So at what point should Jazz fans get concerned about this team?
This will be like the 8th time this season I have gotten excited about this team
and expected them to turn the corner, and then was again disappointed. When
Rubio is on it's beautiful to watch, unfortunately he is too inconsistent
to rely on every night. Mitchell I am not worried about, we shouldn't
expect a 2nd year player to carry the team. Ingles is broken this year, I wonder
if he still thinks he is the best shooter in the league? Crowder is quickly
becoming my favorite Jazz player, and I still love Gobert. Exum seems to be
coming around. Just a few bright spots in an otherwise very disappointing
Both Rubio and Mitchell shot percentages increase inside the three point line.
What worked well last year has the Jazz at number 11 in the West this year, so
it might not be working this year.Both of these guards deliver
assists so well and when they go to the basket they are often double teamed
leaving someone more open, and whoever that is they shoot a better percentage
and should be taking the shot.Seems Dante has made huge strides and
it is so entertaining to watch whoever guards him fail when he goes to the hole.
Dante is a really enjoyable athlete to watch.
Ingles, 2 points.
Time to trade Rubio and sit Mitchell.... Or hey, having a losing season
because the team continues to have its worst shooters take the most shots us an
option as well.
Really over estimated the Jazz this year.Oh well, still enjoy watching
The Jazz are becoming unwatchable because of the play of their guards. Teams are
leaving them open for good reason. They'll never get above .500 at this
rate, regardless of the schedule. We all love Donovan Mitchell, but
he's the worst 3-point shooter in the league at his position (#47 out of
47) and every time he jacks one up, we know another L is on the way. Plus, he
shoots more 3-pointers than anyone else.Mitchell and Rubio are the
two worst shooters on the team, but they take over 1/3 of the shots every game
(29.6 shots out of 84.5 total for the team). Gobert gets 8.7 shots/game. The
Jazz guards should focus on assists, not shot attempts.