'We weren't determined enough on the glass': Offensive rebounding key in Jazz's loss to Thunder

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  • oldbasketball Draper, UT
    Dec. 25, 2017 6:23 p.m.

    The Jazz are not a physical team and most NBA teams are not because they spend most of their time hucking up 3 pointers on the perimeter. But that Adams guy dominates the Jazz everytime they play. He gets the crucial rebounds, keeps the ball alive and goes after the 50/50 balls with a vengeance. Wish we had someone with that toughness.

  • fortydam OREM, UT
    Dec. 24, 2017 7:16 a.m.

    Really? Is that all the Jazz can put on the floor. The Joes looked lazy and unitrested any coach should have benched them. I’m glad I didn’t spend money on tickets. Thanks Pops for throwing Quinn a win by sitting everyone, or this team would have lost to the Spurs too. There’s got to be better players in Europe or maybe high school that want to play. I never thought I’d bail on this team, but after years of season tickets, (all the way back to 1980) I’m done watching until they put more of an effort into there jobs.
    When the starters didn’t play for Jerry he would bench them in two minutes, Quinn seems to be a players coach that cares more about relationships than winning. I know it was a long hard road trip and everyone is tired, but these players need some pride. They all need to be more physical, they quit the minute they get pushed around. Where is Malone, Stockton, Carr and Adam Keefe, all of these guys played hard every night. They definitely would have put some folks on their rear end if it got physical. I guess it’s a reflection of coaching. Quinn’s lack of toughness and desire to shoot 30 plus threes will doom this team.