By Gethin Coolbaugh, SB Nation
BOSTON -- Being a good musical conductor requires a wealth of knowledge and takes years of practice, and the same is true for being a good head coach. Sure, anyone could be put in charge of conducting a symphony, or a basketball team, but by no means does that ensure success.
The simple fact is, if you aren't properly prepared, you're likely going to fall flat on your face.
Tyrone Corbin had many years to prepare for his future head coaching position in Utah, and after a little more than a year on the job, he and his Jazz are finally starting to make sweet, sweet music.