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Published: Tuesday, March 25 2014 11:55 p.m. MDT

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Fairfield, CA

“You can’t look at just throwing a guy out there just because he’s young,” Corbin said. “You’ve got to make sure you put him in a position to have some chance of your team being successful and the guy being successful.”

So Gobert won't get any PT until the team secures a winning percentage? Gobert is already successful when he's on the court: he makes the Jazz' defense and offense better. Corbin's right you don't out him out there because he's young, you do it because he's got the longest reach in the recorded history of the NBA and can help the team, not just now but for many years.

John Wicks
Salt Lake City, UT

Tonight after Memphis beats the Jazz would be a perfect time to fire Corbin. The players no longer listen or believe in him. Why does Sidney Lowe always give the recap at halftime? Don't the other coaches know how to talk. LHM is rolling over in his grave. His kids have failed him miserable.

Tokyo, Japan

White Mamba for the coaching job....Brian Scalabrine...i have read that...before the signing of Doc Rivers in Boston...Danny Ainge...asked Jeff Hornacek and John Stockton to coach...and we all know John Stockton is a family man...i wonder if he'll coach?

Ivins, UT

The Jazz have a coaching problem. With another bad season ending up soon it is time to hire a seasoned coach. Corbin has had his time and failed. Nice guy, Yes, Good coach..NO.Lets get on with the job and make a change for the better. Our players are better than their dismal record.

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