Game 11: Atlanta Hawks (4-7) @ Utah Jazz (7-3)

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Game 11: Atlanta Hawks (4-7) @ Utah Jazz (7-3) 

Post#1 » by FJS » Tue Nov 9, 2021 3:05 pm

https://www.espn.com/nba/preview?gameId=401359980

Last year we were 24-6 vs East. We lose @NY, @ Brooklyn, @ Philly, @Heat, @ Washington and vs Washington.

Already 2-3 with losses @Chicago, @ Miami @ Orlando and wins @ Bucks and @ Hawks.
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Re: Game 11: Atlanta Hawks (4-7) @ Utah Jazz (7-3) 

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Re: Game 11: Atlanta Hawks (4-7) @ Utah Jazz (7-3) 

Post#3 » by Crunch 99 » Wed Nov 10, 2021 5:21 am

Nice to see Paschall bring some offense in the first half.
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Re: Game 11: Atlanta Hawks (4-7) @ Utah Jazz (7-3) 

Post#4 » by Catchall » Wed Nov 10, 2021 6:48 am

FJS wrote:https://www.espn.com/nba/preview?gameId=401359980

Last year we were 24-6 vs East. We lose @NY, @ Brooklyn, @ Philly, @Heat, @ Washington and vs Washington.

Already 2-3 with losses @Chicago, @ Miami @ Orlando and wins @ Bucks and @ Hawks.


Jazz are resting Mike on B2Bs. That's probably cost us two of those games already.
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Re: Game 11: Atlanta Hawks (4-7) @ Utah Jazz (7-3) 

Post#5 » by Inigo Montoya » Wed Nov 10, 2021 12:39 pm

Maybe it cost us a game but we played bad in some of those and deserved the L. At this point, a few regular season wins are not as important as having a healthy roster in the playoffs, so hopefully all this resting pays off.
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Re: Game 11: Atlanta Hawks (4-7) @ Utah Jazz (7-3) 

Post#6 » by red4hf » Wed Nov 10, 2021 3:41 pm

Nice win...... Jazz definitely should be resting Conley on back to backs, and against weak teams......
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Re: Game 11: Atlanta Hawks (4-7) @ Utah Jazz (7-3) 

Post#7 » by Crunch 99 » Wed Nov 10, 2021 8:14 pm

red4hf wrote:Nice win...... Jazz definitely should be resting Conley on back to backs, and against weak teams......


I don't think anybody here is opposing resting Conley on one game of back to backs given his history with hamstrings. I am questioning, however, the part related to Conley being out where we ask veteran Ingles to play extra minutes in a back to back. He played 34 minutes in the Orlando game on the back half of the back to back and he still looked a bit cooked last night. Ingles hinted in the pre-season press day that he could use some load management himself this season. Imo, we need to either lessen Ingles per game minutes in back to backs or maybe even give him the night off where Conley is playing and let some of Paschall, Gay, Forrest and Butler soak up a resting Ingles' minutes.
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Re: Game 11: Atlanta Hawks (4-7) @ Utah Jazz (7-3) 

Post#8 » by red4hf » Thu Nov 11, 2021 12:04 am

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red4hf wrote:Nice win...... Jazz definitely should be resting Conley on back to backs, and against weak teams......


I don't think anybody here is opposing resting Conley on one game of back to backs given his history with hamstrings. I am questioning, however, the part related to Conley being out where we ask veteran Ingles to play extra minutes in a back to back. He played 34 minutes in the Orlando game on the back half of the back to back and he still looked a bit cooked last night. Ingles hinted in the pre-season press day that he could use some load management himself this season. Imo, we need to either lessen Ingles per game minutes in back to backs or maybe even give him the night off where Conley is playing and let some of Paschall, Gay, Forrest and Butler soak up a resting Ingles' minutes.


Completely agree...... Jazz should be taking the same precautions with Ingles as with Conley......

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