Does this sum up the Jazz offense?
"Weíre having a lot of random possessions where guys donít know what the other guys are doing, so itís leading to people being stuck with the ball, going one-on-one, and that leads to turnovers."
Actually, that seems to sum up the offensive scheme of 90% of NBA teams, don't ya think? This was the comment of the Bull's coach after his clowns got beat at home to the Spurs who were without 3 starters! How did we lose to these guys at home 2 days ago? Got to be the offense.....or was it the "shoes?"
02-12-2013 08:18 AM
no jazz offense everyone knows what they are supposed to do.
dump it down to al and stand arround
Our offense reminds me of when I show up for a pickup game at the local church with my friends for the first time in 3 years. We are just as structured.
90% of our offense plays:
Point guard walks up to the top of the key, passes it to our SG/SF on the right or left side of the 3 point line, that player passes to a positioned big, and he posts up or fakes a few times for a jumpshot.
The ironic/sad thing is that Bulls' offense picked-apart Utah's halfcourt defense in crunchtime Friday night by running a Marco Bellineli-Carlos Boozer screen-roll. Bellineli's a decent talent but you have the Jazz organization lamenting how they're w/out Mo and Hayward while Nate Robinson is torching Utah in the 1st-half and Marco Bellineli is looking like Deron Williams in setting the table for Boozer in the pick&roll. On the other end of the floor Noah is fronting Al in the post and we can't run a highschool-level high-low from Millsap to Al for a layup. Chess vs. Checkers.
"It's a loss. It's one loss on our home floor that we aren't happy with." -Ty Corbin, 12/26/12.
"It's one loss." -Ty Corbin, 1/11/13.
"Whether you lose by one or by 45 like we did tonight, it's one loss." -Ty Corbin, 1/28/13.
"It's one loss." -Ty Corbin, 4/3/13.
It's disappointing any time you don't make the playoffs." -Ty Corbin, 4/17/13.