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Utah Jazz guard Jamaal Tinsley will miss Tuesday's game in Indiana due to personal reasons.Tinsley has recently been filling in as the team's starting point guard. Regular starters Earl Watson, Devin Harris and Raja Bell have all been battling injuries.Tinsley is averaging 1.3 points and 2.1 assists in 10 games for the Jazz this season.
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