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Game 65 Jazz at Thunder: At least it wasn’t a 50-point game

March 14, 2013

ronnie bReference (comment section)

Suck-o Stats of the Night
** The Jazz shot .227 through two quarters and .297 through three.
** Per @sluhm, the Jazz managed to go eight minutes without a point to close the first half, including 19 straight scoreless possessions.
** The Jazz are 2-8 since the trade deadline and/or in their last 10 games.

** Tyrone Corbin yesterday on playing the Oklahoma City Thunder: We feel better, pretty good about getting anybody in the half-court game, especially if they’re trying to stop our offensive plays.
** Tyrone Corbin, post-game: I don’t think we gave our best effort in that first half to start off, and you know, the third quarter we just couldn’t get it going. I thought the bench guys came in and at least they played hard.
** Corbin on the aforementioned second quarter: We missed shots…you know, nine points in the quarter and no points in the paint. It’s not good.

313 post tweets

Unintentional Dirty Quote Machines of the Night (UDQM)
** Harpring on the Jazz: They gotta really pound them. They gotta use their size.
** Harpring: Jazz are having a hard time getting into Hayward. Or even Marvin.
** Boler The Thunder went small and the Jazz still didn’t try to pound it inside, surprisingly.
** Boler: Al was forced up, forced to take that shot.
** Sidney Lowe: If there is penetration then we need to help. (H/T @da_breezman)
** Harpring: I did a little work on Ibaka before the game.

5 Comments leave one →
  1. steppx permalink
    March 14, 2013 5:03 pm

    bad coaches…..corbin is a bad coach. Compare …watch a spurs game…compare the movement on offense. Look at even OKC or Miami or even boston……jesus, look at denver and the clips. Then look at utah.

  2. zbone permalink
    March 14, 2013 6:54 pm

    I didn’t get the first tweet with Millsap.

    • March 14, 2013 9:00 pm

      Hadn’t seen this yet when I posted, but Bill Oram elaborated in his game recap:

      Asked what Corbin’s message was to a team that lost for the eighth time in 10 games and was blown out on the road for the second time in four days, Al Jefferson said, “I don’t think there was no message. Chewing our ass out.”

      Paul Millsap, who stood next to Jefferson, chimed in.

      “You ask him what the message was?” Millsap said. “He said it. It was his message.”

  3. March 15, 2013 12:30 am

    The coach has his opinion?


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