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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Fishsticks, Jul 9, 2012.
Enough with this! and throw out Hornycek too!!!!!
Yes, Hornacek is a SHOOTING coach and our players have been unable to hit anything outside since he came aboard. Definitely his fault.
You all know you miss these threads.
I love how great of a perimeter shooting team we were going to become simply because Hornacek was on the staff. Jesus, you morans have no idea about sports.
And you morans have no idea about sarcasm.
I want a "Bring Karl Malone" thread. I think you're the one who is in charge of this kind of threads.
I'm the face of sarcasm.
I wasn't referring to you. I simply recall the months leading up to his hiring and then after that. Most everyone thought he would be the answer to our perimeter shooting prayers. It was pathetic.
I hated the Lowe hire from day 1. I'm not hating on Ty, but that was a safe move for his career/job .. Lowe would be a yes man and not rock the boat.
All of you morons need to at least spell morons correctly. That's as bad as me calling someone else fat.
I think Morans is some kind of inside joke around here.
Wait, wait, are people actually trying to judge a coach by a summer league game?
Hey guys, I've got access to land in southern Utah, I think some of you may be veeeery interested.
As to why the team sucked, I recall someone saying on the radio that they were going to try some new offensive schemes, which means that the players didn't have experience with what they were trying to do.
Sidney Lowe has the record of a winner.
Sidney Lowe's career coaching record
Franchise Season W L % Postseason
Minnesota Timberwolves 1992–93 13 40 .245 —
Minnesota Timberwolves 1993–94 20 62 .244 —
Vancouver Grizzlies 1999–00 23 59 .280 —
Memphis Grizzlies 2000–01 23 59 .280 —
Memphis Grizzlies 2001–02 0 8 .000 —
Totals 79 228 .257
Playoffs 0 0 .000
College head coaching record
Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
NC State (Atlantic Coast Conference) (2006–2011)
2006–2007 NC State 20–16 5–11 T–10th NIT Quarterfinals
2007–2008 NC State 15–16 4–12 T–11th —
2008–2009 NC State 16–14 6–10 10th —
2009–2010 NC State 20–16 5–11 T–9th NIT 2nd Round
2010–2011 NC State 15–16 5–11 T–10th –
NC State: 86–78 (.524) 25–55 (.313)
Good ol Wikipedia of course.
3 winning seasons, sweet.
It's been discussed. I expressed my lack of excitement for this 'comfy' hire by Ty the day it was announced. At least a dozen posters defended the hire by saying assistant coaches don't do anything anyway. Wrong. At least it SHOULD be wrong.
Our coaching top to bottom is deplorable.