Boston's Home Court Advantage & Quin Snyder's Sudden Resignation
The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix and Howard Beck
Mannix and Beck break down how the Celtics look alright heading into game 3 with home court advantage despite having horrendous third quarters in the first two games and how Draymond Green gets officiated differently. We also take a look at the sudden resignation of Quin Snyder as head coach of the Utah Jazz and some of the statements made by Darvin Ham in his introductory press conference with the LakersSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Most Valuable Him, Ratings in the Toilet, and Quin Snyder to Duke?
Titus & Tate
Mark Titus and Tate Frazier are back after the Golden State’s win in Game 2 of the NBA Finals to give their biggest takeaways on the game and low ratings (05:00), and more importantly, sort out the Most Valuable Him (19:30). Then they discuss Quin Snyder leaving the Utah Jazz and where this puts him in the Coach K Successor Power Rankings (42:30). They wrap up the show with shoutouts and closeouts (55:30). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How you win games -preperation, execution, skill and maturity. Quin Snyder on Rudy Gay
Locked On Jazz - Daily Podcast On The Utah Jazz
The Utah Jazz won a close NBA game against the Sacramento Kings last night. The win was a great example of why some teams win. The Jazz win had coaching, execution, skill and maturity. Those are the difference makers in the NBA. David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider brings you the daily podcast on the Utah Jazz, Locked On Jazz, Now live each morning on You TubeIn addition, Locke takes us to Quin Snyder's comments about Rudy Gay and Rudy Gobert from pre-game press conference the night before. Mike Conley's defense is helped by Rudy Gobert but it is worth commenting on and what do we do about Jordan Clarkson's shooting. Finally, a different take on the Jazz missing shots actually the Jazz might be getting lucky. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Quin Snyder tells the why to build trust, Mike Conley and Jared Butler are intertwinned, the worst draft class
Locked On Jazz - Daily Podcast On The Utah Jazz
David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, brings you the daily podcast on the Utah Jazz, Locked On Jazz.Now live on You Tube for every episode.In today's episode Locke starts the show with a quote from Quin Snyder about why he is getting buy in from his veterans and why the team is so focussed.Locke then takes a look at Mike Conley and Jarod Butler and how their seasons are intertwinned. Conley has been a standout in camp after an off-season of changing habits and is thriving at an older age. Butler is the young gun and his play may relieve the burden on Mike Conley.Kevin O'Conner of the Ringer wrote a great piece on Rudy Gobert and his journey.Dante Exum and Jabari Parker were released and it turns out the one season the Utah Jazz were built to lose was for one of the worst draft classes of all time.Plus, a parting thought on the value of being in a small market. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Quin Snyder was a McDonald’s All-American coming out of high school, eventually going on to play basketball at Duke, where he went to 3 Final Fours as a player. Upon graduation, he thought about pursuing a professional career playing basketball, but instead decided to pursue a law degree. While doing that, he fell back in love with the game of basketball. This conversation is going to be about his journey to falling back in love with and enjoying basketball. At the age of 32, Quin became the head coach of the University of Missouri Men’s Basketball Team. It looked as if he was the next bright star in coaching, and then that came crumbling down when he got fired. He then found himself coaching in the D-League with the Austin Toros, who were part of the San Antonio Spurs organization. Quin bounced around quite a bit and learned a ton along the way, and that is where he really fell back in love with the game and with coaching. Today, he’s the head coach of the Utah Jazz, a perennial playoff team in the NBA. Quin has been integral in creating an incredible culture and an incredible core of young players in Utah. In this episode, we discuss Dr. Jerry’s impact on Quin as a coach (6:31), if Quin’s father coached with joy (10:15), if his mom was someone who cared deeply about joy or if joy was something Quin fell upon later in life (13:42), his perspective as a coach when he was younger (17:28), how he thinks about success and failure (22:28), what he gets from coaching that he wouldn’t get in another profession (25:06), being part of both Duke and the Spurs (27:43), how he thinks about balance between coaching and home life (35:05), values and culture in Utah (41:26), what he’s built and is building in Utah (47:56), and if he has a mission statement or coaching philosophy that guides him as a coach (52:05). Thank you so much to Quin for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening. -Brian