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SALT LAKE CITY - Quin Snyder knows he has his work cut out for him with the Utah Jazz, but also feels he has the support of owne Antworten

SALT LAKE CITY - Quin Snyder knows he has his work cut out for him with the Utah Jazz, but also feels he has the support of ownership to build the team back to a perennial playoff contender. Discount NFL Jerseys . "For a coach to have the loyalty of the ownership group, you feel you dont need to skip steps," Snyder said Saturday as he was introduced as the teams eighth head coach, and the first since 1979 hired from outside the organization. "Its a process and sometimes there is pressure to accelerate that process but we want to build something that will last." Snyder, who just completed his first season as an assistant with the Atlanta Hawks, takes over a team with a talented core of players 24 years old and younger. The Jazz also have two first round picks, including No. 5 overall, in the upcoming NBA draft. Utah was also reportedly considering Chicago assistant Adrian Griffin, NBA coaching veteran Alvin Gentry and Jazz assistant Brad Jones. However, Synders reputation for player development played a primary role in landing the job. "Trust is something thats earned," said Snyder, who has also been an assistant with the Los Angeles Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers and Los Angeles Clippers. "It takes time but with players, they always respond when you give yourself to them and help them get better. They then give back to you. Those relationships are what drive player development." Snyder is the first outsider hired to lead the Jazz since former Houston Rockets coach Tom Nissalke for the franchises first season in Utah after moving from New Orleans. After playing at Duke, Snyder — who has gained a reputation as a keen offensive mind with excellent communication skills — was an assistant for Larry Brown with the Clippers and then earned an MBA-law degree at Duke before assisting Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski for six seasons. He was seen as a rising star in the college coaching ranks when he led Missouri to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament in 2002 and posted a 128-96 record over seven seasons. The team faltered toward the tail end of that time and he resigned as the school was placed on probation for minor infractions. "There was a point in my career when I left Missouri when I just wasnt sure I wanted to continue coaching," Snyder said. "I had to rediscover my passion for the game over the next few years and I was so fortunate to work with an amazing calibre of coaches." Utah general manager Dennis Lindsey, who was previously in the San Antonio front office, became closely acquainted with Snyder when he coached the Austin Toros, the Spurs NBA Development League affiliate, from 2007-10. "We decided with Austin that we would focus of development rather than winning, but what happened is that we developed players and helped the highest number of players matriculate to the NBA during that stretch. We also won a lot of games at the same time," Lindsey said. Snyder served as an assistant with CSKA Moscow under Ettore Messina and has also coached with Doug Collins and Gregg Popovich in the past few years. "Ive had a chance to work with some of the best minds in basketball," Snyder said. "Its humbling to think how Ive been able to be around those people like Coach K, Coach Pop, R.C. Buford. Through those opportunities, you know what you dont know. But Id like to think I took advantage of it." Snyder inherits a team that went 112-146 in 3 1/2 years under Tyrone Corbin — including 25-57 last season, the franchises worst mark since going 24-58 in its first year in Utah. "I love this game. Its been good to me and I have a passion for it," Snyder said. "I love player development and thats something thats central to me. I want to help these young men get better." 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Patrick DAmico added two for the Pats, Braden Christoffer had a single and Morgan Klimchuk chipped in a goal and four assists.Villanova, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - Having recently climbed to the No. 5 spot in this weeks AP poll, the Villanova Wildcats play host to the Xavier Musketeers in Big East Conference action on Wednesday night. Xavier comes in sporting a solid 11-5 record, but the team is just 2-2 in conference after bouncing back and forth between wins and losses since New Years Eve. A 70-53 victory at home over Georgetown got things started in a positive manner for the Musketeers, but that was followed by a 71-68 loss at DePaul. A 69-58 triumph over a ranked Seton Hall squad got the team feeling pretty good about itself once again, but the euphoria was short-lived as it suffered an 88-76 setback at Butler last Saturday. Xavier is 9-0 at home this season, but just 1-3 in true road games. Save for a 66-61 overtime loss at Seton Hall on Jan. 3, Villanova has been perfect this season. Coach Jay Wrights club is 15-1, and owns a 3-1 league ledger. Since the loss to the Pirates, the Wildcats have posted double-digit wins over St. Johns (90-72) and DePaul (81-64), with the decision against the Blue Demons running their record at home this season to 10-0. Villanova owns a commanding 18-4 lead in the all-time series with Xavier, which includes victories in both meetings a season ago. The Wildcats are the only team the Musketeers, now in their second run through the Big East, have not beaten at least once in conference play. Butler used an eye-popping 32-of-45 performance at the free-throw line to upend visiting Xavier over the weekend. A sizable 37-26 rebounding advantage also helped the Bulldogs, who allowed the Musketeers to shoot 46.4 percent from the field, but only 27.8 percent from 3-point range. Matt Stainbrook scored a game-high 21 points to pace Xavier, which also got double-digit scoring efforts from Remy Abell (15), Dee Davis (11) and Jalen Reynolds (11). Davis also helped his teammates stay involved by handing out seven assists, while four guys were crediited with five rebounds. Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping. Xavier is scoring a healthy 79 ppg, thanks to its near 50 percent shooting effort and 74.6 percent performance at the charity stripe. Trevon Bluiett leads the team with 12.8 ppg, and he grabs 5.1 rpg, while Stainbrook has a line consisting of 12.4 points and 7.3 caroms per contest. Abell (10.1 ppg) rounds out the units double-digit scorers, although Dee Davis (9.9 ppg, 5.6 rpg), Myles Davis (9.2 ppg) and Reynolds (8.9 ppg) are close to joining the ranks. XUs defensive effort allows the opposition to generate 67.6 ppg, and the Musketeers are on the plus side of things with regard to both rebounding (+4.8) and turnover (+2.2) margin. Villanova got off to a fast start in its recent tilt against DePaul, knocking down 62.1 percent of its field goal attempts in taking a 45-24 lead at intermission. From there, the Wildcats cruised as Darrun Hilliard scored 21 points, Ryan Arcidiacono had 14 and Kris Jenkins 10 in the winning effort. Both Hilliard and Arcidiacono hit four 3-pointers apiece, helping VU go 13- of-29 from distance. Conversely, the Blue Demons shot just 39.2 percent from the floor, and lost rather convincingly despite claiming an 18-8 edge in points from the foul line. The Cats controlled the paint, outscoring DePaul there 30-10, and they also outpointed the visitors off turnovers (17-10) as well as out on the break (14-2). Its becoming a broken record, but Villanova possesses one of the more balanced attacks in the country, as five players are averaging double figures in scoring, with the highest (Hilliard, 13.5 ppg) and lowest (Daniel Ochefu and Josh Hart, 10.1 ppg) separated by only a few points. The Wildcats pride themselves on playing solid defense as well, with foes netting a mere 60.5 ppg behind typical shooting outputs of .403 overall and .296 from 3-point range. They goad the opposition into just under 16 turnovers per outing, while logging a +3.9 rebounding differential. ' ' '

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