CoTy^99; Trade Jeffy! No Starters; Start Burks

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  1. franklin

    franklin Well-Known Member

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    Obviously.



    Corbin has to go.

    nO excuses for Corbin keeping this game close against the 18-4 Spurs.




    Oops, 18-5. FIRE^999
     
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  2. Brown Notes

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    PnR D was way better down the stretch, Spurs weren't getting easy shots. D won this game.

    Apparently Corbs did call that iso for Mo late though according to Big T.
     
  3. Weezur

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    Real surprised Corbin went with Mo and not Milsap with that last shot. Whatevs. If we'd have lost, everyone would be calling for Corbs head
     
  4. Brown Notes

    Brown Notes Well-Known Member

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    Conservative call. He knew Mo wouldn't get trapped and would be allowed to take the shot. Worst case OT.
     
  5. franklin

    franklin Well-Known Member

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  6. Gas

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    I think everyone who has been calling for Ty's head and calling for the young guys to start are starting to see that maybe coach knows what he is doing. The truth is we would be a mess if we benched Al, Sap, and someone else to start Favors, Kanter and Burks. They just arent ready.
     
  7. franklin

    franklin Well-Known Member

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    I will now edit this post. #Memo07!
     
  8. HeavenHarris

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    troll level 2000
     
  9. Gas

    Gas Well-Known Member

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    Count me in as an official supporter of Corbin and the vets. Im guilty of ranting on them too(not as bad as others), but now I can see the light, a method to the madness if you will. Its starting to all come together. I think it was just crazy to expect this team to be really good right off the bat. It takes work and reps to get it right.
     
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  10. franklin

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  11. franklin

    franklin Well-Known Member

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    Boss level 6416 X 99! I am Up Down Up Down Left Right Left Right.



    Jazz won; lick the monkey

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  12. NAOS

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    You just gave away one of your alts.
     
  13. 8

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    I still despise Al's play. Can't wait for next year.

    Although I think he is getting much better on offense without the ball. He's, of course, a huge liability on defense, but he's becoming less of a liability offensively. Obviously he's a fine offensive player, but he is seemingly becoming better at offense without the ball in his hands on the block (which is the only way he has really known offense to be). He's still not good without the ball, but he has gotten a lot better just this year alone it seems. In his defense however he has not really played a long period of time in an offense where he hasn't been the focal point 24/7 so he's not used to it and would not be expected to be much good in such a role anyhow.

    That being said, I still cannot wait for the Jefferson-less Jazz (if it happens I guess)
     
  14. CAKAR

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    Its not the case to bench players like Millsap or Big-AL and IAM the biggest AL Fan on this page. We have 2 very very talented Bigs and this kids deserve to play, both are 3rd Round overall Picks and true BIG-MAN are a rarity in todays NBA. The Rockets signed Asik who was never playing as a starter in the NBA for 8 Million a year.

    You doesn´t have to bench BIG-AL or Mr. Millsap but you have to give more minutes to the young guns. We would be much more dominant as a team, If Corbin would spit the minutes on a better way. You can give Al and Sap 25 minutes a game and to Kanter and Favors 23 minutes per game, no team in this league could resist against this Rotation. Big-AL is a very good player, but he´s to fat, on every game we see that this guy is out of condition. Favors and Kanter could tire down the oppenents front court and AL and Millsap could score how they want after that demolition.

    Favors is already an defensiv force and Kanter is the most dominant Big-Man on this Team and already one of the strongest inthe league. This guy is big and he will become even bigger.
     
  15. fishonjazz

    fishonjazz Well-Known Member Contributor

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    He is what he is... he just cant help it.
     
  16. Revolution 9

    Revolution 9 Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    Great win but this changes nothing in the big picture.

    Some people are living and dying game to game. I've always looked at the big picture.
    Our team is good, but has a few serious flaws that will prevent it maxing out it's potential.
     
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  17. Stoked

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    Going with Mo also has the chance of placeing a 90% FT shooter on the line.
     
  18. Stoked

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    I'm digging the tripletts Frank. You got their phone number?
     
  19. DutchJazzer

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    even though the jaz zown still need to rag on jefferson/jazz.

    the first qtr the first 14 shots where jeffy ball and jazz where down 9.
    jefefrson took 7 of the first1 4 shots.

    good thing corbin/jazz/jefferson got their head out of their ass and abandoned jeffy black hole ball.

    the next 70 shots jeffy took 11.

    jeffy blackholism equals loss
     
  20. zman1527

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    I suspect that was his "energy" game for the next month or so: two fast breaks and drawing a charge? He must be exhausted. LOL.

    That said, he and the team seem to be getting the knack of playing less black hole b-ball and getting better for it. Now if we could get more minutes for Hayward, Favors, and Kanter we would be in good shape.
     

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