Posted by: TACOREV on November 18th, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
After a putrid start (trailing 15-2 half way into the first quarter), the Jazz turn the tables and rally to defeat the winless Wizards.
Jefferson had a big second half, finishing with 21 & 13 to lead the Jazz. Only two other Jazzmen scored double figures: Hayward came off the bench for 15, while Mo added 12.
Yes, the lineup was shuffled coming into this game. Corbin started the three bigs (Millsap, Favors, and Jefferson) along with Mo and Foye. Marvin and Hayward were relegated to coming off the bench.
That new starting lineup stunk it up early, but improved over the course of the night.
Thoughts on the lineup? Do you think Corbin should keep it up, or go back to how it was before? Maybe make further alterations?
The Wiz only had two players in double figures, led by Jordan Crawford’s 20 & 8. Trevor Ariza put in 16 & 9.
The Jazz go 2-2 on the four game road trip, which we can’t feel too sheepish about with the way this team started the season on the road. But it needs to make significant improvements, and fast.
5-6 on the season, now headed back home to host the Rockets on Monday.
Jazz player of the game: Al Jefferson
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