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Ex-Aggie Nelson back in camp   There are a lot of familiar faces in training camp for theUtahJazz, including one who has never played a regular-season game for them. 
Submitted on: 2009-09-28

Challenged by the team's management, Andrei Kirilenko spent the summer adding muscle mass.   Asked how much Andrei Kirilenko weighs these days,UtahJazz strength coach Mark McKown smiles mischievously. 
Submitted on: 2009-09-28

Williams, ankle both feel stronger   During the offseason, Deron Williams took a couple of months off to rest his ankle, went golfing, played dodgeball, rode his bicycle, roamed the outfield on a softball team and did some traveling. 
Submitted on: 2009-09-28

Sloan not ready to declare Boozer, Millsap starter   One, Carlos Boozer, will make about $12. 
Submitted on: 2009-09-28

A.K. adds 20 pounds of muscle and new haircut   Andrei Kirilenko didn't do himself any favors if he was trying to rid himself of those Ivan Drago comparisons. 
Submitted on: 2009-09-27

Boozer happy to be in camp, Jazz happy to have him   Playing Basketball isn't the only thing that makes Carlos Boozer smile. 
Submitted on: 2009-09-27

Kirilenko can vouch for billionaire   Having first met Mikhail Prokhorov when he was 17 and having played for his CSKA Moscow team before coming to theJazz, Andrei Kirilenko is uniquely qualified to speak about the Russian billionaire and prospective owner of the New Jersey Nets. 
Submitted on: 2009-09-27

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Submitted on: 2009-09-27

Boozer is back: Forward puts wild offseason behind him   While navigating the local television circuit after last season ended, Greg Miller expressed disappointment in Carlos Boozer's leadership and defense. 
Submitted on: 2009-09-27

Korver, other Jazz players say they feel no animosity toward Boozer   It was obvious Carlos Boozer was getting tired with the line of questioning he was getting peppered with by the assembled media on Friday afternoon. 
Submitted on: 2009-09-27

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