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Published: Sunday, Nov. 4 2012 10:10 p.m. MST

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md
Cache, UT

Hey Coach. How about putting in a different starting 4 or 5? You need to mix experience better with inexperience. We always open games in a hole. How about something new? This team is rapidly becoming unwatchable.

Little Andy
Tremonton, UT

So far somewhat like last season. Bell started no matter what. Everyone and his dog could see he was not playing well at all but still got the call. Kind of like playing four on five..This year if you add up Carroll and Tinsley stats you see the same thing. There is no way Burks could do worse than these two combined..Plus Burks is the best on the team to "make things happen." Let Carroll and Tinsley patrol the end of the bench and let Burks and Evans have the chance..I hope the line up really is "not set yet" and just another Bell bluff..

coleman51
Orem, UT

Maybe the mistake is that the Jazz organization actively sought players during the off-season who are no longer competitive with the rest of the league. The fact that they are not playing their younger, more athletic, more competitive players show that they intend to compound their mistake. It appears that the Jazz are willing to compromise their future so they can double-down on their stupidity.

Sneaky Jimmy
Bay Area, CA

I'd like to see Corbin find guys that can play on a given night. He could have tried burks and Jeremy against NOLA just to see if they could bring some energy. I don't understand why you MUST have an 8 man rotation in the NBA. If your paying guys, use them.

plyxply
SLC, UT

Corbin should never have been given the contract extension, it seems he is struggling once again to play the right players who can play consistently in the league. Oh for the days of Jerry Sloan!!! The best years for the Jazz are way behind us now I'm afraid.

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