetti View Post
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    Legit question. If Al is re-signed then which team do you root for next season?
    Fixed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
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    Most of Kanter's efficiency comes from easy weak side putbacks.
    I'm not going to go through the game logs, but that's unlikely over the stretch in question. Dude has 12 O-boards and 23 buckets. Even if he converted every O-board he grabbed into a basket, he'd still be 11-23 from the field and 6-8 from the line for a TS% of .528 (we could, of course, consider the possibility that he converts all his O-boards into buckets, with 8 of them generating and1's, but that's even more absurd).

    edit: It's worth noting that as of January 28th, Kanter had the highest eFG% on jumpers among the Jazz's 4 bigs per 82games.com.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Norm View Post
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    I don't think you guys understand - sure Corbin could play Kanter and make the Jazz better but it is important that Al Jefferson gets a ton of playing time so that he can develop.
    not sure if serious

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    Bumped so I don't have to search for this pile of **** when I have time to nuke it.

    Here's a hint, comparing two players' per 36 is complete garbage when their actual minutes per game are on opposite ends of the spectrum. Nice analysis, Goebels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Notes View Post
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    Bumped so I don't have to search for this pile of **** when I have time to nuke it.

    Here's a hint, comparing two players' per 36 is complete garbage when their actual minutes per game are on opposite ends of the spectrum. Nice analysis, Goebels.
    Yawn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Notes View Post
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    Bumped so I don't have to search for this pile of **** when I have time to nuke it.

    Here's a hint, comparing two players' per 36 is complete garbage when their actual minutes per game are on opposite ends of the spectrum. Nice analysis, Goebels.
    You're a ****ing disease. Goebels, eh? You should be ashamed of yourself.

    I just posted the numbers. There's no additional analysis. That raw data offends you says a whole lot more about you than it does about me.
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    If he gets traded and Burks, then I'm done with the Jazz. I've just about had it, as it is. They just keep trading away all their good players or letting them walk instead of finding way to build around them and adding better pieces. And what are they drafting these guys for, to sit on the bench? Who's responsible Corbin, KOC, Greg? I wish I knew. It's very frustrating. About the only guy they've kept that they should have, is Millsap.

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