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News » Utah Jazz Notes, Quotes 2009-11-16

Utah Jazz Notes, Quotes 2009-11-16

Utah Jazz Notes, Quotes 2009-11-16--Deron Williams remained with his family in Utah dealing with a health scare involving one of his daughters. There had been some talk that Williams would attempt to join the team in Cleveland, but the family was still waiting to get back test results over the weekend. Coach Jerry Sloan said he didn't know if Williams would be on the court when the Jazz practice Monday in Utah.

--Rookie Eric Maynor continued to impress in his second NBA start. Maynor finished with 24 points and four assists and hit several impressive shots. He banked in a shot off the pick-and-roll in the second quarter and hit a jumper over Anderson Varejao. In the final minute, Maynor drove for a layup that gave the Jazz a 101-100 lead. He had scored 21 points combined all season before Saturday.

QUOTE TO NOTE: "That's what great players do. They finish you off the right way." -- Jazz coach Jerry Sloan, on LeBron James' fourth-quarter dominance.

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