Posted by: TACOREV on December 13th, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Mo Williams’ 3-point buzzer beater puts the Jazz over the Spurs for the first time in five meetings. Utah wins its fourth straight and improves to 9-1 at the Solution.
Millsap led the Jazz with 24 & 12 and five assists, Jefferson added 21, and Hayward came off the bench to contribute 19 points, seven rebound and six assists.
Duncan and Parker each had big games for San Antonio, finishing with 22 & 21 (yes, that’s 21 rebounds) and 22 & 7, respectively.
I just got back from the game, and boy was it a good one. The Jazz are now 13-10, three games above .500 for the first time this season.
Question: Is this the biggest and/or best win of the season so far?
I say it is, without a doubt. The Lakers wins are always great, but considering how thoroughly San Antonio dominated us in the playoffs as well as the first meeting this year, it’s great to finally beat them.
Next up: @Phoenix Friday night, while the Spurs take their acting gigs to Portland to flop all over the Rose Garden.
Jazz players of the game: Paul Millsap and Gordon Hayward
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