• Utah Jazz LIVE: Hayward says Corbin did ‘a tremendous job’

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Apr 18, 2014
    Given the circumstances, Hayward believes Corbin did a good job. "He was in a tough spot a ‘free agent’ asked to develop younger guys," Hayward said. Like Hayward, coach Tyrone Corbin did not receive an extension last summer. Still, Corbin’s reign as only the fourth head coach in the Utah era of the franchise could be in jeopardy. "We’ll sit down in the future," Corbin said, when asked if he has met with general manager Dennis Lindsey. Utah eventually tied Boston for the fourth-worst record in the NBA, which helps its position in the upcoming draft lottery but doesn’t do much for a coach’s long-term prospects. The unhappy season was hardly a surprise, however, after management’s decision last summer to start a rebuilding process by stockpiling assets, creating salary-cap flexibility and putting together a roster with mostly young players.
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    • Utah Jazz: Corbin knew rebuild decision would impact future

      When Utah Jazz management decided the 2013-14 season would be one of reorganizing and rebuilding, Tyrone Corbin took a deep breath and forged ahead. Without a contract extension and faced with the prospect of going into battle with unproven players, Cor…
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    • Utah Jazz LIVE: Hayward blames ‘mental fatigue’ for team’s poor finish

      The Jazz’s 2013-14 season can be split into three distinct phases — the 1-14 start, the 20-22 middle and the 4-21 finish, even with counting Wednesday’s double-overtime win at Minnesota. Explanations? The start is partly attributable to injuries to rook…
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