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Published: Thursday, Nov. 28 2013 6:55 p.m. MST

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Little Andy
Tremonton, UT

Corbin needs to put Lucas on the inactive list and let Beans and Rush play. If Kanter can't play he and probably Clark would be in active as well. Keeping Lucas on the inactive list would solve most of the Jazz problems..


Jazz fans...No worries! We have Corbin to get us out of the hole.


Easy Prediction for game against Phoenix:

Jazz defeat Suns! It should be an easy victory...We have Corbin!

Sorry, I got carried away.

Layton, Utah

Or you would think that being professional NBA players making millions could solve that. What is this their first rodeo?

Clearfield, UT

I agree that Lucas needs to stay on the bench. They guy can't shoot and always does just that because he thinks he's a great player. Should have kept Tinsley, at least he knew his limitations.

NH Transplant

I hope our young players work hard and win a FEW games. Look at the standings and see all the poor teams in the NBA competing for the #1 draft choice already. Please don't be too harsh on Corbin and our players. We just may foul ourselves up and not get a top ten pick, not to mention a top three pick, if we win enough games to look competitive but let other franchises tank a season to get a good choice in next year's draft. Practice is needed but let's not get too good while looking competitive so a great, 2 or 3, wing player that can go to the basket and shoot the three is available.

Queensland Jazz fan
Townsville Australia, 00

Missing screens and forgetting plays... this isn't just this year, it's just worse this year, and that is all on the coach. This is an admission of total coaching failure. Stop the bleeding, fire Corbin!

Ivins, UT

I'll give Heyward the benefit of the doubt regarding his assessment about players missing assignments and making mistakes. I'm sure he is right, but he is also missing a lot of shots and hopefully he will start shooting better since Corbin runs everything through him. I like Heyward and I think he has a nice future so don't get me wrong, but when players start hitting open shots that will cure a lot of problems.

sandy, ut

Looks like the extra practice worked for them... If the practice was corbin showing them all how to give players wide open shots then it worked. The suns had so many open shots it wasn't even funny. Why are the jazz so slow and sluggish? They look like they are playing with concrete shoes on. Especially on defense. Pathetic.

Provo, UT

It's like nothing happened in training camp.

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