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News » Utah Jazz Notes, Quotes 2009-11-30

Utah Jazz Notes, Quotes 2009-11-30

Utah Jazz Notes, Quotes 2009-11-30--The Jazz had to finish Saturday's game with only eight players in the second half after Paul Millsap and Andrei Kirilenko left with injuries. Both are considered minor: Millsap suffered a bruised left knee and Kirilenko a strained lower back. Millsap hoped to practice Sunday and play Monday while Kirilenko said he could be out anywhere from two-to-six days. The Jazz had only three players on their bench -- Kyrylo Fesenko, Eric Maynor and Kosta Koufos -- much of the second half.

--Jazz coach Jerry Sloan can sympathize with New Jersey coach Lawrence Frank, even if he's never dealt with anything worse than a nine-game losing streak in his 22 seasons in Utah. Frank and the Nets have opened 0-16 and are on the brink of the worst start in NBA history. Sloan noted that during his playing days in Chicago, the Bulls dropped a close game to the 76ers to open the 1972-73 season. The Sixers went on to finish with the worst record (9-73) in NBA history. "This is a very fickle business, and if you don't understand that, it can eat you alive," Sloan said.

QUOTE TO NOTE: "I've got a little flash in my game every now and then." -- Deron Williams, who threw a between-the-legs pass as well as an over-the-shoulder pass in Saturday's game.

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