NBA: Utah Jazz’s offense stands still and wings pay the price
By Brian T. Smith
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Jan 1, 2012 05:37PM MDT
Four games into a new season, the Jazz’s slightly rebuilt offense has been defined by two unattractive facts: The ball is sticking and points seldom come easy.
While starters Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap and Devin Harris still form the core of Utah’s attack, everything from an abbreviated training camp and minimal regular-season practice to a starting rotation that settled in only Saturday during a road loss to San Antonio has contributed to the Jazz’s struggles.
Several players said deeper issues...
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