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IND to rest George, West & Stephenson at ORL. Limited mins. for Hibbert & Hill. Vegas has Magic -4. More lotto luck coming for the Jazz?
Credit for Kanter/Favors improvement goes to both of them but also to Corbin who has been very careful of who they are paired against
Of the 30 most used 2 man lineups over the last 20 games the best 2 man line-up for Jazz ... KANTER AND FAVORS
The NBA without Sen. Kohl will be a lesser place.
Nutty season - Gordon Hayward has higher FG% in restricted area than Alec Burks and Burks has a better 3pt% than Hayward.
Last 20 games - Alec Burks is averaging 15 pts, 3 rebs and 3 ast more importantly shooting 49% and 37% from 3 while taking 5 FTA per game
You make our community better, you deserve some credit.
H/T to Jazz, AAA, AT&T, CenturyLink, Utah Ford Dealerships, KeyBank, Mountain America CU, Washakie Renewable Energy and Western Governors U.
Also thought it was pretty neat that the Utah Jazz and eight partners will have contributed almost $200,000 to charities by season's end.
Wonder how good of a player I would've been had I done Jr Jazz instead of playing church ball (well, and not been short, fat and unathletic)
If Michael Carter Williams is everyone's rookie of the year then I am confused why it isn't Trey Burke?
Hotel chillin in Minnesota
This is what I had in mind in October, when I picked the Knicks to win the East. I know, I know ...
Need to hear a summer banger already
Andre Kirilinko averaged 16.5 points in '03-04. Hayward would have to score 55 on Wednesday at Minnesota to average 16.5.
Gordon Hayward will lead the Jazz in scoring this season. His average (16.1) is the lowest for a team leader in franchise history.
Just realized: NBA's No. 1 scorer Kareem led the league in scoring only twice ('70-71, '71-72). No. 2 scorer Karl Malone never did.
Finally this Future leaked
ICYMI, there were some impressive sights in the sky last night. "Supernova Stockton: His star still shines bright" http://t.co/R4gCsbDlby
His star still shines bright. http://t.co/R4gCsbDlby
Blood moon or Mailmoon? http://t.co/UCacDuMAN1
The only other Coach of the Year option is Popovich, in my opinion.
Jeff Hornacek should be Coach of the Year. I submit ninth in the West with his roster is a greater accomplishment than any in the East.
Last home game of the season. Really going to miss these guys. Until I see them at locker clean out Thursday. http://t.co/EwR0OUsma9
Enes: "It's tough, man, especially against the Lakers. It doesn't matter if we're last in the West. It's always nice to beat the Lakers."
Asked what he's learned this season, Gordon Hayward said, "I learned that I can be the guy. Just have to be more consistent."
Ty—All the talk about where we are, what's going on & what we're trying to do, it wears on them & tonight we gave into the talk a little bit
This man is not happy. http://t.co/9hpQ3B2g6x
Ty Corbin: "It’s been an interesting year. I have a lot evaluating to do that I want to do for myself and figure out what’s my next step."
Jazz players are throwing balls into the crowd — some more enthusiastically than others — to continue a home-finale tradition.
Jazz lose, er, win, er lose/win 119-104 to the Lakers.
Final: Lakers 119, Jazz 104.
Burke, Garrett, Clark, Thomas and Gobert on the floor with 2:25 left. Lakers up 116-97.
Probably a good thing this is the Jazz's last home game. Can't imagine anyone would come to another one.
Lakers were on a 23-3 run before that Burks bucket.
4th highest scoring night of Nick Young career
Swaggy Lake City.
Jazz have 0 FG's in the last 6 minutes
6:00 minutes since the Jazz last field goal
Lakers, who once trailed by 13, now lead Jazz by 10 points. In other words, this might go down as the best comeback of Utah's season.
Nick Young might be your season MVP, Jazz tank fans. He's up to 33 points. Lakers on an 11-0 run to start the fourth.
The Lakers have their Swaggy P back.
You suppose Wiggins, Parker, Randle, Gordon, et al are interested in the fourth quarter of Jazz-Laker game?
Jazz and Lakers tied at 86 after three.
Jazz convert 10 of 11 possessions ... and trail Lakers by three.
Jazz convert 10 straight possessions ... and lead Lakers by one.
Jazz and Lakers trading baskets — and leads — at this point. L.A. with the 73-72 advantage at the moment; 4:58 left in the third.
Lakers finished the half on a 19-2 run. Jazz fans delirious ...
Halftime: Lakers 57, Jazz 51. Utah led by as much as 13. Hayward has 16 points at the break. Nick Young with 17 points.
While the Jazz and I were planning our vacations, the Lakers somehow took a 57-51 halftime lead.
Bear just had Erik Murphy sign a young boy's cast. Good luck to that kid explaining who Erik Murphy is.
OK, enough of this game. I'm going back to planning my Caribbean cruise excursions. Belize cave tubing anyone?
Farewell until 2014-15, Happy Pharrell. (OK, who am I kidding. Hear you again in the second half.)
Ushers dancing on court during timeout. Do they do this at the Laker games?
Gordon Hayward is shooting 41 percent on the year. He's 6-of-8 for 14 points so far tonight. Jazz up 40-29 midway through Q2.
Lakers fans at EnergySolutions Arena are probably wondering why Kobe, Nash and Pau haven't played yet tonight.
The Jazz are trying to tank and they're still beating the Lakers 30-23 after the first quarter.
Alec Burks pre-game: "We've got to play to the end. We're not quitters." Alec Burks first quarter: 10 points, 3 rebounds. Jazz up 30-23.
Boston is about to lose to Philly for the second time in 10 days. That lottery race gets real tight if the Jazz win here. Up 27-19 early.
Swaggy P! http://t.co/K3SBFKxlrc
It's early, but it looks to me like the Jazz will have to work awfully hard to lose to these Lakers ...
Farewell until 2014-15, Kiss Cam.