The Utah Jazz fell apart down the stretch in Atlanta against the Hawks, and Jazz Nation was not very happy about it.

Through three quarters, Jazz Nation was in a pleasant mood. That all changed when the wheels came off of Utah's offensive machine.

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Jazz fans oohed and aahed at two great assists by Jamaal Tinsley and Earl Watson, and they rejoiced when the Jazz took a 15-point lead.

But the complaints started rolling in when Devin Harris started getting hot in the fourth quarter. By the end of the game, some fans were calling for coach Tyrone Corbin's job. Common consensus was that this loss was by far the worst of the season.

Landon Hemsley is the sports content manager for Email: Twitter: @EarlOfHemsley