Did I read that the five young players only played together 74 minutes all
season long prior to the Portland Game?
@meworkingman, Thank you so much for voicing the obvious while the sports media
stuck their collective heads in the sand. Tyrone Corbin obviously can't
teach the young kids anything.
One thing is for sure. The Jazz can not afford to win another single game this
year, and move down in the draft lottery. The last second winning shot against
Orlando, and the win against the New Orleans looks to have a negative impact for
the Jazz in the draft lottery. So I have a proposal:Dear Greg Miller:I and a couple of my friends would be willing to
sign a 5 day contract. Corbin can sub us in, and we will just stand in the
corners. I may jack up a three if I get the ball, just for fun. Hey; our
Church team won't miss us, and we'd be doing the Jazz a favor.P.S - Could you throw in front row seats for the Lakers game, for my
wife kids, as part of the deal ? :-)P.S.S- Do you think they'd
let us play half court ? I'm a little out of shape. :-)
Just great. 79 games into the season we finally see the lineup that should have
dominated the minutes throughout the year. Corbin's bull-headed insistence
on playing vets who have no long-term future with the team over the young guys
has been a non-stop frustration. A year of potential development and growth in
cohesiveness between the core 5 was just flushed down the toilet. What a waste.