Quin has lost his mind

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  1. SoUjazzfan

    SoUjazzfan Well-Known Member

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    To my eyes Allen and Royce we're the only players who didn't look like a deer in the headlights last night.
     

  2. The mailman

    The mailman Well-Known Member

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    Let’s all be clear, Houston is the last team we wanted to see this year. We simply can’t match up with them. I’d like our odds with GS over these Rockets. Any other team in the league for that matter.

    In a year where there is such parity, where GS looks somewhat human, we get the Rockets in the first round.

    I swear it just seems to never work out for us.
     
  3. fishonjazz

    fishonjazz Well-Known Member Contributor 2019 Award Winner 2018 Award Winner

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    I didn't watch the game but I heard niang looked ok too

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  4. Jingled

    Jingled Well-Known Member 2019 Award Winner

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    I thought Rubio and Favors both played good as well. I agree though that everyone else looked like deer in the headlights.
     
  5. jazzETX

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    i live in texas and was at both games with my breakdown as follows: joe is playing so lackadaisically and lazy/uninspired, jae is the most irrationally confident "shooter" i've ever seen, donovan looked frustrated trying to carry the offensive load, rudy is pissed at everyone who misses a defensive assignment and has let it distract him, ricky is trying hard but is absolutely ZERO match for harden not to mention that Houston is completely ignoring him on offense unless he's attempting a shot at he rim, raul has some occasional savvy on the dribble drive but is overall too small/unathletic on both ends of the floor, kyle is clearly injured and shouldn't be played right now, royce is working hard on D and was more aggressive on offense last night than usual with good results, grayson is aggressive/tough as f*ck on both offense and defense and looks like he should be getting raul's and kyle's minutes, georges has been aggressive looking for his shot as well and has played really good defense (he was moving his feet and staying in front of guards really well a couple times); he should be getting some of jae's minutes as well.
     
  6. homeytennis

    homeytennis Well-Known Member

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    Good analysis. It's almost like they need to activate Naz and Cavanaugh and start them and Grayson with Spidy and Rudy. At least that group would try.
     
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  7. Bulletproof

    Bulletproof All-Jazzfanz First Team! Contributor 2018 Award Winner

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    Yeah, should have traded Hayward last year...

    I mean, we would have had to get him back from Boston and magically heal his broken leg or ankle or whatever it was poking out of him.

    But yeah, we should have traded him last year...
     
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  8. Mission Accomplished

    Mission Accomplished Well-Known Member

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    Year before but you all were busy drooling all over him.

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  9. Mission Accomplished

    Mission Accomplished Well-Known Member

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    Anyway Quin chose not to play Favors end of game three we lost out on some vital defensive rebounds. He coach better this game. I like Niang come in to mix stuff up. Too many threes to end the third amd start the fourth Jazz let the Rockets off the hook tonight.

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  10. themanknownassting

    themanknownassting Well-Known Member

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    Favs has played the best this series in my opinion.
     
  11. carolinajazz

    carolinajazz Well-Known Member

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    We need more than just one more shooter. The winning teams that can contend have multiple excellent shooters all over the place. We need SHOOTERS! Plural! Teams that want to contend are stacking the deck with the most accurate long range shooters they can find!
    We have a very good nucleus of everything else....but when we have wide open shots and we miss them on a regular basis we will never move up in the standings or playoff race! You have to have at least THREE dead eye dicks in your starting lineup and a bunch of other more than average shooters coming off the bench. There are only two teams that have than right now, Houston and GS. The other teams are short on shooters and won't be able to contend with Houston or GS for the title!

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  12. jazzfan1132

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    THE PROBLEM is that i have seen zero adjustment to HOUSTON. we lost two games practicing stoping James by locking his left side. QUIN has pleased opposite players saying that CP3 is better COUCH than him.
    This team is over and changes are coming this off season start with Rubio.
     
  13. firegirl

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    Looks like Quin is a goddamn genius.
     
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  14. Jingled

    Jingled Well-Known Member 2019 Award Winner

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    I didn't agree with everything Quin did this series but for the most part I thought he did a hell of a job coaching. If we just could've gotten more shots to fall this would've been a very competitive series.
     
  15. Mission Accomplished

    Mission Accomplished Well-Known Member

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    We won a game.

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  16. yamers

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    Main thing i dont agree with is quin didnt go to favors at the end.

    Think snyder is an awesome coach. There was a stat that said we missed the most open 3s in the playoffs than any other team. You want to blame snyder for everyone bricking everything? I mean the ball didnt go in.

    Ingles looked absolutely exhausted. He looked like he was rdy to gtfo out of the series and relax, cant blame em after everything his fam has been through. The end of the season grind took a lot out of him.

    A young korver that could defend could hve changed this series, but korver got so exposed on defense the first two games he virtually became unplayable. The fact that we have had such an amazing record despite many anylsts having us as rebuilding for the next 5 years after haywoods departure should tell you a lot about this coachint staff.
     
  17. yamers

    yamers Well-Known Member

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    Ps we had 13 more FG attempts than the rockets, we shot like turd. Period.
     
  18. Wes Mantooth

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    Yep, Gobert was -15. Actually all our starters were -11 or worse. Except Rubio who was +2.
     
  19. Stoked

    Stoked Well-Known Member Contributor 2018 Award Winner

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    He’s been gone for a year and you still can’t move on lmfao

    Your idea was **** then and it’s **** now. He was a legit all star and helped us win a 1st round series. You’ve been wrong about Hayward all along.

    But for your own mentally sanity, move on lol
     
  20. ghsartin

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    Not only insane, fishonjazz, but untrue also. The actual numbers are: 12,411 field goal ATTEMPTS; 5,499 field goals MADE; 6,536 free throw ATTEMPTS.
     

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