Posted by: Uottakno on January 29th, 2013The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
First off I would like to say I’m new to posting on this blog. I have followed it for quite sometime but never have been interested in saying much until tonight, secondly I wanna give a shout out to all of you that keep a sense of humor in this sad state of affairs. I must warn all of you now that I may offend you with some of the things I have to say. I just say what’s on my mind. Were all entitled to our opinions and i will respect yours as long as you respect mine. It’s all in good sport because at the end of the day I’m a jazz fan just like you and without us this franchise is dust. Enough with the intro, on to the point of all of this. Like the rest of you I witnessed the worst home loss in franchise history. So bad of a loss that it inspired me to join this blog. Lets be honest as Jazz fans we have been quite spoiled, I mean lets face it there are some teams out there that face these type of losses on a nightly basis. However, Stock and the Mail Man are rolling over in their graves right now. In all seriousness, by all means I’m not a #fire Corbin# type because I think he just inherited a situation from miller and co. that he didn’t have much experience to handle and like the young talent we have he is learning on the fly with them. After tonight’s loss I had many questions flowing through my brain though, but the one that has the most relevance in my brain and one I would hope management would ask themselves is. . . Can Tyrone Corbin lead are team to a championship? Such a simple question with many complex answers. At the time of Corbin’s hire, when Jerry Sloan bailed on us, and Phil went with him, what other option as coach did we have? Phil Jackson was fishing in Bermuda and Red Auerbach had long sense been gone. So management panicked and put one of are assistants up there. They weren’t going to put Scott Layden in there because he was a front office dude pretending to be a coach. So they put there faith in Ty. The curiosity I have is why not ride that season out, which had already been lost (with the shock of Sloan jumping ship) with Ty as the interim HC, then in the off-season pick up a HC that had some experience. Wise men say “only fools rush in” and “don’t dwell on the past because it will make you crazy.” I’m all about moving forward weather with Corbin or without him, for better or for worse. I am curious to know what the rest of you think. Whether your pro Corbin, anti Corbin, or in-different. Just ask yourself this question. . . Can Tyrone Corbin lead our team to a NBA Championship?
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