Playoff Rotations

Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by fishonjazz, Apr 5, 2019.

  1. ekimebirt

    ekimebirt Well-Known Member

    May 27, 2010
    Rubio 30 Mitchell 12 Neto 6 Naz 0
    Mitchell 24 O’Neil 24 Korver? Allen 0
    Ingles 30 Thabo 18
    Favors 18 Crowder 30 Niang 0
    Gobert 33 Favors 15 Udoh 0Bradley 0

    To me much of the series boils down to health. The first out with injury between Rubio and Paul will decide the series. 12 minutes from Korver could eliminate Neto and lighten Mitchell’s and Ribio’s load The more we see Mitchell at backup point the better our chances. O’Neil and Korver or even Allen forcing PT is huge.
  2. jazzETX

    jazzETX Well-Known Member

    Nov 20, 2018
    royce doesn't get enough shot attempts because he doesn't or can't take them. unless he has an open lane for a dunk/layup or a completely wide open 3, he won't shoot. he's also not really good at creating any offense. he's your basic 3+D guy. grayson can generate his own offense + draw fouls, but I'd be worried about his defense in this series despite his improvement on that end of the ball. royce can also guard more positions than grayson, but he has to be willing to take some contested shots.
  3. elan_prodigy

    elan_prodigy Well-Known Member

    Nov 27, 2016
    Quin needs to shorten it up for this series. 6 guys. DM needs to play 48 a night.

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