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Game 67 Jazz vs. Knicks: Mike Woodson Out-Vets Tyrone Corbin

March 19, 2013

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From KnickerBlogger‘s recap, which sums it up real well:

Not to take too too much away from our much-needed W, but holy hell are the Jazz a complete disaster – terrible spacing, no semblance of offensive identity, defensive breakdowns galore. They have some decent talent; it’s just being put together like a toddler would a 500-piece puzzle.


For whatever reason, the players went full-on Corbin tonight.
** Tyrone Corbin: We fought for a while there, and then we just couldn’t get shots to go in the basket.
** Marvin Williams: We did a good job of getting stops; we just couldn’t make shots.
** Gordon Hayward: We just gotta be better.
** Gordon Hayward: We gotta keep fighting.
** Paul Millsap: The season’s still alive, gotta continue to fight.
** Millsap on what the Knicks did that made it difficult for the Jazz to score: I don’t know what they was doing, to be honest with you. Nobody knew.


Random Stuff, etc.
** I got nothing.


Unintentional Dirty Quote Machines of the Night (UDQM)
** Millsap on late games: You get so anxious…sometimes you wish it would just hurry up and come.
** Harpring: The penetration once again, is going to hurt. (H/T @5kl)
** Harpring: Millsap was playing him hard, being the veteran, and Copeland was having none of it.
** Boler on Favors: J.R. got him from behind.
** Harpring: They gotta keep going down there. I think they have the advantage with Favors and Kanter’s size.
** Boler: Millsap, down she goes! (H/T @chang_max)
** Hamfist on SLC Dunk game thread: We will pull it out. Just barely. But there is just no way this Knicks team can keep it up. (H/T @D_West5)
** Harpring: The penetration from the Knicks guards, I think, really hurt the Jazz.
** Millsap: We got it going for a little bit, and then somehow our rhythm got killed. We got taken out of our stuff.


6 Comments leave one →
  1. jenlbabs permalink
    March 20, 2013 7:22 am

    Highlight of my day, seeing JR Smith at the mall, it was all down hill from there.
    The KickerBlogger recap was so spot on! It feels as if he has been watching the unraveling of the Jazz season game by game, and not just this one game.

  2. Chisel McSue permalink
    March 20, 2013 12:31 pm

    im not even mad anymore. a lil sad mebbe, but a read on the old day articles always brought me back up.

    it reminded me how far we changed. for the better, some might say coz 4 lotto picks aint enough, we need moar. still considering the year the article was written and the advantage of hindsight, i wish the current jazz would shed some light on what their current vision is.

    • March 20, 2013 9:16 pm

      Thank you so much for this link! I think it’s pretty clear the current Jazz believe they have a vision…but I also sometimes feel they would stick with that even if it’s clearly not going to pan out because they don’t want to admit they’re wrong.

      Also, I miss Jerry…

      • Chisel McSue permalink
        March 22, 2013 2:58 am

        you’re right, they are stubborn on it. i just wish i know what their vision actually is. we’ll have a feel about the jazz direction come FA season, hopefully it’ll turn out for the better.

        sidenote: ur Ty sloth moment, kinda looks like McKayla not-impressed impersonation, any idea who are the Jazz players when that happened XD

        • Chisel McSue permalink
          March 22, 2013 2:58 am

          any idea who are the Jazz players *on the court* when that happened XD

  3. March 22, 2013 11:53 am

    @Chisel McSue I believe it was while Raymond Felton was shooting FTs after Marvin fouled him to stop the clock


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