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Utah Jazz: 5 questions with Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin

Published: Sunday, Oct. 27 2013 4:16 p.m. MDT

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A: “The way the guys (were) paying attention to what we’re trying to change, especially on the defensive end. The communication has to get better. The rotations have to be quicker. Our hands have to be more active. The guys have to be more individually better and (work) more as a cohesive team, so that we can make stops (and get) three, four, five stops in a row. As our offense tries to catch up to where our defense is, we have to be able to contain and stop guys from scoring on us.”
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Little Andy
Tremonton, UT

Problem is now with Tinsley on board Burke will be lucky to see the light of day when he comes back.Start Jefferson instead of Hayward and Burks same story. I have never agreed with tanking but it sure looks like it to me as long as the vets still have priority..If Jazz cannot agree to terms with Hayward trade him to Kings for Mclamore and Fredette and unprotected first rounder for 2014..Kings would do anything to rid themselves of Fredette and they would have to give up something good to land Hayward. Pull the trigger.

shaybo
Richfield, UT

The question is will Corbin give Gobert plenty of meaningful game experience or will he waste his rookie season playing Biedrens. It's already obvious that Clark will have no chance to prove himself while Tinsley and Lucas neither of which figure into the Jazz long range plans take up all the minutes.

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