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To many cook's in the kitchen..

Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by reignman40, Dec 26, 2012.

  1. reignman40

    reignman40 Active Member

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    We need to make some trades and get a go to guy or two. Corbin doesn't have the talent or experience to make a team like this play together and win like Sloan could. Also, just when we thought someone finally got some balls and pushed someone around they cave and lose at home to a team that shouldn't win in SLC.
     
  2. DutchJazzer

    DutchJazzer Well-Known Member

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    how about we trade jefferson for some fart in a jar.
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    or trade jefferson for some canned dehydrated water
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  3. The Thriller

    The Thriller Well-Known Member

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    Tonight's loss wasn't just a loss.

    It was Mark Jackson and his team basically saying, "Who's your daddy" to all of "Jazz Nation."

    Mark Jackson and his team completely schooled us with that zone defense.

    GS has surpassed us. Just as other WC teams I'm afraid. Porty is another one. Lillard is going to destroy us.
     
  4. Gas

    Gas Well-Known Member

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    I dont see the problem.

    We have the greatest GM ever.
     
  5. Revolution 9

    Revolution 9 Moderator Moderator

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    I can't believe this has happened. There was so much excitement for this season.
    A full camp, a good preseason, talented youth, some interesting vet additions.
    Somehow it all flopped.
     
  6. orangello

    orangello Well-Known Member

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    Maybe the world really did end on 12/21/12, and we are all experiencing hell. I can't think of any other explanation.
     
  7. The Thriller

    The Thriller Well-Known Member

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    The world ended at the beginning of the season when we still had the 4 big logjam.

    I never thought we'd be nearly to 2013 with the Jefferson/Millsap combo still starting while Favors and Kanter get scraps.

    Unbelievable.

    Is there another coach in the league that wouldn't have Favors starting right now? Even the Lakers, with Dwight Howard and Pau Gasol, would have found a way to get Favors into the starting lineup.
     
  8. HeavenHarris

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    i wish i could trade you.
     
  9. DutchJazzer

    DutchJazzer Well-Known Member

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    ok
     
  10. Gyp Rosetti

    Gyp Rosetti Banned

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    What did you think would happen? We acquired one or two too many guys who needed PT, and a head coach who's a disciple of Sloan and who probably can't even spell "basketball." Not sure how anybody could be surprised by the way this season's unfolded.
     
  11. sojodave

    sojodave Well-Known Member

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    I think this is the pain of living in a small market. At the beginning of the season, I thought the front office was waiting to see how this group would compete and if we were doing good, they would wait on doing any trades. We're a .500 ball club with 30 games in, I think it's obvious we are going to be just out of the playoffs. I don't understand why we aren't being more aggressive in dealing our expiring vets.

    The only thing I can think of is that the front office is delusional in thinking the current team can still fill an arena and they are worried you will be able to hear crickets at ESA if they traded away vets and we started losing a lot of games.
     
  12. orangello

    orangello Well-Known Member

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    Are you kidding me? We would see more highlights and fast paced play and in turn, you would still see big crowds making lots of noise.
     
  13. orangello

    orangello Well-Known Member

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    I'm sure we are going to start hearing a lot about all the road games the Jazz have played so far.
     
  14. Crawlnstall

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    I know I'd much rather support an up and coming team than a team filled with vets that plays sub .500 ball. Even if we lose I'd want to support our young players. If we rolled out more minutes for Kanter, Favors, Burks, Hayward I'd be at the ESA fairly often. When I see tons of Millsap, Jefferson, Foye, Marvin and the likes...it just disappoints me...thats all. You can make money by playing young guys
     
  15. NUMBERICA

    NUMBERICA Well-Known Member

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    I'm ****ing clairvoyant.
     
  16. orangello

    orangello Well-Known Member

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    Same. Yesterday I went to go and buy a Jazz shirt at the store but changed my mind. It just doesn't seem worthwhile right now. If things change I'm sure I'll start spending more money.

    As a side note, I've never been a highly emotional guy. This season is the first time ever that I had the thought to throw my remote through my TV. This year that thought has come multiple times. Maybe I'm getting cranky in my old age or maybe this team is infuriating.
     
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  17. friendsinmyhead

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    I don't see what living in a small market has to do with inept coaching and making trades. Generally Portland, San Antonio, Oklahoma City, SLC are considered small markets. They are all better managed teams than the Jazz. This is the pain of being a Jazz fan not a small market thing.
     

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