Posted by: TACOREV on November 26th, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Jefferson and Favors played together for most of the fourth quarter, both coming up big for the Jazz. Jefferson, playing some of the most aggressive basketball I’ve seen him play since joining this Jazz team, had 28 & 5, while Favors finished with 19 & 7, with two blocks.
Foye, Tinsley, and Marvin combined for a barrage of huge 3-pointers in the third quarter that keyed the comeback.
Millsap finished with just 5 & 5 in 24 minutes. Is it looking more and more like he’ll be dealt?
The McNuggets finish with six guys in double figures, led by Kenneth Faried’s 21 & 9. Ty Lawson had 16 & 9, while Danilo Gallinari and Corey Brewer each added 12. Andre Iguodala scored 10 before getting ejected in the second half.
Fortunately, Kosta “Combover” Koufos didn’t completely embarrass us again.
The Jazz maintain an unbeaten 6-0 record at home, with an 8-7 overall mark.
Now back onto the dreaded road for the next three, starting with New Orleans on Wednesday, followed by Oklahoma City on Friday and Houston on Saturday. Can the Jazz win any of these games?
Jazz players of the game: Al Jefferson and Derrick Favors
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