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Fire Snyder!!!




TheGoldStandard

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I'm not completely against firing Snyder. I think he's become too much of a players' coach offensively just letting guys hero ball too much. Obviously it's a delicate balance of reigning your talent in and letting them free flow, but I think Quin is a bit too much on the latter end (with certain players).

And as I type that ******** I remind myself Utah is far and away the #1 ranked offense this year despite sub-optimal shooting from many players.

I just wish Utah's talent was overall better at passing. Not just selflessness, but actual technical passing accuracy. The Jazz and Warriors are #1/#2 in offense, but the latter is #1 in assisted buckets by a huge margin. Utah is 2nd to last in assisted buckets. I don't love the style of basketball Utah is playing. I find it hard to be a fan of the team aesthetically with the way Mitchell/Clarkson play at their worst.

Just imagine how crazy' Utah's offense would be if they hit Gobert accurately when he flashes open instead of 1-2 seconds late and with a bad pass. We saw glimpses of that vs Memphis. Hell even at one point Jordan Clarkson held the ball for a solid 1.5-2 seconds while Gobert begged for the ball wide open under the rim, he got it to him late, but the D was so bad it didnt even matter. Just imagine what they could do if those passes were automatic instead of constantly delayed. I think Utah's offense could take big advantage of swinging to the corner then hitting Gobert once the ball gets to the corner. Teams are sitting on that corner 3 now and Gobert is usually open when the ball reverses to the corner, but for some reason the pass is never made.
Agree completely. To me, the defense is the bigger issue.
 

Jingled

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2019 Award Winner
I don't think he should be fired but I do think he should receive more blame than he does, especially when we go out in the first or second round of the playoffs again this season.
 

stix737

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Quin is a great coach. He just needs to learn to adjust more in the playoffs.


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Hekate

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I believe in Quin as a coach. I think adjustment narrative got out of hand and is overstated. Jazz has one of the most effective offenses in the league and has been generating tons of open shots for a few seasons. He really knows how to improve and turn role players into plus players. And I think even if it's not with the Jazz, he has the potential to win a ring.

That said, I am not opposed to parting ways with him after this season if the Jazz fan out again. Jazz can re-tool or tank and they will probably need a shake-up that really affects things. There are some good coaches out there.
 

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