Quin Snyder Rumors
The hard hat-toting Snyder left his message on a whiteboard in plain site for all the workers to see and can be viewed in the tweet below: To any having a hard time reading it, Quin’s message said the following: This is phenomenal. We are beyond grateful for your work. This partnership is in our team’s hands now. I will promise you we will work as hard as your team has and do our part. Go Jazz Building Something Special Built To Last Q.S.
Crews have been working almost around the clock over the past few months to finish the $125 million renovation of Vivint Arena by mid-September. On Wednesday, the Utah Jazz tweeted that head coach Quin Snyder toured the arena, where he wrote a message of gratitude and a pledge of hard work from his team to the Okland Construction workers who have been tasked with the big project.
“Ricky possesses a great feel for the game,” said Jazz head coach Quin Snyder. “His defense and ability to share the ball coupled with his floor leadership should make him an instant fit into what we are building.”
Quin Snyder: To further lament Gordon’s departure does not honor the commitment we have to our current players. Therefore, I would like to personally wish Gordon well as he and his family move on with his career. As we move forward, we’ll continue to focus our attention on the place it is most needed and wanted, our players and the entirety of the Jazz organization.”
Monday represented the last chance for the Jazz to impress Hayward on the direction of the franchise, Utah’s ability to win now and in the future. In doing so, the Jazz made a significant effort. They flew in Rubio from Spain. Jazz owner Gail Miller made the trip, along with President Steve Starks, general manager Dennis Lindsey and coach Quin Snyder. Gobert was in the room, along with Rodney Hood and Ingles.