Posted by: Stephen Loveless on December 30th, 2011The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
I’ve been thinking about my last post and I think I was too quick to judge. I still think the analysis was accurate but I should be more lenient and give it some time. It’s the start of the season after a lockout. Nobody looks good. I’ve yet to watch a single game that looked smooth. Yet to see a team that looked really cohesive. Why should I expect it from the Jazz when they also have to struggle with finding themselves with a new coach and new players?
Most of the problems I’ve seen will ease, if not disappear, over time. Ty Corbin will settle into his role and the team will gain more and more confidence in him. The players will gel, they’ll get in better shape, and they’ll start to read each other. Scoring will go up, turnovers will go down, and wins (or at least being in the game) will go up.
So we should all pull together for the team and try to give them a chance. Our patience will be rewarded, fingers crossed. Besides, I had a fortune cookie last night that put all my concerns to rest. ”Your sports team will soon see great success.” Of course, it may have been talking about the Steelers….
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