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Published: Wednesday, March 6 2013 10:35 p.m. MST

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Provo, UT

I would hardly call 12 points getting revenge. Good job for CJ, he is a good guy and I wish him success. The Jazz just fell apart the last 1:47 of the game.

Ivins, UT

Hayward has to settle down. He tries to do too much under pressure. That is the job of a coach. A coach develops and controls his players dosen't he? Corbin may not have the insight to do this for the team, thus, last minute losses. Bring Jackson on and things change.

Tokyo, Japan


i agree that Hayward forces things too much....but at least he tries to do something...although costly turnovers got us 2 losses...but...its a learning experience...he'll just be more hungry to get it right when opportunity arises...he has been nailing clutch baskets since HS...also...if that Jackson is Phil Jackson...you'd be wishful thinking...Phil wont take a job that doesnt have a sure fire superstar...i'd rather take Brian Shaw...

Provo, UT

@ El Capitan

A Coach is not responsible if a player chokes..... Come on now. Few players are great under pressure.

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