I know I am stating the obvious here and hindsight is 20/20 but what is the point of playing the veterans if we are only going to win 3 out of the last 15 games? Why are we still playing the vets who won't even be here next year? I mean if we were actually winning games that would be different but the Jazz aren't winning games.
This has been a disappointing season. It seems the veterans can't do anything wrong and the young guys can't do anything right. If you play well it doesn't make a difference the next game if you happen to struggle initially. We have seen major defensive breakdowns at the end of games. Most of the time that involves Al asking someone else who messed up the rotation. I'd say any effort on the defensive end to put a body on someone coming down the lane by AL is non existent. At least Milsap has finally started laying some wood to guards, Duncan and whomever else wants to try and dunk on the Jazz. Al...he is pretty much giving up layups.
I did see some interesting clips of Corbin's reaction to players coming to the huddle last game. Looks like Corbin is about to lose it......I think he is feeling the heat and he should after that Tinsley move?? I can't remember anything that he has done lately that has worked apart from just clearing the bench or pulling the veterans.
I guess the Jazz can't utter the phrase we are winning and developing anymore....um.....scratch the winning, we are developing! Get ready if this losing continues for full spin mode....as in we are in the middle of a rebuild. Yes we are with veterans who are getting most of the time since Corbin shortened his rotation. Good luck Jazz tonight, you are going to need it. However, the question still remains the same, how many games would the Jazz have won since the All star break if they would have just turned the team over to the young guys??