Utah’s Ty Corbin Re-Thinking Starting Five
Thursday wasn’t just a day of football, feasting, family and fuzzy feelings for the Utah Jazz.
Before any pies or stuffing were inhaled, Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin put his players through a morning practice.
After Monday’s win over Houston, Corbin admitted to not being sold on the Jazz’s new starting lineup that includes the Big Three of Paul Millsap, Derrick Favors and Al Jefferson along with guards Mo Williams and Randy Foye.
But the coach wasn’t quite ready to divulge whether or not that group will start tonight against the Kings.
Corbin said he has a starting five in mind, but he wanted to solidify his decision and further evaluate before announcing it. For him, the most important thing is finding a combination that gives the Jazz the “best chance” to have good match-ups with the Kings.