PICK UP HOLLINS PLEASE
Some of the mistakes Corbin made last season.Played Marvin Williams
before DeMarre Carroll.(Carroll was clearly the better player.)Gave too much playing time to Jefferson and Millsap.(At the expense of
not developing Kanter and Favors.)Played Millsap and Jefferson
together.(Paul simply could not make up for Jefferson's lack of
defense.)Dumped Mo Williams immediately back into the starting
lineup.(A real rookie mistake, that cost the Jazz several games because Mo
was out-of-sync with the rest of the team.)Mismanaged his
players' on court time.(Played some guys way too long and others not
enough.)Often did not know what play to call.(Self-explanatory, just watch his body language and eyes.)Tyrone
Corbin clearly does not understand how to match his player's strengths
against an opponent's weaknesses. If that's all I knew about him, it
would be enough to convince me that he should not be the Jazz coach.
i hope the Jazz are trying to get through Hollins phone...Rick Adelman
too....before they get picked by other teams and we lose out on a franchise
In all honesty, if NBA coaches were kept of let go based on the same performance
criteria that their players are, Corbin would already be either in Europe or at
a junior college somewhere. Waiting another year for the inevitable would not be
necessary. It's a bit difficult to understand why the Jazz
aren't already in the mix trying hard to get one of the several very proven
coaches currently on the market. Seldom are there this many very good NBA
coaches available at the same time. By waiting until next year, the pickings
might be very slim indeed.
For years the Jazz were known as the team that had stability and consistency.
I'm not a Corbin fan and I think that he needs to be given a shot with a
team that has a point guard. This team has always had a great floor general, and
the years that they didn't they suffered. I think several good things
happened last year and one was the development of Favors, Kanter, and Burks. If
the Jazz lose Jefferson and get a point guard, everyone will benefit including
Corbin. If they get what they need and he can't win, then we join the rest
of the NBA in the usual coaching merry go round. Few coaches look good with bad
players, and almost all coaches look good with good players.
Why do Jazz fans have to endure another season with Corbin?
Rock is right that coaches are hired and fired quite swiftly these days in the
NBA. That does not mean that it's the right thing to do. I'm not a
huge fan of Corbin, but firing someone because it is the trend is not why you
fire someone. The reason the Jazz probably won't fire Corbin is because
stability is a big priority of the Jazz organization...you know kind of like San
Antonio. This all being said I like the idea that Jazz are going for what I
don't like is the people executing. Greg Miller isn't the brilliant
businessman/organizational genius his father was and Coach Corbin can't
seem to see that Favors is a pick and roll power forward and the scheme should
adjust when he's in the game so forces him to play like Big Al.
It had been said long ago with the team this year Corbin should have been let go
for not making the playoffs. Most of the yearly salaries are paid by the trade
deadline. That is why Jazz are talking to Sloan about taking on a role. I say
Corbin will be gone come trade deadline.. The Bear could have done a better job
than Corbin this year..
What a ridiculous premise. Corbin actually had some capable veterans this past
year. He dramatically underachieved this past season.Now next year
all we have are some young dudes but lets face it, how much experience do these
guys have winning anything at the NBA level? I'll answer that. None!There is literally no chance Corbin will win much of anything next
season because he will be giving young guys minutes which equals losses and we
will be adding a ton of new names to the roster which causes all types of
chemistry issues.Corbin should have been fired after this past
season. Alot of the local media said so at the beginning of last season. Now
they are making excuses related to all the free agents leaving yada yada. With all the changes ahead Corbin has little chance of success. Its
just very comical that now Rock and others determine next season should be the
deciding factor given the roster is nearly empty of any experienced veterans.Youth equals losing. That simple. Of course it is a necessary step to
chemistry and experience but there will be plenty of losing next season...but I
Why is it that Corbin "deserves" another year? Seriously, what has he
done? Made absolutely zero sense to make him a permanent coach right after
Sloan retired. Perfect opportunity for interim status and see how he performed.
After not performing well, they extend his contract? I've
had season tickets since the Jazz moved to Utah. Never been more disgusted in
the management. Strongly considering not renewing for the first time ever.
In the NBA, it is very difficult to assess the role and worth of a coach. Just
think how much LeBron James (6 ft 8, 250, mobile) actually needs a coach. Most
NBA games are "playground" basketball. Corbin played for a real coach
in Ray Meyer. D-Wil thought that he was the coach and that is where the problem
developed with Sloan. In the case of LeBron, Ray Charles could coach. Therefore,
it is just real tough just how you would evaluate Corbin. I guess that Ws and
Ls would be the only way.
Corbin deserves one year more. None of us know what the complete Jazz roster
will resemble come October, but as long as Corbin plays the core-four mega
minutes, it should be a more exciting & prosperous ride into the playoffs.
It will help, of course, if at least one of their two first-round draft choices
Tyrone Corbin should have never been given the Jazz head coaching job. Waiting
another year to release him, in my opinion, is foolish. He has already proven
that he does not have the acumen to be a head coach in the NBA.During his time as head coach, he has mismanaged players' on court time,
doesn't understand how best to utilize his player rotations, nor how to
match his players' strengths against an opponent's weaknesses.An NBA head coaching position should not be filled by someone who
requires on-the-job training.
Here's something I doubt Brad Rock knows: Lionel Hollins played college
basketball in the state of Utah, spending his first two years at Dixie College.
I'm not sure the Jazz would fire Corbin next year if the Jazz miss the
playoffs. That would require Greg Miller to make a smart basketball decision and
I affraid he's not capable of doing that.
One of the few times I can agree with your assessment Mr. Rock. Good story.