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Published: Friday, March 7 2014 10:05 p.m. MST

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Dukester
VANCOUVER, WA

Wow!

What a team!

What a coach!

What an organization!

fortydam
OREM, UT

I don't mind getting a real good draft pick, and I don't mind watching a team that's rebuilding with rookies, but this is getting hard to watch. Loosing while giving maximum effort is one thing, loosing when you don't look like you want to play is another. This is my first official Corbin and staff bashing ever. If your players will not play, then bench them. Many of these players are confused and regressing. I think it's time to toss the Frank Layden, Jerry Sloan, and Ty Corbin basketball playbook out the window. Sloan couldn't adapt with this offense or defense, neither can Ty. Kanter is regressing, Hayward takes every other play off, Burkes wants to be a two guard, and several other players look like they are wore out carrying the load. This team lacks toughness, if Anthony would have pulled that stuff back in the day, Adam Keefe, or Malone would have put him on his backside.

John Wicks
Salt Lake City, UT

The Jazz have quit playing for Corbin. Time for him to go!!

JBQ
Saint Louis, MO

Biedrins does have a lot to do with what is going on. He was inactive for the umpteenth time. He brought a huge salary from the Warriors. I would say that he has to be pretty good even though injured. This is the time of year where the Jazz have to lose. They are dropping into the rabbit hole with Alice In order to up their chances for Wiggins, Parker, or Randle. The NBA has created the climate and the Jazz are only playing their hand within a legal environment. That game against the Lakers near the end of the season should be a doozy and they should invite those three draftees to the game.

StocksOnTheRocks
Lehi, UT

Hey?
Lottery pick in the draft, and a "New Coach"
Let the pummeling's continue.

ed
Los Olivos, CA

And a pount guard who just can't wait to take the first shot.....or any shot. I guess he thinks he needs the practice.

Black & White
SLC, UT

One more game to complete the Road Trip Sweep, c'mon guys you can do it! Let's fight, fight, fight, (lose, lose, lose) and go get that elusive 3rd spot on the Lottery Pick. I know that you're really trying, but the Bucks seem to have the top Lottery spot sewn up, and there at least two other Eastern Conference teams ahead of the Jazz, but we can at least WIN (lose our way to) the top Lottery spot in the West.

Once we do have that spot locked in, and he has done what he has been told to accomplish by the Jazz management, then let's fire Corbin because we are all very sure he wouldn't know what to do with a top draft pick.

gehelmke
Bastrop, TX

Good Decision...getting rid of a group who had proven to be no better than mediocre, securing draft choices and free agent cash, and playing a season where the youth got court experience, and ignoring the won/loss record.

Bad decision...putting the grand experiment in the hands of Ty Corbin, who is ignoring the plan and playing Jefferson and Williams a huge number of minutes while young players who are supposed to be getting experience sit on the bench....but more than that....He is teaching these kids absolutely nothing....They stink on defense, and their offense is throwing the ball around for a few seconds, then throwing up a three...They don't have a clue as to what any of their teammates might be doing, because there's no offensive scheme whatsoever.

The kids are capable of better, but getting your ears pinned back every night can be debilitating. Then when they look to their bench for help, you see Ty Corbin...The guy is making head cases out of all these kids.

Jazz Fan in Potsdam
Potsdam, NY

If the Jazz lose to the Sixers, I'm done with this team for the rest of the year. Boy, I'm sure glad we kept Corbin and let Hornacek go to the Suns. Can anyone honestly say that the Suns have more talent than this Jazz team? I watched the Suns the other night and I can't believe they've won as many games as they have. They have got nothing except Dragic and Bledsoe and Bledsoe has been hurt half the year.

NeilT
Clearfield, UT

There were times this year when I thought the Jazz were showings signs of being competitive again. Unfortunately inconsistency has always been a trait of the Jazz. I can't imagine Corbin returning next year.

jpjazz
Sandy, UT

Don't change a thing! While we are not going to catch Milwaukee, Orlando is very doable and Philadelphia can be caught if we stay the course. Big game against the Sixers tonight..

Iowa Jazz Fan 2
Cedar Rapids, IA

For whatever reason, looks like a lot of the players wanted the All Star break to be the end of the season. Inability to light a fire under them since then has seriously compromised Corbin's chances of staying. And, whoever might be the coach next season, after watching this group perform recently, isn't it a bit naive to expect Jabari Parker to be a savior next year? From the looks of it, we are 3-4 seasons away.

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