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Published: Tuesday, Dec. 10 2013 9:30 p.m. MST

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Bastrop, TX

This team isn't going to win many ball games....The goal this season is to get as much experience for the youngsters as we possibly can....With that thought in mind, ask yourself the following:
1) Why are Richard Jefferson and Marvin Williams playing over half of the game every night, while the rookie, Ian Clark, is only getting to play 8 minutes every now and then in garbage time?
2) Why, in this last game with Portland, did Biedrins play 14 minutes while the rookie Rudy Gobert didn't even get into the game?

Biedrins, Jefferson, and Williams are long-term veterans who won't be around when the Jazz put the final pieces into this "growing a team" project.....They aren't the ones who need the court time.

The problem is Corbin. He's not cooperating with the program. He's an incompetent coach. The Jazz need to get rid of him before he wrecks the confidence of these young people.

Richfield, UT

@gehelmke, you are so right on it hurts. And did you notice when Gobert finally got in the game against Sacramento he was in for just a few minutes and had already altered several shots and was controlling the boards when he made a dumb rookie mistake by fowling a guard bringing the ball up court? Corbin disgustedly yanked him out of the game immediately and he hasn't stepped foot on the floor since. Corbin needs to go before he kills Gobert's confidence just like he has done Kanter and Fesenko for that matter if you go back a couple of years.

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