Utah Jazz notebook: Jamaal Tinsley helped lift Jazz after Devin Harris went down

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  • Jazz Source Alpine, UT
    April 4, 2012 3:36 p.m.

    "Tinsley lifted the Jazz to the win..."

    And so his reward is? Corbin said he is starting Watson. Unbelievable! Watson could not drop it in the basket if his elbows were firmly planted on both sides of the rim. You don't even have to guard Watson which puts one of our players at a disadvantage because they will be double teamed.

    We all cringe when we see Watson launch that horrible shot of his at the end of the shot clock. Why is he doing that? Because he failed to run the offense effectively or get his team mates the ball in a place they can score.

    It is getting harder and harder to watch him each game now.

    Tinsley better be finishing the game is all I have to say.

  • rvalens2 Burley, ID
    April 4, 2012 2:39 p.m.

    Let Devin Harris rest and recuperate, there's no need to risk injuring him again. Tinsley and Watson are capable of handling the load and if they need a backup the Jazz can always have Hayward run the point.

    Tinsley, yet again, proved why he should be the primary backup to Devin Harris. No disrespect to Watson, whose play I love, but Tinsley runs the team better and is a constant scoring threat.

    It's a real luxury to have 3 point guards that are all good at running the team. Most of the time, the 3rd guy is just a bench warmer who rarely sees playing time and isn't very good when he comes in.

    Go Jazz!