Ty Corbin vs. Al Jefferson

Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Beantown, Dec 27, 2012.

Who should hit the road more?

  1. Ty Corbin

    8 vote(s)
    61.5%
  2. Al Jefferson

    3 vote(s)
    23.1%
  3. keep both

    2 vote(s)
    15.4%
  1. Beantown

    Beantown Well-Known Member

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    Who do you want gone more?









    *Mods you can merge my other thread "why ty corbin sucks" to this thread.
     
  2. Stifle Tower

    Stifle Tower Punch Bowl Re-Filler

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    Jazz should keep both. Ty was already signed to a long-term deal, so the Jazz have no hope of contending. With Al on board, we at least have something to bitch about. And no matter how bad our day goes, we can at least be thankful we're not paying mega-bucks on season tickets to the dog-and-pony show that has become the Jazz. If Al's gone, who we gonna kick to vent our frustrations? I'm against animal abuse so it can't be the family dog.
     
  3. zman1527

    zman1527 Well-Known Member

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    Where was the best option, keep neither?
     
  4. ONE LOVE

    ONE LOVE PROUD SUPPORTER Staff Member

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    A good coach would choose not to play Al by default.

    So Tyre Carbon should go.
     
  5. HeavenHarris

    HeavenHarris Banned

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    big al problem can be fixed by making him a less important part of the offense. big al is a character guy, he wont complain if u take away some touches. there is no fix for retardedness though, FIRE TyCo!
     
  6. Weezur

    Weezur Well-Known Member

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    This is the chicken and the egg all over again.
     
  7. m3at

    m3at Active Member

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    I would rather see Ty gone. A good coach would limit Al's touches. The guy should get three touches per quarter. That's 12pts if he makes them. The rest of his points should come from put-backs and hustle plays and getting to the line. Sometimes we need that low block scoring threat. It keeps the defense honest in the same way that outside shooters (shooters that can make a shot anyway) do.
     

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