Utah Jazz fall to short-handed Pistons in Detroit


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  • jcrotty25 Meridian, ID
    Feb. 28, 2011 12:17 p.m.

    LOL teams are not knocking down any doors to get cj even at 4 million per year you are dreaming cj from texas..I dont think that the jazz front office sees cj in their future plans..(one team tried to sign him when he was a FA i believe it was the new orleans hornets and that was the only one) .. atleast not if they want to win and form the looks of things they are finally getting down to winning business with the beautifully exicuted trade of deron williams.. we are finally taking forward moving steps

  • Al Bundy murray, ut
    Feb. 28, 2011 12:15 p.m.

    I think Corbin should play the younger guys! If we miss the play-offs so what? The trade was to build for the future! Not like the Jazz are going to do anything this year! Start by getting the young guys and the new guys gelling and see what they can do and fill-in from there!

  • jcrotty25 Meridian, ID
    Feb. 28, 2011 11:57 a.m.

    @cj obviously you are bias .. i dont know if you are related to cj or what .. but we never should have drafted him in the first place.. he is not a dynamic player at all .. all he is good for is instant offense off the bench when he is hitting his jump shot.. just a spark.... plug and if he isnt hitting jumpers .. then bench him .. I could care less about raja bell as well he is just as worthless bc he might play slightly better defense but is somehow more streaky and even worse offensivly ..Jazz should pick up Derrick brown who was just released by the bobcats that would be a huuuge upgrade over both those players and would continue our youth/rebuilding movement.. its sad when a FA is better then two guys you are paying millions of dollars .. lets finish this house cleaning raja was a mistake and a mistake will lead to faliure if you fail to correct it .. get rid of raja.. and get rid of cj .. cj is not a winner after 5 years and all he can do is jack up shots..

  • browser Orem, UT
    Feb. 28, 2011 7:04 a.m.

    There has never been a statue erected to a critic. Cut the criticism and exercise some approval. The team has had a big change in their roster and coach and need to be able to rebound from it. Give them time. They have the players and just need to jell.

  • gazelle Murray, UT
    Feb. 28, 2011 12:43 a.m.

    Things seem more balanced now. CJ is going to shoot himself out of the rotation.

    Nobody is asking him not to shoot the basketball, but how about half those attempts he tries go for something inside?

    Or here is a novel concept, he could consider cutting down his shots by maybe 4 or 5 attempts a ball game and actually consider passing the ball to one of his teammates.

    And as far as playing defense goes ? I mean that is a given. But I think CJ has proven that everything for him flows off his offensive game. I am not saying that is a bad thing I just don't think that fits the Jazz system. I bet his minutes go way down before the end of the season.

  • Not So Fast Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 11:03 p.m.

    Where is the other Jazz story, besides the game story we usually get and where is the notebook we see after each game?

  • Anonigma Murray, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 8:15 p.m.

    Well despite this CJ stuff, the Jazz played an awesome first quarter I thought....the offense was spot on.

    Devin Harris also got D-Will like stats (17 and 12) with fewer minutes and only 2 turnovers which is great. Favors is a great new addition because of his rebounding and defense.

    Look for Jeremy Evans to start playing the 3. He can definately shoot well enough (look at Locked's shootaround vids) and create a lot of mismatch problems for other 3's. He's sort of like a Durant.

  • pate123 willard, ut
    Feb. 27, 2011 6:12 p.m.

    CJ.Miles; He will not be with the Jazz next year. The guy is a look for his own shot first- pass to a teammate second! Further more, he isn't anywhere close to being consistent enough to even stay in the league; two's of his so called caliber are really a dime a dozen in this league. You better start educated him on some other points of his game he can hone, because after six years in the league his inconsistent play will be his dimise I guarantee you!

  • Dick of the NW Bainbridge Island, Washington
    Feb. 27, 2011 5:03 p.m.

    Hey let's give this "new" Jazz team a chance before you fall on your spear. It will take some time. During this next week the Jazz will have some time to practice and review their problems and what Ty expects from them. Yes we would like them to win every game but let's hang in there and see what happens. Since Jan.17 the Jazz are 15L 5 W. Let's give them some time before we jump off the wagon. Go Jazz. How would you like to be cheering for the Nets?

  • Captain L Provo, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 4:59 p.m.

    It is hard to defend CJ, when he shoots so poorly and his body language/hustle doesn't look that good, but he still brings some things to the game/team that the Jazz need. When he is on he is very good and the Jazz usually win. Getting him to play hard and become consistent is a problem though. Some days when he has not hustled and has shot terrible I say it's time to trade him, other days I see how much of a positive impact he can have and I want to be patient and hope for the best. I don't really know what to think or suggest. I know that KOC considers him one of his core players but that could change if Corbin can't get CJ to play with intensity. He's still young, so I hope for the Jazz sake the light turns on and he starts playing tougher and with intensity.

  • CJ Miles Dallas, TX
    Feb. 27, 2011 4:37 p.m.

    Vince.....Teams are knocking down the door to try and get CJ. But the Jazz are smart enough to know that CJ is worth 3 times what they are paying him. Bargain of the NBA.

    CJ would be the easiest trade on the Jazz team. They could have sent him to NJ with Dwill but the Jazz are smarter than that.

    It's AK they can't get rid of due to his salary. CJ will be re-signed again when his contract is up for more money.

    He was playing well when Corbin was giving him his 40 minutes. Averaged 20 points during that period. Going strong to the basket, then Jerry Jr. decides to cut his minutes and give them to All World Bell and showcase AK for a trade.

  • louisiana jazz man Dubach, LA
    Feb. 27, 2011 4:07 p.m.

    cj has had enough time he is what he is one good game 8 bad ones. and when cj is hitting three'e they win when he ain't they lose. by the record not been hitting much.

  • Vince the boonies, mexico
    Feb. 27, 2011 4:02 p.m.

    How irritating can 1 poster be? C.J., C.J., C.J. is all we hear! Well let me explain something to you Mr. C.J., it takes some smarts and energy to play this game besides just talent and believe me your boy has none of the first two. This "now" generation as I have called everyone from 15 to 35 for years is also a "instant gratification generation", and apparently you fall into that classification too. If your boy was such a talent other teams would be beating down the Jazz management doors to get him, but I do not see that happening. I believe you had better be thankful that he is even on any team, after leaving high school and not playing college for a few years to learn the game. Who's decision was it to go early yours?

  • CJ Miles Dallas, TX
    Feb. 27, 2011 3:52 p.m.

    Early in the fourth quarter when CJ was on the floor, the Jazz went up by 7 with CJ scoring at will. Then a few minutes later, Corbin mysteriously takes him out of the game and the Jazz fall apart. Never regain the lead.

  • CJ Miles Dallas, TX
    Feb. 27, 2011 3:27 p.m.

    Let's see.....CJ shot one three and made it. If I do the math, that is 100%.

    He didn't get the minutes and the Pistons lit it up from outside. At least CJ closes out on the shooters unlike others on the team.

    This game was lost because Corbin didn't play CJ. Plain and simple. He was shooting 50% when Corbin stopped playing him. Bell is horrible.

  • Kyle loves BYU/Jazz Provo, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 2:27 p.m.

    I love the way Favors looks for somebody to box out when a shot goes up instead of just watching the ball. Its great to have a player like him in the mix when we have two pretty good offensive players in Millsap and Jefferson but we need help down low on defense.

    More than anything this Jazz team needs a dependable shooter. Bell's shot was on last night but we need to get a quality shooter for next year either in the draft or using some of the money freed up by AK's albatross contract.

    Depending on Okur to be the best outside shooter was never a good idea. Centers aren't supposed to be your best shooter for a reason! I'm not saying I don't like Okur but your shooting guard and small forward need to be better shooters than your center.

  • Sokol Las Vegas, NM
    Feb. 27, 2011 2:18 p.m.

    This is only the second game with this new group. I think Fesenko is done, and in the dog house permanently. I thought price did not do much. Monroe got way too many rebounds.
    Corbin took Jefferson out when he was hot, and so were Kirilenko,(Mr Phantom Injury), and the Jazz lost momentum. I think Sloan and Corbin do not understand when something is working you do not substitute by the clock...
    I have little hope that the Jazz make the playoffs....Now the question is will they finish with a winning record, that looks to be in jeopardy too.

  • Jazz-Nation Lehi, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 2:15 p.m.

    Can't defend the three or rebound, good luck against the Celtics Monday night.

  • gazelle Murray, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 2:05 p.m.

    I agree, everyone take a deep breath and relax. It is obvious they are playing better. Second guessing every move is just plain dumb. Give this team some time they are going to be good.

  • rvalens2 Burley, ID
    Feb. 27, 2011 12:13 p.m.

    A lot of negative comments on the board today, while I am disappointed in the loss I'm a lot more optimistic about the Jazz than I have been in several months. They may miss the playoffs this year but in my opinion they have taken a step in the right direction by acquiring Favors and Harris.

    The Jazz now have draft picks and players they can trade for the pieces they need to make them dangerous next year. They are transitioning from a slow, lumbering, half-court team to a longer, leaner, quicker one. Given the right trade, no one on the team is untouchable. While it's still too early to tell who it will be, I expect two and maybe three players to be gone from the Jazz next season.

    Who's the likeliest to be gone.

    Okur - Trade bait, expiring contract.
    Price - Still no outside shot.
    Fesenko - Big presence but slow and lumbering.
    Kirilenko - Prokhorov (New Jersey) wants to acquire him badly.

    CJ Miles also has a target on his back. His inconsistency at the three point line makes him expendable.

  • SnipeHookyoFace Farmington, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 12:11 p.m.

    Wow! Instant gratification Jazz fans! You guys are ruthless, the jazz played a back to back game and didn't play awesome but the team recorded 37 assists. There is a lot more good going on than bad. Jefferson needs to work on the pick n roll d and the guys just need to mesh a little. The best thing for the jazz would be to miss the playoffs and get 2 first round picks. This team will be scary good in about a year. Especially if we can get our Center healthy and bring in a dynamic Shooting Guard.

  • eagle Provo, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 11:42 a.m.

    By the time April rolls around the Jazz will be out of the playoff picture. Good news is that the Lottery awaits and just maybe, we can all see Jimmer in a Jazz uniform...

  • blauch Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 11:34 a.m.

    Jefferson, Millsap and Kirilenko Made 28 from 40 from the field shooting 70% from the field They also had 27 rebounds 14 assists and 6 blocks. This team has zero 3 point shooting. When AK leads the team in 3pt field percentage. you know your team is not a good shooting team.

    We lost that game because they made 3 point shot after 3 point shot.

    Anyway the Jazz need to play Hayward and Favors. There is ZERO reason Elson and price should be getting any minutes on this team. We are rebuilding.

  • bballjunkie Cedar Hills, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 11:15 a.m.


    Look at the stats they speak for themselves. Break game film down when watching the game and watch his defense, but when you do it take off the I love CJ Miles glasses and you will see for yourself. It's not even funny the guy plays no "D" and the guy he plays against usually is the one who goes off on the other team. Thanks for your comment.

  • louisiana jazz man Dubach, LA
    Feb. 27, 2011 10:51 a.m.

    for the rest of this year i would like to see al at the 5 favors at the 4 millsap at the 3 gordon at the 2 if gordon cain't shoot the three next year get rid of him and get a shooting guard like they have neede for how many years now? ak cain't shoot the 3 either if they can sign him for 8 9 mil he can back up 3 and 4. don't know if millsap can play the 3 but he needs the rest of the year to find out. if kirlinko is gone he or opey will have to. caint see millsap coming off the bench behind favors won't be happy. favors won't be happy long coming off the bench. only solution millsap at the 3 or they will have to trade him. the way g mill is going would't surprise me if they traded him. don't think the results would be very good for the jazz

  • Captain L Provo, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 10:08 a.m.

    Defense and rebounding, Monroe killed us on the offensive boards. Bynum drove and dished like it was a pickup game.
    When Corbin first took over I liked his rotations and substitutions but the last 3 games have been terrible. Those first few games he uses Hayward and Evans more, he brought Fes off the bench instead of Elson and CJ played alot of minutes and put up pretty good numbers. We don't have someone as a go to guy in crunch time, Harris can handle the ball and create but he's not that good of a finisher (not a good outside shooter). Even though CJ has been shooting very poor, he at least gives us someone who can create for himself and others, Bell can't create, AK may end up being the players uses to assist Harris in creating opportunites in the crunch time settings. If they would play Harward more he could end up being someone they could use, he's actually pretty good creating and passing. We need more than one guy(Harris)on the floor at the same time.

  • The Final Word Alpine, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 9:59 a.m.

    CJ has been a big disappointment. I really thought he was going to break out and finally become a consistent player. Guess not. He is like the obama economic recovery....more down than up.

    Favors plays better pick n roll defense and shows better box out fundamentals than Jef£ferson or millsap.

    Millsap is crafty offensively but at the end of the day he is too short and can't stop opposing bits from scoring over him. The combination of he and jefferson is a fundamental flaw and the sole reason our rebounding is down since Booz left. We need a bigger defensive front line so we can stop being an nba doormat.

    Look at our stats offensively last night and we clearly should have blown out Detroit but jefferson and millsap have no pick n roll D or won't box out to control defensive glass.

    Game. Set. Match.

  • Jazz Source Alpine, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 9:36 a.m.

    Both Jefferson and Millsap are absolutely horrific on the defensive boards. I thought Millsap was this awesome savvy rebounder? Detroit rebounded the offensive boards like our front line was nonexistent.

    Let's not forget both of their awful pick and roll defense either. The 19 year old Favors pick and roll defense makes millsap and jefferson look like the rookies!

    Boozer was a pathetic defender but at least he could dominate the defensive rebounds and not give 3-4 chances for opp to score!

    We have lost all season because our front line is a joke. Favors is weak offensively but at least he can defend. Bench millsap or jefferson but one of them has to go!

  • The Great Houdini Rye, CO
    Feb. 27, 2011 9:19 a.m.

    Miles,we finally agree on something,best for cj to and go NOW.The problem is,who would want a lazy,out of shape gloryhog,who can`t rebound,dish or play defense? Maybe the Clippers,or go to Turkey,anywhere just get him out of SLC,hey maybe he can go over with his bro D-will in Jersey?

  • nothegame Saratoga Springs, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 9:11 a.m.

    That was real bad. I was hoping for a 2 game winning streak. Jazz d was so soft. I do like Favors though. They can not run pick and roll with big Al way way to slow.

  • Kakashi Tokyo, Japan
    Feb. 27, 2011 8:59 a.m.


    i agree with you...if CJ played well...he would have played more...

    @CJ Miles

    you should know the concept of the trade deadline...its already over...CJ will get his minutes if he deserves it...if he keeps on throwing clunkers...wanting to reach his quota of 10 pts by jacking of threes...will be useless...and he'll get benched...but i will agree on one thing...favors deserves the minutes...since we are almost out of the playoff picture...why not start Al Jeff and Favors at the same time...we get height...plus interior D...and we could develop favors...hope we get draft day trades and get two lottery picks...that would be the core of the team

  • B Russ Ephraim, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 8:09 a.m.

    Favors is the only one who tries to box people out for the rebounds. Jeffersons rebounds come from his height alone he never boxes out. The Jazz coaches do not teach or demand boxing out. This is a big flaw with the Jazz coaching phylosophy. Jerry always thought you should just hustle up the rebounds, he never preached or taught boxing out. I think we definantly need a big man coach. One who is aware of the simple fundamental of boxing the other team off of the boards.

    The defensive effort last night was pretty much non existant except for a couple of short spurts in the 4th quarter. Amazing after playing the best defense of the year the night before. Defense is alot about positioning, just like rebounding. Last night we only seemed to care about scoring points.

  • The Great Houdini Rye, CO
    Feb. 27, 2011 7:54 a.m.

    miles 11 minutes...wonder why ? Corbin is on to him.Lazy ballhog,looking to shoot,no defense.Usually has as many turnovers as assists and rebounds. No bench last night other than Favors.Elson,miles,Price could go and would not be missed.Our starters played hard but as Bell mentioned we were playing a wounded dangerous team,Go Jazz Go Corbin,he`ll turn it around

  • forgetyourself Layton, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 3:34 a.m.

    @bballjunkie you are wrong about cj he does play defense this year. Bell continues to be the sore spot along with Jazz boxing out. I think we would do better with Price starting. He may not shot great but he stops every one else. Corbin can't make changes over night. I am seeing some small changes. I hope that Jazz fan's have some patience and understanding that Jerry is HOF coach. It is not a bad Idea to slowly fix things.

  • Johnson72 Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 2:25 a.m.

    It's just grrreatt isn't it.. Let's go Boston Monday night.

  • JFFR Salt Lake City, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 1:44 a.m.

    The Jazz most certainly did not win 3 1/2 quarters of this game. It was an awful game to watch. I can't believe how many offensive rebounds were given up. Millsap is a stud on offense, but I miss the days when he'd go diving on the ground and get loose balls on defense.

    Ronnie Price played a heck of a game. It sure would be nice if he could make a jump shot. Same with AK. It's gotta be tough for Watson and Harris to have wings that can't shoot. It sure is tough for me to watch!

  • Mount Olympus Holladay, UT
    Feb. 27, 2011 12:34 a.m.

    CJ miles is THE problem. Look at his numbers for February. 35% FG, and 27% 3-pointers this month.

    He didn't even play as bad as he has been playing, but he still had the worst +/- on the team against Detroit.

    I hope the Jazz don't exercise their team option on Miles for next year. He is absolutely horrible. Can't shoot, can't defend, what can he do besides turn the ball over and brick 3's?

  • bballjunkie Cedar Hills, UT
    Feb. 26, 2011 11:55 p.m.

    CJ is the worst player on the Jazz maybe next to ?? He has one out of every 10 games shooting the ball and never plays defense.

  • Anonigma Murray, UT
    Feb. 26, 2011 11:47 p.m.

    Ok, to clarify my comment. The Jazz didn't lose because CJ only played 11 mins. They lost (partly) because he played an unproductive 11 mins.
    If he played productive, he'd have been in longer and they would've won.

    They also lost because AJ apparently couldn't box out Monroe and the guards couldn't box out their men.

    AJ had a good offensive game though and he's been dynamite at it the past month.
    AK had a great game too.

  • DaveKnowsWhatsUp Bloomington, IN
    Feb. 26, 2011 11:41 p.m.

    Dear DesNews staff:

    you should save the headline from this article and save if for future use, just insert the proper the team. You're gonna need it a lot over the next few months.

    Sad day for the rest of us :(

  • amgolfer Provo, UT
    Feb. 26, 2011 11:23 p.m.

    Captain L and CJ I agree with you. Do not blame this lose on CJ. He didn't have a great game but only played what 10 minutes? Come on. AJ was terrible and looked slow. They didn't do the little things tonight and got severely burned. Bynum and Stuckey had their way all night penetrating and dishing. We did not rotate well and looked like the Jazz of old guarding the 3 point line. Watson and Price look uncomfortable bringing the ball up the floor; scary. Price and Elson are worthless and AJ needs to show he can show up "every" night. Maybe one day he will learn you can't live and die with his push hook and fade aways. Should have used Fes more tonight...I think this was a big mistake. Mix it up Corbin as your substitutions were not good tonight. I can't believe we give up 120 point to the lowly Pistons (they have ballers) and people are calling out CJ..hmmmm, not good. Harris was crossed up many times, did anyone notice? He had a good game, needs to keep his guy in front of him. Go Jazz...next, Boston.

  • Captain L Provo, UT
    Feb. 26, 2011 10:54 p.m.

    I'm not happy with the way Corbin has been playing players the last 2 or 3 games. Price shouldn't have even been playing, Hayward needs time.
    Not sure what Corbin is trying to do, but he is coaching just like Sloan, with a bias for the older vet. players. That needs to change.

  • CJ Miles Dallas, TX
    Feb. 26, 2011 10:38 p.m.

    The Jazz give up 120 points and CJ plays 11 minutes and you want to complain about his defense? Take the blinders off. Bell was lit up all night long. AJ might as well stay on the offensive side of the court and have the others play 4 on 5 defensively.

    Corbin wake up! You are not Jerry!

    All I can hope for is a trade for CJ and Corbin to head to the farm to help Jerry.

  • Fuzzbrain Pleasant Grove, UT
    Feb. 26, 2011 10:27 p.m.

    The Jazz also missed 11 or 12 free throws, that could have been the difference. The game was in their hands--they just need a couple more guys to step it up & win. They also need to focus on boxing out & rebounding or they're just going to get shredded by the top teams.

  • deno22 Rexburg, ID
    Feb. 26, 2011 10:18 p.m.

    I am surprised Favors didn't get more time, he played really well tonight and I actually saw him box out his guy. The Pistons came out not shooting well but Utah let them get so many offensive rebounds and easy put backs that kept the game close and their confidence grew from there. You box out at the beginning of the game and I think they win this game, AJ needs to do a better job or get pulled. Corbin should tell him if you give up a single offensive board I am pulling you from the game, maybe then he will box out.

  • Anonigma Murray, UT
    Feb. 26, 2011 10:10 p.m.

    I think this is one of those losses that could happen to anyone. You go into the game saying that they only have 7 players and no stars, but out come Greg Monroe and Bynum to surprise you. It's just a state of mind...and Detroit played with a lot of passion.

    That being said, CJ really played awful. I hated seeing him out there tonight. You can see how far the team fell defensively when he entered...not a good night for him and hopefully he works through it.

    I like the guy and I think he can be stellar if he grew up some more and if he can quit being lazy and just condition.

  • SnipeHookyoFace Farmington, UT
    Feb. 26, 2011 10:09 p.m.

    Tough loss but appreciated the effort. Jefferson needs to do a better job stepping in front of the pick n roll. Millsap had to leave his guy to help cuz Jefferson was too slow, which led to Daye shooting lights out. This team next year will be very good, especially if they play their cards right with the lottery pick and AKs contract. I hope he'll stick around for about 5-6 mil. All the jazz are missing is a solid SG and a Center.

    Cut your losses with Miles, Fes, and Elson and use that space to get a Jason Richardson type player.

    Bell played well tonight, miles would of gotten torn up defensively.

  • toddfromsantaana Santa Ana, CA
    Feb. 26, 2011 9:27 p.m.

    CJ you are obsessed with your man. Maybe in his first stint he did so little and had no confidence that is why he only got 11 minutes.

    Favors should have been given more time and yes...Fesenko

    This to me is the worst loss of the year coming against a Detroit team in the news for all the wrong reasons.

    Shoot 60 percent there is a problem. The problem is philosophy, Now it appears I am stuck another 20 years with more Jerry like biases in Sloan Version II.

    The same lose the game because you cannot and will not defend the 3, pick and roll defense, and also..

    AJ should have come home at halftime on the plane, I do not care if he scores 30, if he gives up the same 30. In particular being horrible tonight at boxing out. Also added to that allowing the opposing front line to play volleyball off the glass, and standing on the balls of his feet doing nothing but watching.

    Others were guilty like Paul not as obvious.

    Nor like Watson and Raja in 1/2 heartedly go off after the 3 point shooter,

    Jazz players do not want rotate

  • Iowa Jazz Fan 2 Cedar Rapids, IA
    Feb. 26, 2011 9:11 p.m.

    How do you let Detroit -- Detroit! -- put up 120 against you after holding a much better Indiana team to 84???!!

  • The Rocker Bountiful, UT
    Feb. 26, 2011 8:51 p.m.

    Milsap continues to work hard despite the losses. Milsap is awesome. We are lucky to have Milsap. I hope the Jazz have a future because Milsap rocks.

  • ouisc Farmington, UT
    Feb. 26, 2011 8:44 p.m.

    Although I'm disappointed to see a loss to the Pistons B team, my appreciation for our revamped team is quickly growing. I'm seeing the intensity and the effort from all of the Jazz players. The defense obviously isn't going to change overnight, but at least we're working hard. And I'm really enjoying seeing Harris and Favors play.

    I still can't get enough of the Hayward dunk against the Pacers..

  • Fresno fan clovis, Ca
    Feb. 26, 2011 8:42 p.m.

    Jazz played ok for 3 1/2 quarters..This game was lost on that 12-0 run...I thought the coaching staff should've brought back the starters a little earlier when we were up by 7....Jazz must rebound better, if we did that tonight we win easily...beat Boston monday, keep fighting boys....

  • CJ Miles Dallas, TX
    Feb. 26, 2011 8:40 p.m.

    Bell plays like 33 minutes and gives up 28 points to Stuckey.....What were you thinking Corbin? CJ 11 minutes? Please Trade CJ as fast as you can Kevin.....Or Fire Jerry Jr.

  • CJ Miles Dallas, TX
    Feb. 26, 2011 8:38 p.m.

    Please fire Jerry Jr...........

    How can you play CJ for only 11 minutes? No wonder the Jazz lost the game.

    How can you only play Favors 15 minutes when he is the best inside defender on the team?

    Horrible use of the bench by Jerry Jr. Corbin is the wrong guy to be coaching this team. Bring in someone who can coach defensive positioning and closeouts.

    The Jazz shoot the lights out and loose the game.