Posted by: TACOREV on December 7th, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
After a lousy start, the Jazz rebound and go on to do what they should do on their home floor against a 1-11 road team. Jefferson and Favors both sat out, but the Jazz still did work on the pathetic Raptors.
Millsap led the way with 20 & 10 as well as five assists and three steals, and Kanter finished with 18 & 8 in his first NBA start. Hayward scored 17, Marvin 14, Foye 13, Mo 11 & 10, Carroll 11 & 8, and Evans with 10 & 5… that’s eight Jazz players in double figures, with all 11 scoring at least five points.
The Raptors… well they are just an awful team, behind Andrea Bargnani’s 20 & 8 and DeMar DeRozan’s 17 & 5.
We’re back up above .500 at 11-10, improving to 8-1 at home.
Does this performance strengthen the “Trade Jefferson” argument, or does Toronto’s incompetence make this example invalid?
Also, we’re more than a fourth of the way through the season. Can you believe it? What are everybody’s quarterly evaluations?
One more note: Steve “Pat Sajak” Brown is unbearable as an announcer. I know some people complain about Bolerjack, but at least he’s a legitimate broadcaster even if you don’t prefer how he calls the games. I swear Steve Brown doesn’t even know what’s going on half the game.
Next up is the Hated Lakers Sunday night in LA.
Jazz player of the game: Paul Millsap
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