Utah Jazz report card: Jazz fade in second half, fall to Grizzlies

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  • Kakashi Tokyo, Japan
    Dec. 17, 2012 4:43 p.m.


    i agree with you...but i think Al gives effort on D sometimes...and its rarely...the thing that i noticed is...it was the bench guys who built the lead...and maintained it...until the starters came in...and destroyed it...Millsap is not playing at full...i dont know why...i love his effort...and his game...but i think...6th man is where he should be...i'd trade Al Jeff...and get a new coaching staff...Nate Mcmillan is still out there...he took the injured blazers to the playoffs and even had a fighting chance...Mo Williams has been great...but he still has poor shot selection for a veteran...but his confidence in shooting the ball is unparalleled...maybe he should give some to Hayward...i think...Hayward...with the second unit...he gets to initiate the offense..which i think he can do...and is effective in doing it...and to be honest...the offense...limits him...i now realized what CJ Miles the poster is seeing with CJ..its what i see in Hayward...good player...but a bad fit to the system

  • fortydam OREM, UT
    Dec. 17, 2012 8:35 a.m.

    As long as Jefferson is in the game, the Jazz will give up layups and second chance points at the highest rate in the NBA. Corbin continues to hang on to the obsolete offense that Jerry ran. The grind it out offense was great when teams had to play man to man. The Jazz, and Jerry started having trouble when they could not adapt to the new defensive schemes. Jefferson does score, but it cost the jazz on the defensive end, as well as all of the other players not getting involved on offense. Coaching gets a F- for me. Jefferson gets a F- or a incomplete.

  • B Russ Ephraim, UT
    Dec. 15, 2012 10:33 p.m.

    So with a B for the bench, C- and D for the starters, what grade would you give the coaching?