Quin Snyder Received His 1st Technical of the 2014-15 NBA Season

Dan Carson@@DrCarson73Trending Lead WriterNovember 19, 2014

YouTube

Quin Snyder is a terrifying human being.

The Utah Jazz head coach can look at you in ways you’ve never been looked at before. Specifically, his eyes impart the message “dinner.”

So it’s a small wonder that it's taken several weeks for Snyder to earn his first technical foul as a head coach for tearing into the officials.

Next Impulse Sports’ John Ferensen spotted video of the incident. Snyder picked up the tech during the second quarter of Tuesday night’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder after referees called a criminally tardy foul against Rudy Gobert in the paint.

The broadcast didn’t catch Snyder’s immediate reaction—he ran screaming up the sideline—but did manage to catch him telling his players to “wake up!”

Then there was this face:

YouTube

Unsurprisingly, the Jazz responded to Snyder’s fire. The team shored up the leaking defense and scrapped out a 98-81 win thanks to big nights from Alec Burks (20 points, 14 rebounds) and Trey Burke (17 points, nine assists). 

They played like their lives depended on it, which probably isn’t a figure of speech as much as the reality in this case. Snyder will have his win or take his tax in blood.

#TooManyBurk(e)s.

Related

    Sam Presti Praises Russ 🙌

    NBA logo
    NBA

    Sam Presti Praises Russ 🙌

    Scott Polacek
    via Bleacher Report

    Inside the Retro Jersey Culture of Summer League

    Anthony Randolph, Landry Fields—it's 'the Comic-Con of the NBA'

    Utah Jazz logo
    Utah Jazz

    Inside the Retro Jersey Culture of Summer League

    Anthony Randolph, Landry Fields—it's 'the Comic-Con of the NBA'

    Sean Highkin
    via Bleacher Report

    Our Way-Too-Early Projections For The 2019-20 NBA Season

    Utah Jazz logo
    Utah Jazz

    Our Way-Too-Early Projections For The 2019-20 NBA Season

    Neil Paine
    via FiveThirtyEight

    How Do Lakers Convince AD to Stay Next Summer?

    Five things the Lakers must do to keep Davis in LA

    NBA logo
    NBA

    How Do Lakers Convince AD to Stay Next Summer?

    Five things the Lakers must do to keep Davis in LA

    Preston Ellis
    via Bleacher Report