Jazz’s Corbin: ‘We’ve Got to Get Better’
If the Utah Jazz play like they did in the first half of Saturday night’s game, center Enes Kanter says, “nobody can beat us.”
And if they play like they did in the second half?
Well, it could be a very long season.
The Jazz built up a 19-point lead over the Houston Rockets only to let the visitors affect a 30-point swing to close out the game, sending the crowd at EnergySolutions Arena headed out the doors early, and handing the Jazz a 104-93 loss.
After the game, Jazz coach Ty Corbin said Houston showed its experience in the comeback, while the Jazz showed their lack thereof in the collapse.
“We’ve got to get better,” he said. “We’re a young group. We should be in it. We should have more energy. We’ll go back to work. It’s frustrating learning the same lessons over and over and over again, but that’s where we are. We’ll keep working and hopefully we’ll get better.”