For the last season or two I have felt apathetic and disinterested towards the success and failures of the team. I have tried to recognize that the team is in a state of transition so it shouldn't really matter what the team does or doesn't do since Jerry "retired" and Deron was traded. I have tried to be patient.

I recognize that Ty is likely the rebound coach after Jerry was dumped. I don't think he is the long term successor of Jerry. I try to remember that Al Jefferson won't be on the team that much longer. We won't always be playing Al ball instead of Jazz basketball.

I know it doesn't make sense to those who read my posts or follow me on twitter. I am pretty emotional but its all just a temporary reaction. I don't feel what I had felt for over 20 years of being a Jazz fan. There has been a disconnect through out my joy and frustration following the team for the last two and half seasons.

Tonight watching the Jazz lose to the Kings must have been the tipping point for me, a tipping point that I didn't realize was brewing within me.

What is going on with our team? How can the Jazz repeatedly make the same mistakes over and over and over again. The startling lineup of Al, Paul, Marv, Foye and Tinsely SUCKS. Seriously how many times does Coach Corbin need to see the team fall behind before he makes an adjustment. It took Ty three games to snap Favors out of the startling lineup last year and he wasn't even causing the team to play horribly. Ty took Hayward out of the startling lineup earlier this season, along with Marvin Williams for a bit just to sneak Foye (his lover boy) into the starting lineup. Ty wasn't afraid to make changes then why is he now when things are worse?! Yes we have won but with an incredibly easy home heavy schedule and the starters have overall still played horribly collectively even in our wins.