There wasn't much doubt on Monday who Tyrone Corbin preferred to have running the point for his team. In a close game, he left veteran Jamaal Tinsley on the bench and let Burks play final 22 minutes of the game. The second-year guard out of Colorado scored 14 points and decently shepherded the Jazz offense in a fourth-quarter comeback in an eventual 98-91 overtime win over Sacramento. Corbin said he playing Burks alongside Randy Foye allows the team the option of either guy initiating the offense or drifting into a secondary, off-ball role.
So, if Corbin likes that look so much, should Alec Burks be starting?
Here's Corbin's thoughts: