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News » Utah Jazz Roster Report 2009-03-02


Utah Jazz Roster Report 2009-03-02


Utah Jazz Roster Report 2009-03-02
ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Deron Williams, Shooting guard Ronnie Brewer, Small forward C.J. Miles, Power forward Carlos Boozer, Center Mehmet Okur. Bench -- Guard Ronnie Price, Guard Kyle Korver, Forward Matt Harpring, Forward Andrei Kirilenko, Forward Paul Millsap.

PLAYER NOTES:

--F Andrei Kirilenko played for a stretch in the second half as the Jazz's center alongside Matt Harpring with Mehmet Okur, Carlos Boozer and Paul Millsap all on the bench in foul trouble. Jazz coach Jerry Sloan credited his team with pushing the ball more with a small lineup in the game. Kirilenko had 12 points in 21 minutes.

--C Mehmet Okur led the Jazz with 23 points in 26 minutes, including 17 in the first quarter, but didn't even play in the fourth quarter. After he came back from the bench, Paul Millsap finished the game as the Jazz's center against the small-ball Warriors.

--G Deron Williams played the entire second half, even in the second game of a back-to-back set. Williams logged 42 minutes for the night. Ronnie Brewer also played the entire second half for the second consecutive game.

--G Kyle Korver had 17 points, his third double-figure scoring game out of the last four. Korver hit 7 of 12 shots and three three-pointers. In the last four games, Korver has connected on 18 of 32 shots (56.3 percent) and nine three-pointers.

MEDICAL WATCH:

--C Kyrylo Fesenko did not travel with the Jazz for Sunday's game in Golden State. Fesenko has been sick with a cold and has been inactive recently regardless. He could be headed to the NBA Development League's Utah Flash this week.


Author: Fox Sports
Author's Website: http://www.foxsports.com
Added: March 2, 2009

 

 
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