Utah Jazz: Guard Randy Foye produces stellar effort in narrow loss to old team

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  • -Gilchrist-Kidd- Baton Rouge, LA
    Dec. 29, 2012 9:47 a.m.

    He was a bright spot. He is a good shooter and wanted to prove to his old team that he should have got more minutes when he played with them.

    If the Jazz learn to play a good team defense, then they will be able to keep a lead. That also includes Al Jefferson, but he won't and that is why the Jazz need to trade him. He's a black hole on the offensive end and disrupts their offensive flow, while he hardly ever plays defense.

    Ty Corbin's decision making is pretty bad too. Why did he have Al Jefferson over Favor or Kanter at the end of the game. We needed a long player to defense the paint and force a jump shot, but instead we have a big slow guy who fouls with 3 seconds left to put them on the line. If Ty Corbin can't put in the right players at the right times in the game, then why is he still coaching?

  • samuel h wiscomb Sun Lakes, AZ
    Dec. 29, 2012 8:53 a.m.

    Until the JAZZ play with a killer instinct ALL 4 qtrs, they will always lose no matter how big of a lead they have