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Jazz hope to snap four-game losing streak against Houston
By Steve Luhm
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Feb 29, 2012 06:23PM MDT
The Utah Jazz attempt to snap a four-game losing streak Wednesday night, when they play host to the Houston Rockets at EnergySolutions Arena.
The 7 p.m. game will be aired on Root Sports.
The Jazz, coming off a 103-96 loss at Sacramento on Tuesday night, have dropped to 15-18 this season. The have lost nine of their last 11 games.
Utah will be without two starters and No. 3 point guard Jamaal Tinsley against Houston.
Shooting guard Raja Bell will miss his fourth straight game with an adductor st...
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C.J. Miles scored a season-high 27 points and the Utah Jazz beat Houston 104-83 on Wednesday night, halting a four-game losing streak and the Rockets' four-game winning streak.
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C.J. Miles scored a season-high 27 points and the Utah Jazz beat Houston 104-83 on Wednesday night, halting a four-game losing streak and the Rockets' four-game winning streak. Devin Harris added 19 points for Utah, which avenged a 101-85 loss in Houston on Feb. 19. Luis Scola led Houston with 18 points, while Kyle Lowery was held to 13 on 4-of-9 shooting after scoring 32 in the first meeting.
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