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Quin Snyder has ended his tenure as the head coach of the Utah Jazz saying the team needed "a new voice" and he "couldn't find a path forward." After 8 years it is a big blow to the Utah Jazz, but not a death blow. Snyder gave the Utah Jazz an advantage every night with his preperation, detailed approach and passion.
David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, looks back at the tenure of Quin Snyder and some of the best moments and moments when he knew Quin was a special leader for the Utah Jazz.
Why would Snyder believe they needed "a new voice" and he couldn't find the "path forward." A look at how the Utah Jazz got to this point.
Now Danny Ainge and Ryan Smith will have their impact. What can we learn from Danny Ainge's past two hires. Only one thing, conviction, as his two hires Doc Rivers and Brad Stevens were very different.
Does this increase the chances that Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert can find their path together? That argument can be made.
3:00: Locke's personal Quin Snyder thoughts
6:00 Quin Snyder is authenticity
7:00 Quin Snyder memories
12:00 Why a new voice is needed
16:00 How things changed ?
22:00 What to expect from Danny Ainge
25: 00 Why it is not a death blow
28:00 What does it mean for Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert
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