Posted by: TACOREV on January 7th, 2013The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Gordon Hayward scores 27 to lead the Jazz in doing what they’ve done best this season — beat up on bad teams at ESA.
Hayward’s final stat line was 27/6/5 with two blocks, hitting 4 of 5 from 3-point range. Jefferson had 15 & 11, Millsap with 14 & 9. Burks contributed 13 points off the bench with four boards.
Dirk Nowitzki’s 20/5/5 led Dallas, who is just 5-15 on the road. Chris Kaman finished with 14 & 9, while O.J. Mayo added 13 & 5.
Nowitzki on Hayward: “He’s way more athletic than I ever was. I like him.”
Sounds like a certain German wants a pair of G-Hay pajamas.
Just 13 minutes for Favors, while Kanter made his return, playing 15 minutes. A combined 28 minutes for these two is completely unacceptable, if you ask me.
For the third straight game, Tinsley and Watson played below 48 combined minutes, recording 39 tonight, so at least that’s a step in the right direction.
The Jazz once again find themselves at .500 heading into a three game road trip, starting with the dreaded Bobcats on Wednesday.
After that road trip, the Jazz then will play 15 of their next 20 back at the Solution.
Jazz player of the game: Gordon Hayward
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