Quin Snyder Rumors

Down three point guards, on the second night of a back-to-back, the Utah Jazz grinded out a 110-102 win over the Chicago Bulls on Saturday night. “Good work by our guys,” head coach Quin Snyder said. “Last night was a really emotional game. They knew they needed each other. To come back and do it again was hard.” The win was also a milestone for Snyder: his 200th victory as the franchise’s head coach. But, once again, he wouldn’t take the credit for the accomplishment. “It’s a number, but it does make you really appreciative,” Snyder said. “They keep track of those things for coaches but it’s everybody: the players, general manager Dennis Lindsey, the Miller family, team president Steve Starks. You just feel appreciative and grateful to have an opportunity to do this.”
Jazz head coach Quin Snyder appreciates the work Mitchell has put in. But as Mitchell assumes more point guard duties once again, Snyder wants his leading scorer to stay true to himself. “In your thirst to improve, you can’t lose track of what makes you good,” Snyder said. “Donovan’s such a conscientious teammate. All of a sudden, if he’s trying to think too much about his teammates, that might not be the right way to think. He’s helping his teammates more when he’s attacking.”
Jazz players and coach Quin Snyder were hesitant to criticize referees for missing it after the loss in fear of being fined. “I’m not going to answer, but I think 100 percent of the people know the answer,” Rubio said. “I didn’t see it live, I saw that video,” said Jazz center Rudy Gobert added. “I mean, that’s a new move. I haven’t seen it before.”