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Published: Wednesday, Dec. 7 2011 11:12 p.m. MST

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RBN
Salt Lake City, UT

Sander wasn't a point guard. He played small forward.

Doug10
Roosevelt, UT

ouch...why would the Jaz say they are bringing on a big man coach then hire someone who is 6'6"?

I am betting Spud Webb is available to coach the big men as well.

Corbin has been really good at attacting mediocre to poor coaching talent since he was handed the reins.

Jerry was succesful partly because of his assistant Phil Johnson who had won coach of the year. The Jazz need another big time coach who can back up Corbin when things get hard, and with a young team they will get hard.

Right now he has filled the Jazz coaching ranks with yes men and friends, which might work but percentages are against it working.

Bluewombat8
Cedar Hills, UT

Watson is not going to re-sign with the Jazz. I want Earl back but I just don't see it happening.

gdog3finally
West Jordan, Utah

The jazz should resign Watson and Price behind Harris. Both are good back ups and bring a different style. They know the Jazz system and can play back up minutes, each matching up against different opponents.

Earl is steady and gets people involved. he plays sound defense and is a tough veteran leader.

Ronnie is a high energy competitor that can pick the team up when they are lagging (sluggish nights and back half of back to back sets).

VeraLouise
Sandy, UT

Am I gullible or what??!!?? I thought Earl Watson said he wanted to stay with the Jazz. I believed him!! Stupid me....

Go Jazzboys with whoever sticks around!

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