@gehelmkeYou keep going on and on and on about coach Corbin but
shouldn't you really be going after Lindsey and Co. for allowing him to
stay on as coach even after proving how inadequate he is for the job? It's
pretty pointless to blame the coach, it's not like he's gonna fire
himself now is he? You know exactly where the blame should be put but for some
reason you choose to rant about the coaching situation, i wonder why's
I sure wish the Jazz had someone who could teach the players how to shoot.
They looked pathetic. I am going to start rooting for Phoenix.
Here we go back to November . . . . Whatever chemistry the team had a month ago
seems to be vanishing.We expect them to lose much of the time, but
we don't expect them to be "outworked". The coaching staff has to
find a way to light a fire under them. If the team is getting discouraged
because by now opponents have figured out their sets and plays and are all over
them, can the coaches re-adjust? If Corbin and the rest of the staff are unable
to do this, it doesn't bode well for their future here.
It is becoming more and more obvious that Coach Corbin is under orders to put
out a minimum effort. Just as in trying to lose weight, we fluctuate. The Jazz
are now sinking again slowly toward the bottom and that chance at an elusive
good draft choice. I actually don't blame the Jazz. The NBA just has to do
something about the charade of many teams in trying to obtain Randle, Wiggins,
Sad to watch this group of kids...They have multiple problems.....problems which
could be corrected with some time spent studying film with a decent coach,
followed by some court time demonstrating the correction....But this isn't
happening....The obvious verification of this is that they are just going
through the motions....and settling for a multitude of three point shots....With
the money the Jazz spend on these players, it seems a decent coach would be a
top priority...Obviously it isn't.