• Utah Jazz healthy as they prepare to play Charlotte

    Summary of 14 articles · Updated Dec 31, 2013
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    • Jazz notes: Jefferson gets nod over Burks down stretch vs. Bobcats

      The oldest player on the roster saw the heaviest minutes Monday. Utah Jazz forward Richard Jefferson, 33, logged 40 minutes and 9 seconds on the court in the team’s win over the Charlotte Bobcats — more minutes than the next closest Jazz player, 21-year…
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    • Utah Jazz: Defense the difference against Jefferson, Charlotte

      It was a night Al Jefferson probably wants to forget, thanks to Utah’s swarming defense. Returning to EnergySolutions Arena for the first time after three season as a member of the Jazz, Jefferson struggled to make shots Monday and finished with an inef…
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    • The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Jazz vs. Bobcats 12/30/2013

      Big Al Jefferson and Derrick Favors met many times – both before and after the opening tip. Photo by Melissa Majchrzak/NBAE via Getty Images 1. Utah’s defense has the Bobcats offense figured out. Part of it may be the familiarity of Al Jefferson, but th…
    • Kragthorpe: Jazz show Big Al how it’s done, in the end

      Anyone wondering how the Jazz might respond to a tense finish with former teammate Al Jefferson opposing them Monday night could only watch appreciatively as they blew a 14-point lead against Charlotte. The answers came in the last minute, when the Jazz…
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    • Burke helps Jazz hold off late rally by Charlotte

      Trey Burke scored 21 points, including a crucial layup with 19.1 seconds remaining, to lead the Utah Jazz to a 83-80 victory over Charlotte on Monday night at EnergySolutions Arena. The Bobcats trailed, 63-53, starting the fourth quarter. But they took …
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    • Burks, Jazz take 42-34 halftime lead over Charlotte

      Alec Burks scored 10 points and Marvin Williams added eight to lead the Utah Jazz to a 42-34 halftime lead over Charlotte on Monday night at EnergySolutions Arena. Gerald Henderson finished with 10 points for the Bobcats while former Jazz center Al Jeff…
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    • Former Jazzman Jefferson helps revive Bobcats

      Few players in Jazz history have produced more consistently than center Al Jefferson. No player has done it during a more tumultuous three-year stretch. Jefferson returns to Utah on Monday night when his new team, Charlotte, visits EnergySolutions Arena…
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