Wishing the very best situation for Ty and his family! I so enjoyed him when he
was a Jazz player and his time with the coaching staff. He is a true gentleman
and deserves another opportunity to continue in his career. Good luck, Ty!
I wish Ty great thing. He has been a great asset to the Jazz both as player
and as coach. I hope he can further develop as a top tier coach in the league.
Ty is a great guy.Whether it's in Sacramento or somewhere else,
I'm sure he'll do well and wish only the best for him and his family.
Well, I guess it is a job and should pay the bills.Sacramento is a
joke of an organization though.Did not have the spine to enforce
defense..he was simply too nice...players clearly did not take him seriously
from an expectation standpoint. Kanter played despite being a defensive doormat
while clearly possessing the ability to move his feet and defend. Ty set the standard by allowing Al Jefferson to get away with offense only and
the others sat, watched, and learned the difference between what Ty said and
what he actually did.Thibodeau on the other hand has an $80 million
towel-waver named Boozer on the bench at the end of many games when defense
matters most. Amnesty upcoming for him.Best of luck to Ty
though...he is a good dude.
@Jazz Source"Sacramento is a joke of an organization."Sacramento's organization looks like the U.S. Marines when compared
to the Jazz. Actually, you're probably calling Sacramento a joke because
you're a Jimmer Fredette fan who thinks he was mismanaged by the Kings,
despite the fact that he's playing even less in Chicago. Let me guess: The
Bulls organization is a joke too, right?
Any NBA team would be well served to hire Ty as an assistant. Classy guy, cares
about players as people, tons of experience. I've (in my infinite wisdom as
someone who watches b-ball, haha) concluded, though, he doesn't have a real
future as a head coach (or GM), so if this is true, back where he belongs.Just don't see the driving vision. Also never once heard him say,
"Out [whatever] sucked tonight [or in general]... ...always "we were a
little bit [whatever]." Not exactly Popovichian...