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Published: Tuesday, March 19 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT

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DodgerDoug
Salem, UT

Who cares about basketball anymore.... it's baseball season!!!!!!!

Pipes
Salt Lake City, UT

Not a single go to guy on the roster. Likable enough group but not winners. Stick a fork in them...

Jazz Source
Alpine, UT

You have to wonder about this current Jazz team who can't beat a team at the end of a brutal road trip and on a back to back that has literally been blown out by every team they have faced.

The put a bunch of geriatrics out on the floor and put the clamps on our team.

Talk about a group with no pride. That is not a quality that you can build anything around in terms of a future.

Corbin has got this team on a fast decline and the culture of losing has set in. That is what a game like this means.

Jerry has been interviewing around the league. Our current coach is bush league. Seems like there is an obvious decision to make. Greg Miller is too arrogant though to admit he backed the wrong horse when his lack of support caused Jerry to walk.

That will be viewed as the turning point and the beginning of the end to a once proud franchise.

This community demands effort and winning and by any measure we are getting neither right now.

Look no further than the captain of the ship.

fortydam
OREM, UT

When you see Corbin and you set your hair on fire wanting Jerry back, remember that this is the exact offense that Jerry and Layden ran. Jerry left the league because he couldn't adapt to the new rules of zone defense. Everyone thinks he left because of a rift with Millers over Williams, that is not true. And I get my my information from an inside source. If Jerry came back, you might have tighter rotations, but he still pulled players at the same time every game, even when they were hot. This franchise didn't change when Jerry left, it changed the year Stockton and Malone left. The Jazz tried to run the same old stuff with new guys and couldn't do it. Until they get rid of the big slow grind it out offensive sets with a defenseless big man, they will struggle. (And so will everyone in the lineup with him).

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