Quin Snyder admitted that the current situation with the coronavirus has changed his perspective as coach.
The head coach of the Utah Jazz said he and his coaching team are dealing with new challenges, due to the extended season hiatus and the Orlando “bubble”.
“You kind of assume that because the season’s been going that you don’t have as much to do, because you can keep doing what you’re doing. For us, that was really not the case on a couple levels.
Early in the year, in training camp, we had so many new players that I coached our team a little bit like a younger team. Looking back on that, I may have done it a little differently. This time, we did do it differently,” Snyder said in a Zoom call Saturday, via Eric Walden of The Salt Lake Tribune.