22 May 2012
I forget sometimes how much Jerry Sloan worked the refs for certain calls. This video also reminds of how much I hate Bill Walton. BTW the coachin carousel has started. Sloan's name will be in every conversation. Plan on it.
I don't know when this video was taken. It was uploaded a couple of days ago, so my thinking is that this is Kanter working out over the past week or so. I know this is a video cut but his shot looks much better than full game speed.
Stan Van Gund or Tyrone Corbin...
Cougarboards are like devil's playground...without all the dirty pictures.
Breaking Down 2011-2012's Top Executives.
5 – Kevin O’Connor, Utah Jazz
The Jazz this past season surprised many by making the Western Conference playoffs. True, they were swept by the Spurs, but most expected to see them in the lottery again. The problem is none of the major changes impacting Utah’s roster happened during this past season. Deron Williams was traded last season, for Devin Harris, Derrick Favors and the draft pick that became Enes Kanter. Coach Ty Corbin replaced the legendary Jerry Sloan last season, too. Both first-round picks, Kanter and Alec Burks, combined for 29.1 minutes a game and 11.8 points. Utah did sign a slew of free agents: Josh Howard, Earl Watson, Jamaal Tinsley, DeMarre Carroll and Blake Ahearn. Of that group only Howard averaged more than 4.5 points a game.
Verdict: The Jazz deserve credit for exceeding expectations in 2011-12, but it’s very difficult to attribute the success to the moves of management. We’ll learn more about the Jazz front office in the coming year as they decide what to do with $37.6 million in expiring contracts (Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap, Harris, Watson and Raja Bell).
I think Jason has this spot on. It is hard to give credit to KOC when the moves he made were last year. KOC does deserve some credit for the signing of Carroll (the sneaky team option), Howard, Tinsley, and Watson. Each of those guys won us a game this year. Follow Jason here.
The Downbeat @slcdunk @andyblarsen Looking Forward and Back with KOC, J-Slo, and Burks
Is it possible that Kanter can be as productive as Hibbert. Granted Hibbert got out to bad start, but so has Kanter. Here are there comparibles. I was thinking about thi after the 19.18 game and really think that Kanter could get there. The crazy thing is the rebounds could be there right now given the minutes. Offensively he still needs some work.
Al Jefferson's Donk Chevy Donk that is...
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