Washington Wizards forget how to play defense vs. Utah Jazz
By Martin Renzhofer
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Feb 17, 2012 10:45PM MDT
Next time, maybe the Washington Wizards will listen to their coach.
Randy Wittman warned them about Utah Jazz big man Al Jefferson. Wittman, who took over for Flip Saunders, didn’t see the lack of defensive effort coming, either.
Jefferson went off for 26 points in the first half and finished with 34. Meanwhile, the Jazz reached the century mark for points after three quarters in what turned out to be a 114-100 laugher for Utah.
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