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According to ESPN, Utah Jazz guard Mo Williams will be out indefinitely with a right thumb injury. Jamaal Tinsley will take Williams’ place in the starting lineup. “It is tough, you don’t wish that on anybody,” Tinsley said of Williams. “This is just the nature of the beast. I get another opportunity to go out [...]
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Utah Jazz point guard Mo Williams will be out for the forseeable future.
The veteran spoke with his local media in regards to his thumb injury which he took on during the Jazz’s Saturday game against the Miami Heat.
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Mo Williams said after injuring his thumb Saturday night that it felt similar to the injury he suffered in 2008. That seems to be accurate. In 2008, Williams suffered a torn ligament, and he fears that is the case with this injury as well. An MRI Sunday revealed damage in the thumb, but he will be evaluated further as the swelling goes down.According to Bill Oram of The Salt...
The Utah Jazz lost their starting point guard last night. Now they must wait to see how long he'll be out. Mo Williams suffered a thumb injury and did not return for the second half of the game. The injury came mid-way through the second quarter of the Jazz's loss to the Miami Heat. According to Michael Wallace of ESPN, Williams is scheduled for an MRI today to judge...
The Utah Jazz announced Sunday that guard Mo Williams will be out indefinitely with a right thumb injury. Williams, who sustained the injury on Saturday, is averaging 12.9 points and 6.7 assists this season in 24 games, all starts. The extent of Williams' injury is unknown, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. Williams underwent an MRI on Sunday in Orlando nd will be re-examined...
The Utah Jazz will be without their starting point guard for a while. The team announced Sunday that Mo Williams has injured his right thumb and will be out indefinitely.
Williams injured the thumb in Utah’s loss to the Miami Heat on Saturday. A subsequent MRI revealed damage, but it is unknown exactly what the injury is or how long it will keep Williams out of action.
Since this is the season of giving, this clip from a recent Utah Jazz game might give you a nice warm feeling inside.Two young Jazz fans were brought out by the name of Connor and Chance to play a game of "Hot and Cold" for cash during a stoppage of play.The twist to the game was that their mother was the real prize as she had just returned from Afghanistan:
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He got a welcomed surprise.
Paul Millsap scored 18 points, Gordon Hayward added 17 and the Jazz survived a fourth-quarter rally to slip past the Magic...
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LeBron James made news recently when he announced that he will not participate in a dunk contest, something many had held out hope for. Last year’s winner, Jeremy Evans of the Utah Jazz, took the opportunity to take a subtle jab at the best player in the world.
Evans has had a hard time seeing consistent...
ORLANDO -- After getting hammered the night before in Miami and falling behind by 16 points in Orlando on Sunday night, the Utah Jazz could have packed it in early and headed home for the holidays. Instead, the Jazz just kept on plugging, scratching out a hard-fought, 97-93 victory over the Magic to close their Eastern swing with a win that proved how resilient they really are...
MIAMI Jeremy Evans might have been outscored 30-2 by LeBron James on Saturday. But there's something Evans says he has on the Miami Heat star.
The Utah Jazz forward is the defending NBA slam-dunk champion. He has no doubt who would win if he had the chance to take on James.
"I'm going to say I would," said Evans, whose Jazz fell 105-89 to Miami at AmericanAirlines...
ORLANDO -- Paul Millsap scored 18 points to lead the Utah Jazz to a 97-93 victory over the Orlando Magic on Sunday night at the Amway Arena. Reserve Gordon Hayward had 17 points, while Al Jefferson and Derrick Favors each had 12 for the Jazz (15-14). The Magic (12-15) got 20 points from Arron Afflalo, while Nikola Vucevic had 16 points and 16 rebounds. Orlando shot 50 percent...