corbin has it mixed up

Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Jazz_junkie, Dec 18, 2012.

  1. Jazz_junkie

    Jazz_junkie Member

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    Kanter looks like the PF. Favors is the C. Or am i just crazy?
     
  2. Nate505

    Nate505 Modstapo Lite Staff Member

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    I agree, though I think positions are overrated in the NBA nowadays. Honestly the C/PF and SG/SF positions are pretty interchangable.
     
  3. Jazz_junkie

    Jazz_junkie Member

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    Very true. But I see favors as a low post scorer ( dunks and such) Kanter seems to have more range and is not as skilled under the basket. I love when they play together though. That's going to be a fierce duo in a few years
     
  4. WhiskyPriest

    WhiskyPriest Well-Known Member

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    I just want them both on the court, at the same time, for an extended period of time. They can call themselves whichever position they prefer. (I think Favors prefers to be called a PF)
     
  5. Brown Notes

    Brown Notes Well-Known Member

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    No way dewd. Fiyah.
     
  6. franklin

    franklin Well-Known Member

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    CoTy just coached the Jazz to a huge victory on the road. I think he knows what he's doing.
     
  7. fishonjazz

    fishonjazz Well-Known Member Contributor

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    Ty corbin did a good job last night.... by finally doing what most of us have been asking for. (playing favors more, and the jefferson millsap combo less).

    Imagine how good we might be if he did some of the other things that we would like him to do!
     
  8. Revolution 9

    Revolution 9 Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    I can only dream. I know he'll eventually come around, and then it will be ""Oh he seasoned them just right" or "He brought them along perfectly".
    sigh
     

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