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Old 04-07-2012, 03:41 PM   #1
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Default Small lineup shows roster versatility

In the Jazzís road win over Portland, coach Tyrone Corbin went big, placing Paul Millsap at small forward and forcing the Trailblazers to match up with his Utah Jazz, something they couldnít do.

On Friday night, Corbin went the other way against the Golden State Warriors, going with a small lineup that featured two point guards on the floor for most of the second half.

Corbin has never been one to hesitate to coach by instinct. So, going into a two-game mini series with San Antonio, will that be the end of the unusual lineups?

"You never know," Corbin said. "Iíve told everyone that they have to be ready. Minutes may fluctuate, they know that, but we have to do whatever we can to win games."

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Default Re: Small lineup shows roster versatility

He needs to continue being more flexible. Finally played Evans at the 3 today too.
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