Tyrone Corbin is currently in his first, full 82-game season as the Utah Jazz's head coach, after being the man selected to replace the legendary Jerry Sloan in 2011.
It's been a somewhat rocky campaign for Corbin, as the team has gone through a lot of roster changes, but he did successfully guide the Jazz to a playoff berth last season. As for this season, Corbin has had some trouble utilizing his players correctly, especially some of the younger talent that needs some seasoning.
Guys like Alec Burks and Enes Kanter are expected to be key future pieces for the Jazz, but they are both getting inconsistent minutes from Corbin, who seems more warm to the idea of using veteran guys like Jamaal Tinsley and Earl Watson.
Overall, the team has all but two players on the roster (Jeremy Evans and Kevin Murphy) who are playing at least 10 minutes a game, which demonstrates the heavy amount of indecision in Corbin, who has been tinkering with his lineups a bit too much.
Perhaps once the Jazz and Corbin solidify a consistent system of playing time, with more emphasis on their star players like Jefferson, Millsap and Hayward, they can start stringing wins together while developing more rhythm and chemistry on the court.