Posted by: TACOREV on November 17th, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
The Jazz come up short in an up-and-down contest.
The stats were pretty even for the most part, but the +/- stats were very telling: The starters were on average -13.6, while the reserves were +9.6. The Sixers’ starters were +13.2 and their backups were -7.2.
Millsap led the Jazz with 22 & 7. Carroll was big off the bench, scoring 17 with a +/- of +11 — highest on the team along with Kanter. Jefferson had 15 & 9, but posted a very ugly +/- with -19.
Jrue Halliday led Philadelphia with 26 points, seven assists, and six rebounds. Jason Richardson had 20 & 8, while Thaddeus Young added 14 & 8 — with an impressive +/- of +24.
1-2 on the road trip now, with the winless Wizards on the block Saturday night in D.C.
Jazz player of the game: Paul Millsap
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