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Utah Jazz 2012 Coaching Spotlight: Sidney Lowe

The Utah Jazz enters the 2012-13 season with a tremendous coaching staff. In 2011, the Jazz had the opportunity to both pick up a veteran coach, and a coach with an established relationship with Tyrone Corbin. I am talking about Sidney Lowe.

As a player Lowe had an impressive run with North Carolina State, being a part of a team that would lead them to National Championship in 1983. Lowe started his career in the NBA in 1983 when drafted by the Chicago Bulls, and traded to Indiana. From 1983 to 1985 would play with Indiana, Detroit, and Atlanta. Lowe moved into the CBA from 1985-1988 leading his teams to three consecutive CBA titles. Sidney eventually played alongside Coach Corbin in Minnesota during the 1989-90 season. Regardless of his flashes of great play in the CBA, as an NBA player his stats were not particularly notable.

Sidney Lowe began his coaching career in the 1992-93 season with the Minnesota Timberwolves. During his years as a coach he would spend time as an NCAA coach with North Carolina State, and time as an NBA coach with Minnesota, Vancouver, Detroit, and the Utah Jazz. His two most notable seasons came as an assistant coach under Flip Saunders leading teams to Conference Finals in both Minnesota 03-05, and Detroit 05-06.

During the span of his coaching career he has spent ten years as an assistant coach, and eight years as a head coach. He brings an extensive veteran level of coaching to the Utah Jazz. His ability to coach players at every level, from rookie to veteran is a pivotal part of ensuring the Jazz maintains a cohesive unit. Lowe’s experience also helps create a conducive environment for developing young talent. Sidney Lowe is a brilliant part of the Utah Jazz coaching staff, and is one of the reasons the Jazz offers one of the best combinations in the country.

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The Utah Jazz enters the

The Utah Jazz enters the 2012-13 season with a tremendous coaching staff. In 2011, the Jazz had the opportunity to both pick up a veteran coach, and a coach with an established relationship with Tyrone Corbin. I am talking about Sidney Lowe.

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Utah Jazz 2012 Coaching

Utah Jazz 2012 Coaching Spotlight

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As a player Lowe had an

As a player Lowe had an impressive run with North Carolina State

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During the span of his

During the span of his coaching career he has spent ten years as an assistant coach, and eight years as a head coach.

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''I like what we're doing,''

''I like what we're doing,'' said Antawn Jamison, who scored seven points while starting in Gasol's spot. ''This is a veteran team. We know when to turn the light switch on. Once we get everybody healthy, I think the chemistry is going to be there. We know what we need to improve on. It's going to work for us.''

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During the span of his

During the span of his coaching career he has spent ten years as an assistant coach, and eight years as a head coach. He brings an extensive veteran level of coaching to the Utah Jazz. His ability to coach players at every level, from rookie to veteran is a pivotal part of ensuring the Jazz maintains a cohesive unit. Lowe’s experience also helps create a conducive environment for developing young talent. Sidney Lowe is a brilliant part of the Utah Jazz coaching staff, and is one of the reasons the Jazz offers one of the best combinations in the country.

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During the span of his

During the span of his coaching career he has spent ten years as an assistant coach, and eight years as a head coach.

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As a player Lowe had an

As a player Lowe had an impressive run with North Carolina State, being a part of a team that would lead them to National Championship in 1983. Lowe started his career in the NBA in 1983 when drafted by the Chicago Bulls, and traded to Indiana. From 1983 to 1985 would play with Indiana, Detroit, and Atlanta. Lowe moved into the CBA from 1985-1988 leading his teams to three consecutive CBA titles. Sidney eventually played alongside Coach Corbin in Minnesota during the 1989-90 season. Regardless of his flashes of great play in the CBA, as an NBA player his stats were not particularly notable.

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what?

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There are two ways to look at

There are two ways to look at being on a new team with a one-year contract. One approach would be to want to showcase an individual game to earn the attention of a new team next summer. Brand points out that few teams will have as much cap space as Dallas, so the better way to approach the season might be to understand that a player who fits in and shares the bigger team goals might be in Dallas long-term.

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Sidney Lowe began his

Sidney Lowe began his coaching career in the 1992-93 season with the Minnesota Timberwolves. During his years as a coach he would spend time as an NCAA coach with North Carolina State, and time as an NBA coach with Minnesota, Vancouver, Detroit, and the Utah Jazz. His two most notable seasons came as an assistant coach under Flip Saunders leading teams to Conference Finals in both Minnesota 03-05, and Detroit 05-06.

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Sidney Lowe began his

Sidney Lowe began his coaching career in the 1992-93 season with the Minnesota Timberwolves. During his years as a coach he would spend time as an NCAA coach with North Carolina State, and time as an NBA coach with Minnesota, Vancouver, Detroit, and the Utah Jazz. His two most notable seasons came as an assistant coach under Flip Saunders leading teams to Conference Finals in both Minnesota 03-05, and Detroit 05-06.

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Well, the dust has settled on

Well, the dust has settled on free agency and training camp is underway, yet the Western Conference’s most star-powered lineup is in Los Angeles, not Dallas.

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Which brings me to a blog

Which brings me to a blog post penned by Darnell Mayberry, a well-respected NBA beat writer who covers the Oklahoma City Thunder for The Oklahoman. Yesterday, upon hearing the news that Royce White, a rookie who was recently drafted by the Houston Rockets, did not show up to training camp, Mayberry authored a controversial column. Here is the link.

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From the very early looks of

From the very early looks of things, Waiters could be one of those guys who spends his rookie season scoring 20 points one game and three the next. That makes him not much different than a lot of top 10 picks.

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Well, everyone except Rondo.

Well, everyone except Rondo.

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New York's Carmelo Anthony

New York's Carmelo Anthony also scored 24 points, but the Knicks dropped their first game of the preseason, losing 107-88 to Toronto. While the Knicks lost their first preseason game, the Lakers dropped their fifth straight, falling to 0-5 in the preseason. Kobe Bryant scored 22 points, but Los Angeles lost 103-98 to the Kings.

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Shaq is probably right.

Shaq is probably right. Howard needs to win, and a lot. Otherwise, the experiment will have failed. That’s just the way it goes with the Lakers. They expect championships.

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The starting job is Fields’

The starting job is Fields’ to lose and there are no indications that will happen.

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That seemed to be the concern

That seemed to be the concern among most fans, and they can stop worrying. His conditioning is no longer an issue.

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Shaq is probably right.

Shaq is probably right. Howard needs to win, and a lot. Otherwise, the experiment will have failed. That’s just the way it goes with the Lakers. They expect championships.

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LOLLLLLLL

LOLLLLLLL

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Bryant said that Nash plays

Bryant said that Nash plays the game at a different level than most and makes everybody on the floor with him a better player.

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Drummond said he was more

Drummond said he was more excited about his blocks than his alley-oop dunks.

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It’s more than the benefit of

It’s more than the benefit of his opinions and enjoyment of his personality; it appears Perkins may have the heart of a teacher.

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With the Suns demonstrating

With the Suns demonstrating enough trust to give up the ball to the high post more frequently in Friday's second half, corner-screen opportunities led to several easy third-quarter buckets. Phoenix shot 62 percent in that period and rang up 30 points.

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"I tell Steve, you won MVP

"I tell Steve, you won MVP but I was playing with Smush Parker," Bryant said. "He's playing with [Leandro] Barbosa. I'm playing with Smush and Kwame [Brown]. My goodness. Smush Parker was the worst. He shouldn't have been in the NBA, but we were too cheap to pay for a point guard. We let him walk on."

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"It was just a good win,"

"It was just a good win," Gentry said. "I think for us … we're trying to create a winning environment, so first and foremost, I think you have to do it at home."

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After recently rolling out an

After recently rolling out an updated Top-150 Overall rankings, we’ve begun breaking down the performers at each individual position. The guards were ranked from #1 through #50 last Friday. Today it’s time to grade the forwards.

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Leave it to the man who

Leave it to the man who speaks English as a second language to explain this better than anyone has in the past three weeks.

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“I learned a lot when I was

“I learned a lot when I was with the Suns, especially from Steve, but it was hard,” Dragic told HOOPSWORLD. “You get maybe 10, 15 minutes per game and you try to get as many points as you can in those minutes. But last year with Houston, I got more minutes and I was the starter for the last 21 games. When you have 30-35 minutes per game, you’re not rushing your shot and you try to involve your teammates. Then, your shots are going to come. I learned from that experience a lot and now I’m here and trying to do the same thing.”

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Olshey went to work right

Olshey went to work right away preparing for the NBA draft, and went on to land guards Damian Lillard and Will Barton and center Meyers Leonard. Olshey also won a chess match with Minnesota to keep Batum, who was a restricted free agent

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Aldridge is coming off

Aldridge is coming off offseason surgery to repair a slight labral tear in his right hip, a procedure he said was proactive. While he was a finalist for the U.S. Olympic team, Aldridge's recovery prevented him from earning a spot on the squad that won the gold medal in London.

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And even when the Wizards

And even when the Wizards have eased into their halfcourt offense, Beal has shown he’s capable of fitting in, particularly when shooting from the perimeter.

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“I’m a basketball player,”

“I’m a basketball player,” Smith told Chris Haynes of Comcast Sports. “Wherever coach puts me at on the floor, I’m going to play it with the best of my ability. It doesn’t matter where I’m at.”

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Hakeem Olajuwon will turn 50

Hakeem Olajuwon will turn 50 years old in January, yet he ran circles around New York Knicks big man Amar’e Stoudemire in workouts over the summer. The modern NBA big man simply isn’t built the way they were a decade or two ago.

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And it’s that versatility

And it’s that versatility that is going to pay the biggest dividends for Green in 2011-12.

Green isn’t known as a great defender, but he did hold small forwards to a 7.8 Player Efficiency Rating while he was with the Celtics in 2011 (the league average is 15).

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“It did help me,” Smith said.

“It did help me,” Smith said. “All summer, being with the team and knowing what they want from me. It’s just about knowing the system, what they want defensive-wise.”

And it’s defense that will get Smith his shot at a full-time spot on the Rockets, should they decide to keep him on beyond the preseason. That’s a major part of his approach to these exhibition games.

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Taking a look at each NBA

Taking a look at each NBA players’ “True Shooting Percentage,” which takes into account field goals, free throws and three-point shots, we start to find a little more value in Harden. Last season he ranked fourth in the NBA, trailing only Tyson Chandler, Steve Novak and Manu Ginobili with a .660 TSP. The next chart down is number of wins added, where Harden (10.0) ranks third among shooting guards behind Dwyane Wade (12.8) and Kobe Bryant (12.7). Now we’re starting to see why Houston thinks Harden has a great deal more upside than he has shown in his first three seasons.

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It was a surprise when the

It was a surprise when the Toronto Raptors took Terrence Ross eighth overall at the NBA Draft in June, but after hearing head coach Dwane Casey’s explanation, the pick made sense for Toronto. Casey had scouted Ross personally before last year’s lockout-shortened season got underway and the young wing had exceeded expectations during his sophomore season at Washington.

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The other part is you just

The other part is you just can’t make a three and give up a three at the other end every possession. He is learning, believe me. This doesn’t mean Terrence Ross is not going to play for us or not a part of it. He is going to be big for us. He is our future, but right now he is just a typical rookie and you could stop every play for him [to teach]. He is learning.”

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Beyond Green, though, the

Beyond Green, though, the Celtics look like the deepest team in the East. They are able to go two and sometimes three players deep at literally every position, which means despite being an older team, they’ve got plenty of backup plans should things go wrong. Not all the backups are ideal, but they’ve certainly got more talent in the wings than most other teams in the league. Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce only have a couple more shots at this, which makes it a really good thing that they improved upon the group that lost in the Conference Finals last year.

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“Competing from Jose and

“Competing from Jose and Kyle, to me and DeMar [DeRozan], to Amir [Johnson] and [Andrea] Bargnani, we are competing all the way across the board,” Anderson said. “It is a big difference [from last year] because guys are actually trying to [help] each other get better and want to play and prove that they can play.”

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It was a surprise when the

It was a surprise when the Toronto Raptors took Terrence Ross eighth overall at the NBA Draft in June, but after hearing head coach Dwane Casey’s explanation, the pick made sense for Toronto. Casey had scouted Ross personally before last year’s lockout-shortened season got underway and the young wing had exceeded expectations during his sophomore season at Washington.

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utah gonna rock this year..

utah gonna rock this year..

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Sidney Lowe began his

Sidney Lowe began his coaching career in the 1992-93 season with the Minnesota Timberwolves. During his years as a coach he would spend time as an NCAA coach with North Carolina State, and time as an NBA coach with Minnesota, Vancouver, Detroit, and the Utah Jazz. His two most notable seasons came as an assistant coach under Flip Saunders leading teams to Conference Finals in both Minnesota 03-05, and Detroit 05-06.

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utah gonna rock this year..

utah gonna rock this year..

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