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Utah Jazz: Rim-rattling swing of momentum sparks Nuggets' rout

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  • Red and Blue VANCOUVER, WA
    Jan. 6, 2013 8:00 p.m.

    Players are not the biggest problem...its the coach. With the right coach I think the Jazz would do pretty darn good.

  • milner Centerfield Sanpete, UT
    Jan. 6, 2013 12:57 p.m.

    Jazz will never be very good as long as Al Jefferson is on the team. All he wants to do is shoot and refuses to play any defense!

  • Elcapitan Ivins, UT
    Jan. 6, 2013 12:45 p.m.

    B Russ has it right. Ir is probably a coaching problem as well as a lack ofv toughness and fight on the Jazz Team...which again points to coaching relationships. We could stand some more tall guys with fight also...a commodity that is hard to find. Watch out on Monday night.

  • B Russ Ephraim, UT
    Jan. 6, 2013 11:25 a.m.

    Big Al was soft again last night. He wanted nothing to do with the rough stuff going on down in the paint. So he hangs out on or near the perimeter and shoots jump shots. Corbin just leaves him in and let's him continue. No wonder big Al never gets to the free throw line, he's afraid of contact. We missed Kanter last night even though he gets minimal minutes from Corbin. When Kanter gets back Corbin needs to increase his minutes especially against physical teams like Denver. Big Al is way too soft to compete down on the low block where big men are supposed to play.
    Then there's Foye who does little else besides shoot the ball. Last night he was cold as ice but still logged 26 min while Hayward and Burks,( two players who do play defense) were alotted 19 andf 17. Burks was shooting well last night and should have had more of Foye mins. So should have Hayward.
    I think Corbin has had plenty of time to see what he can do. He is what he is and he's not head coaching material, not even close.

  • CTJ fan Salt Lake City, UT
    Jan. 6, 2013 12:01 a.m.

    Yes that was a horrible call and it killed us from there. It's amazing the guy could call that, he knew with all the action below Hayward that he hung there to protect himself there was no other way to interpret that play. It would be nice if the NBA refs went on a strike like the NFL, the difference is I think that we would find that referees that called the game like it supposed to be called would be much better than what the NBA has. Getting sick of the star treatment in the NBA!