@kakashiYou only have to look at the Spurs to see an example of a
coaching staff that can develop young talent. Duncan was of course a number 1
pick in the draft but Leanord was 14, Parker at the end of the 1st round and
Gibinobli in the middle of the 2nd round. That is the core of the team that
could have won the championship this year. They know how to draft, then they
know how to develop the talent. I think the Jazz seem to find good talent, but
Corbin seems content to let them ride the pine too much.
Brian Shaw sweepstakes is over...denver has him...now...i hope adelman would be
free...once we get rid of corbin...i really dont think he can coach a team to be
contenders...and if Lindsey was able to put up a team that can content...a big
IF.....then i dont see corbin leading the team to win it all....
Other than John Stockton, Karl Malone and maybe Williams who have the Jazz had
that have led them anywhere? Jazz have not had a great record for quite a
while. I don't a great deal in the future either.
Here's the deal. Companies are usually looked at in a favorable light that
promote from within. However, when a company is not successful, maybe you do
need to go outside the company to bring in new ideas. I would like to see the
Jazz more aggressively seek more experienced people that have shown a pattern of
success than just move up people in the organization that I think has
underperformed under the current coaching staff. I know some feel like Corbin
hasn't had a great point guard to run the team so it's not fair to
judge him too quickly, but I think there are problems with substitution
patterns, under utilizing the young studs, and teaching defense to name a few.