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TNT-televised tilt at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday

Published: Monday, April 23 2012 11:49 p.m. MDT

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Lonster
Sandy, UT

Someone remind coach Corbin that you can't control your own destiny since, by definition, that means your future (and whether you win games or not) is predetermined.

Vince
the boonies, mexico

Be smart, play with intensity and effort. Good luck men!

Basketballogy
Orem, UT

It's funny that no one is talking about the biggest reason for the Jazz to be in the playoffs THIS year: Ty Corbin.

Coach Corbin has no experience coaching in the playoffs.

Coaching in the playoffs is so different from the regular season. In the playoffs teams are laser focused on taking out one team, not playing a game then off to the next city to play the next team. In the playoffs, it is all about analysis, adjustments, and preparing the players. That's a different coaching than Ty's done up until this point.

Coach Corbin needs to cut his teeth on playoff coaching THIS season, while he has a chance to learn from one of the best: Greg Popovich. Corbin will get thumped, learn by his mistakes and be better next year when his team is likewise better competing as a higher seed against a team whose coach isn't as good as Popovich.

BTW, about tonight... I'd like to see Corbin play Jefferson at the 4 and Kantor at the 5 for a bit. Kantor deserves the minutes, and Jefferson will be more effective against a smaller defender.

Morgan Duel
Taylorsville, UT

I hope Coach Corbin stays with the same group he has used in the last two weeks. They are playing well let them play out the season regartdless of who is coming back,do not tweak now.

KK
Cedar Hills, UT

Guard the three tonight please!!!! So sick of seeing guys like Channing Frye and Dudley strut down the court because they nailed another wide-open and uncontested trey. It is sickening. Come on Jazz!

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