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News » Utah Jazz Notes, Quotes 2009-11-10

Utah Jazz Notes, Quotes 2009-11-10

Utah Jazz Notes, Quotes 2009-11-10--The Jazz's victory Monday was their first in New York in six seasons. They last beat the Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Feb. 20, 2004. Andrei Kirilenko is the lone holdover on either team's roster from that game. Both Carlos Boozer and Deron Williams had never won in New York with the Jazz before Monday.

--The Jazz could be without a point guard or two for Wednesday's game in Boston. Williams' back locked up in the second quarter against the Knicks, and he opted to come back in the second half only because backup Ronnie Price had left with a sprained left big toe earlier in the quarter. Williams played all but 1:27 in the second half despite his balky back.

QUOTE TO NOTE: "Nothing against Eric Maynor, but we needed this win and I wanted to try to stick it out if I could." -- G Deron Williams on why he opted to play the second half Monday despite a bad back. Maynor, a rookie, is the Jazz's No. 3 point guard.

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