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Published: Wednesday, May 2 2012 7:31 p.m. MDT

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Brave Sir Robin
San Diego, CA

The humiliating part is that there were Jazz fans who actually thought they had a chance in this series.

bano
SANDY, UT

In the first half the Jazz were plus 7 in the first half with Favors in the game and minus 32 with him on the bench. Corbin is the dumbest coach in the NBA. He has no clue what he is doing.

Carnak
Salt Lake City, UT

At what point will Corbin play Favors? This is beyond ridiculous.

ImaUteFan
West Jordan, UT

WOW. Nothing more to say.

Kakashi
Tokyo, Japan

Corbin fluked his way to a playoffs...and now the playoffs is exposing the way he coaches... Also, Al Jefferson should not be the go to guy...i miss the days where we have multiple screens and ball rotation...right now...its ridiculous...i'll trade al jefferson in a blink of an Eye...im sure we won't win the series...but come on...make it a fight...at least win one...i hope KOC would do something with the lineup...and replace Corbin as coach...I'd rather have Nate Mcmillan coach us...than Corbin right now...

scalman
Temecula, CA

That's right Brave Sir Robin, there are Jazz fans like myself that think (or thought) this Jazz team might take one or two games from San Antonio if and only if Favors is played a lot more. Of course, after what I just saw, I have doubts that the Jazz will win even one game. The Jazz got whipped good. Again, though, the Spurs were not nearly as effective when Favors was in the game. Corbin has to start Favors now.

nothegame
Saratoga Springs, UT

He will not start Favors. I thought the Jazz in the early going played pretty good D they could not hit a shot.

Old Timer
the boonies, mexico

To Mr. Greg Miller- Not only should you replace coach Ty, but please remove the complete coaching staff! This is nothing more than a Jerry Sloan carryover mentality we are witnessing with this team with Hornecek, Layden and Ty. No perimeter defense, pack the middle, but still allow inside scoring WOW. A few players also need exit slips like C.J., Bell, Watson, Big Al, and possibly Harris. A couple of those can go via trades hopefully. The draft picks we are going to lose for playoff experience by our young team doesn't equate in my opinion, these guys will get plenty of summer league, fall training camp and preseason work this coming year, and quite frankly the draft picks are a "big" loss. Oh well what do I know?

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