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News » Utah Jazz Notes, Quotes 2009-12-10

Utah Jazz Notes, Quotes 2009-12-10

Utah Jazz Notes, Quotes 2009-12-10--The Jazz narrowly missed setting a franchise record for their fewest points in a quarter with their six-point fourth quarter in Wednesday's loss to the Lakers. They set the record with a five-point second quarter in a Dec. 1, 1981 game against the Lakers.

--Former Jazz announcer Hot Rod Hundley will be back in Utah calling games this weekend but as a member of the Lakers broadcasting crew. Hundley will fill in for six games while TV commentator Stu Lantz is away. Hundley called more than 3,000 games in his 35-year Jazz career before retiring last season. He played six seasons with the Lakers.

--For the first time since 2001, the Jazz franchise dropped in value according to Forbes annual rankings. The Jazz were estimated to be worth $343 million as the league's 15th most valuable franchise. The magazine estimated the Jazz to have made $7.9 million last season, when 12 of 30 teams posted operating losses.

QUOTE TO NOTE: "This is a great team to start with but they're also one of the great defensive teams. That's what's made them so good, their ability to get up and get after you." -- Jazz coach Jerry Sloan, on the Lakers' second-half defense.

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