Posted by: Ray on December 12th, 2011The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
I’m sure Ty Corbin and the rest don’t pay much attention to Utah Jazz 360 but perhaps they should as there may be some insightful thoughts, suggestions, and recommendations.
Here’s one: Jeremy Evans seems to have the potential of being one of the more athletic players the Jazz has. Aside from his great ability to dunk, especially when Watson alley-oops to him, he appears to have some speed and hopefully, quickness. With his 6′9″ height, perhaps the Jazz should help him develop into a fantastic defensive player who can guard the likes of Kobe, LeBron, and other teams’ offensive players. (By the way, when Watson and Evans are the floor, they should be known as “shock and awe”. Are you listening Craig Bolerjack?) While Evans is developing his shooting, have him become the best defender possible. He can spell whoever is starting on the other teams’ best offensive player. And Alan Burks and Enes Kanter should work on their defensive skills while improving their offensive skills. Great defenses lead to easy offense. When that isn’t there, then go into your offensive sets where great execution leads to easy baskets. Just a few thoughts, suggestions, and recommendations. What others would Jazz fans have to add?
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