Posted December 03, 2012 on
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Marvin Williams will miss his third straight game for the Utah Jazz because of concussion-like symptoms and Derrick Favors is out again Monday night against the Los Angeles Clippers because of plantar fasciitis in his right foot.
DeMarre Carroll will start at small forward in place of Williams.
Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin said the injuries are more of a defensive hit, especially with the Clippers in town.
Williams was averaging 10.4 points and 3.8 rebounds. Favors, a power forward, leads the team with 32 blocked shots and is third in rebounding with 7.5 a game.
Favors sat out Saturday's loss to Houston and an ultrasound Monday confirmed his injury. Favors and Williams remain day-to-day.
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If you happen to be looking for the poster dunk of the NBA weekend, you need to check out this clip from Sunday's Houston Rockets/Utah Jazz game.In the second quarter, James Harden came up with a steal and took down the ball down the court for the flush attempt.I'm going to guess that Jazz forward Gordon Hayward should probably get out of the way but he doesn't:
Check out the NBA’s top bloopers of November 2012 including a must-see interview between Charles Barkley and Gregg Popovich, Big Baby nose-diving into the crowd, and an uncalled for chest bump by Jazz guard, Randy Foye:
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