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@minutemandan Yeah, you're right, they shed a little money there. Maybe it works. I'd do it if we could get a pick, even though I don't really know about Collison. Worth giving him a shot I guess.
2 years ago on Mile High Millsap
Nice article. It's always fun to talk trades.
Help me out here: Why would Dallas make that trade and give up a 1st rounder on top of it? They're getting fleeced there already. I don't see it.
@nallad47 @JazzInJersey 11-12: .496 FG% / .667 FT% / .496 eFG% / .539 TS%12-13: .545 FG% / .714 FT% / .545 eFG% / .580 TS%
2 years ago on Is Tyrone Corbin As Bad A Coach As Jazz Fans Think He Is?
@JazzInJersey @nallad47 Kanter 11-12 per-36: 12.5 pts / 11.5 rebKanter 12-13 per-36: 15.6 pts / 10.1 reb.Also, DDs are way overrated.
@Green Bean Casserole So. Much. This. Why is "playing the young guys" always linked with losing? This team can win (and it can be argued that has a better chance to win) with Hayward, Favors, Kanter and Burks. If Hayward and Favors roles didn't expand late last season, there would be no playoffs. Hayward was on beast mode on the "playoff push". 82games.com numbers say they're helping us win games A LOT more than they're generally given credit for. Those guys don't always play against bench players too. Anyone playing close attention to games can see it.
Nice post. Andrei is probably my favorite Jazz since John and Karl, up there with Memo. Man, those tweets are just sad...
2 years ago on Dear Andrei
@Clintonite33 Yeah, OK, I agree with that. But we didn't need to play him almost 30 mpg. It's the same thing that happens with Foye. Raja was hurting the more than the spacing and the hit 3's could make up for and he was shooting a good percentage but wasn't shooting often enough to be a real threat. Our team improved a lot when he and Howard got injured. We played Raja too much, and I think we play Foye too much.
2 years, 1 month ago on Coach Corbin And The Future Of The Utah Jazz
@CanadianBraeden Yeah, the Lakers made lots and lots of mistakes. Signing D'Antoni makes no sense.
@CanadianBraeden I think Stan Van Gundy would be a really good fit.
You're saying that fans shouldn't care about numbers and stuff and we shouldn't question anything. Just support the coach, whatever he does. Well, I'm sorry, I can't agree with that.
The way I feel, particularly, it's not about favorite players. It's about the best chance to win. There's no way Josh Howard and Raja Bell gave the last year's team a better chance to win than Hayward, Burks and DMC. No mather if you're looking at numbers or going just by the eye-test, you'd come to that conclusion. Same stuff with Favors. He has such a great impact on the game, he should be playing way more than 22 mpg. Foye is a liability on defense, I think we all realize that pretty much all he does is shoot 3's. As such a one-dimension player he shouldn't be playing the 26.5 mpg he's been playing recently. It hurts the team on defense more than he can make up with 3's or spacing. Just some thoughts on Ty's decisions that I don't agree with. I don't think it's unhealthy or hurts the Jazz to think about that kind of stuff. Every fanbase does that.
I just think there's nothing wrong about analyzing the choices the coach makes and that we shouldn't just trust him blindly.
Also, "You say stuff that I don't agree with so you're all whiny". That's classy.