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NEW YORK -- Mo Williams scored 19 points, including a clutch 3-pointer midway through the fourth quarter that gave his team the lead for good, and the Utah Jazz came from behind to topple the Brooklyn Nets 92-90 Tuesday. The Nets blew a double-digit, first-half lead en route to a loss for the sixth time this season. Brooklyn led by 13 at halftime. The Jazz (14-12) lost their previous two games. The visit to Brooklyn was the beginning a four-game road trip. The Nets (13-11) lost for the seventh time in their past nine games. Five Utah players reached double figures. Other than Williams, the Jazz received 16 points and 11 rebounds from Al Jefferson and 13 from former Nets forward Derrick Favors. Paul Milsap added 12, and Marvin Williams had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Jazz. The Nets were led by Joe Johnson, who had 21 points, and Brook Lopez, who had 16. Deron Williams, the former Jazz All-Star who was critical of the Nets' style of play prior to the game, had 14 poi...
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Mo Williams scored 19 points, Al Jefferson had 16 points and 11 rebounds, and the Utah Jazz beat the Brooklyn Nets 92-90 Tuesday night despite nearly throwing away the victory.
Utah turned it over on two inbounds passes in the final 31 seconds, the last leading to a Nets steal. They pushed it up and got a potential go-ahead 3-pointer from Gerald Wallace that missed. The Jazz escaped...
Deron Williams and Joe Johnson will need to improve their shooting for the Nets to reach their potential.credit: nydailynews.com
After deciding to re-sign with the Nets for the long-term during the offseason, point guard Deron Williams has yet to find his shooting touch. In 23 games, D-Will is only shooting 39% from the field, and 30% from the three-point line.
With their two best...
If you happen to be looking for the hustle play of Tuesday night's NBA action, you might want to check out this effort from Utah Jazz forward Gordon Hayward.Watch as he swats the shot of Brooklyn Nets guard MarShon Brooks and then on the fastbreak on the other end, Gordon drops a nice assist to Derrick Favors:
Tweet In a crowded Utah Jazz frontcourt containing Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap, and Marvin Williams third-year man Derrick Favors has been steadily making his case to head coach Tyrone Corbin for increased minutes. Through 21 games Favors is averaging 9.1 points, 6.8 rebounds, and 1.8 blocked shots, all career-highs. He added to those numbers [...]
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