The Utah Jazz have lost 7 of their last 8 games, including four straight and are currently tied with the Lakers for the 8th best record in the Western Conference. They are now in serious danger of falling out of the playoffs. There is no simple way to fix their problems, but the first place for coach Ty Corbin to start, should be fixing his starting lineup and rotations. It must also be mentioned that they already have one of the strangest rotations in the NBA. Their best perimeter scorer, Gordon Hayward comes off of the bench, they start two combo guards, Mo Williams and Randy Foye and have zero defense in their starting frontcourt. If they fix their lineup, it could get them back on track, but doing nothing will most likely kick them out of the playoffs. Coach Ty Corbin has already made one change, taking Marvin Williams out of the starting lineup for DeMarre Carroll, but that is simply not enough.
Current Depth Chart
PG: Mo Williams/ Jamal Tinsley/ Earl Watson
SG: Randy Foye/Gor...