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The Utah Jazz were without starting center Al Jefferson and shooting guard Raja Bell for Monday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers.
Josh Howard and Derrick Favors joined the starting lineup in their absence.
Jefferson is out with inflammation in his right ankle. He is averaging a team-best 17.9 points along with 9.0 rebounds.
Bell, who has started every game this season...
To say the least, the Jazz had it rough last week. First they blow a big lead to the Raptors and end up losing in double OT. Then a Dirk-less Dallas shows us the importance of the three pointer, draining 11 of them en route to another Jazz loss. Thankfully, we (barely) survived a home game vs the Jimmers Kings. Going 1-2 isn’t ever fun, but it is something we will have to get used...
Portland Trailblazers at Utah Jazz Running Game Diary. First Quarter 12:00 Camby the oldest man the Association 11:43 The token horrible first foul by Favors 10:50 1-2 great game thus far... ugly everywhere. 10:04 Refs calling this game tighter than “No Comment” 8:45 Millsap gets impregnated by three Blazers at once. 3-3 8:21 Hayward gets pinned against the glass both him and...
Jeremy Evans of the Utah Jazz wants a spot in the dunk competition this year, and from the looks of it it seems very doable. Check out the below dunk which Evans nailed by jumping directly over teammate Earl Watson.
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Jeremy Evans displays his hangtime with this dunk over teammate Earl Watson. Great body control and creativity for a forward of his size.
Gordon Hayward scored a season-high 21 points and C.J. Miles added 20 as the Utah Jazz snapped a two-game losing streak, defeating Sacramento 96-93 and spoiling Jimmer Fredette's return to the state where "Jimmermania" began.
Howard cracks starting lineup
By BRIAN T. SMITH
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Jan 30, 2012 09:36PM MDT
Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin had two options Friday evening after learning starting shooting guard Raja Bell (strained right adductor) would be inactive against Portland: C.J. Miles or Josh Howard.
Corbin went with Howard. Not because Miles wasn’t ready for prime time. But...
Jazz defense fuels crucial 13-0 run
By Steve Luhm
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Jan 30, 2012 10:41PM MDT
Just when it appeared a spirited comeback would fall short, the Jazz rallied again Monday night and defeated Portland, 93-89.
Utah trailed by 11 in the third quarter before tying the game, 70-70.
When Portland’s Nicolas Batum buried three consecutive 3-point shots,...
Wesley Matthews' arrival in Portland last season helped the Trail Blazers turn around their fortunes against the Utah Jazz.
Matthews tormented his former team in 2010-11, and he'll hope to do the same as these Northwest Division rivals meet for the first time this season Monday night in Salt Lake City.
As an undrafted rookie two seasons ago, Matthews developed into a starter...
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Gordon Hayward scored 21 points, C.J. Miles had 20 and the Utah Jazz survived a tailor-made three-point attempt by Jimmer Fredette in the final seconds to beat the Sacramento Kings, 96-93, on Saturday night.
Northwest Division rivals clash in Salt Lake City Monday when the Utah Jazz play host to a Portland team that has struggled away from Rip City.
Utah Jazz center Al Jefferson and guard Raja Bell are sitting out against the Portland Trail Blazers because of injury.
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