Utah Jazz: Reflecting back on a rough rebuilding season

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  • Tators Hyrum, UT
    April 19, 2014 4:44 p.m.

    A coaching change would reinvigorate both the returning young players as well as the fan base who is becoming antsy and a bit impatient after the significant dropoff in performance after the all-star break.

    A winning season wasn't expected, but gradual improvement was. Huge vicissitudes indicated an obvious lack of consistency... something that is difficult to blame on the players. Maintaining a steady course is paramount when rebuilding a program. And the foundation for that necessity comes from the coaching staff. They have to take responsibility for that short -coming.

    Letting Hornacek walk was a mistake. Hopefully, one that upper management will learn from. Their next crucial and imminent decisions will be interesting to observe, as the stakes will be very high. I have confidence they will make some wise decisions.

  • Brahmabull sandy, ut
    April 18, 2014 11:50 a.m.

    Jazz will be rebuilding for quite a while

  • Uncle Rico Sandy, UT
    April 18, 2014 11:30 a.m.

    I was really impressed with Marvin Williams this year. Last year he wasn't so good, but I heard he played injured a lot.
    I hope the Jazz keep him.

    Hayward should have signed when Favors did, I do not see his stock going up after this season.
    Trey proved to be the best rookie player (with the worst summer camp) this year.

  • Iowa Jazz Fan 2 Cedar Rapids, IA
    April 18, 2014 9:44 a.m.

    Corbin: "For the most part, they stayed together". Hayward: "For the most part . . . we stuck together".

    "For the most part" to me implies that there are just a few guys in the locker room that you can't count on to stay together during adversity. Whoever they are, they need to readjust their negativity . . . or move on to some other team.

  • NedGrimley Brigham City, UT
    April 18, 2014 6:59 a.m.

    When will we NOT be in a rebuilding season? Yawn....