so long MOFO ALFENSE you will not be missed.
while i am sad the season is over for my jazz I will not miss whatever that was that they called an offense. heres a bit of advise let all your free agents walk except Demarre Carroll. then maybe what players you are left with can play some actual defense rather than covering constantly for there team mates that dont play any.
They will be good in a few years if they can find a PG and develop their young talent in
That could be a very scary line-up in 2-3 years time.
If you really wanted a defensive team then brining back Millsap would also be an option. He is an underrated defender and if you started him with Favors that would be very tough front-line.
the Jazz need to move past this antiquated idea that only pg can handle the ball the rest of the NBA has learned this why cant they. 2 to 3 years on that line up i am thinking end of next season but i would go with this instead
Carroll or Evans
that is a defense i would love to watch play together.
I remember prior to the NCAA tournament a Jazz fan posted a picture of Trey Burke in a Jazz uniform and at the time I thought if they could get him they would really have a great player to help their offense. Now Trey Burke is a top 5 pick most likely and the Jazz are left looking else where...
the further Michigan went the more i knew he was slipping out of our grasp. Hey maybe we will get in the top 3 with the worst odds of all the lottery teams. oh wishful thinking.
Tyrone Corbin needs to be f*cking fired
They really need to give their young guys a chance out there...How long will Marvin Williams be starting over Hayward?Or Foye over Burks.They re doing the right thing building through the draft(and the D-Will trade) but they re not utilising their picks well.Earlier this year i defended Corbin but now i can't say that i do.Favors and Kanter could become a dominant frontcourt if they get a chance that is.Their GM is one of the best in the business finding diamonds in the rough so i expect him to have a solid draft again this year.But it means nothing if you don't give your young guys playing time to develop.
It's obvious that they would pursue this route, bringing the young players off the bench. As the bigs, Jefferson and Milsap gave them the best shot starting out, plus I believe they were showcasing them for potential trades. Once that didn't work out, the worst thing would have been to disrupt the lineup midway through the season. Burks I like, but also agree with bringing him off the bench, I just think that he and Kanter should of had more playing time overall. I do however think Heyward should have been starting over Marvin Williams at the 3. As for Milsap, he's a goner. Dude wants to start, period. I doubt he stays knowing the Favors/Kanter are the "future". There are teams out there that'll pursue him offering the starting gig ie:
Indy- can sign Milsap plus resign West to back him up.
Philly- lotto pick for Milsap? Utah now has ammo to possibly move up for Burkes.
Houston- T-Rob is looking less and less NBA ready than we originally thought.
Brooklyn- Package of Humphries/Taylor plus others for Milsap? Utah will need size off the bench.
Charlotte- package around Sessions/Mullens for Milsap. Sessions man the pg while whichever rookie learns behind him. Mullens big off bench.
None of your trade scenarios work out there. You cant do trades for players that are going to be free agents. Maybe had they done something at the trade deadline but that is a whole other topic. By years end Hayward was starting but I am afraid Marvin will be back next year just because of his PO. There is no way he doesnt exercise that option after the mediocre season he had.
It's still possible, they only stopped it for max contracts.