Posted by: TACOREV on December 30th, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
The Jazz hung around but were unable to make it a game when it mattered late, falling to the Clippers in Los Angeles.
Caron Butler went 6-for-6 from 3-point range, leading LAC with 29 points. Chris Paul finished with 19 & 9, while Jamal Crawford added 19 off the bench.
Jefferson led the Jazz with 30 & 8, with four blocks. Hayward had 16 & 5, while Favors chipped in with 11 & 7.
The Jazz are 0-3 against LAC on the season, with one more meeting on the calendar for February. They fall to 6-13 on the road and 15-17 overall, having dropped three games in a row.
There are several things wrong with this team, but most of them can be vastly improved with decent coaching. More often than not, it seems like this team really doesn’t have that going for it. The point guard position also continues to be a glaring weakness for this squad, even despite producing 16 assists between the two PG’s tonight.
Back home Wednesday to face Minnesota.
Jazz player of the game: Al Jefferson
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