• Utah Jazz visit Dallas in search of missing offense

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    For some Utah Jazz fans, winning now is really losing Utah Jazz's Enes Kanter, left, Utah Jazz's Gordon Hayward, middle, and Utah Jazz's Derrick Favors sit on the bench late in the second half while trailing the San Antonio Spurs during an NBA basketball game on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013, in Salt Lake City. After missing the last few games , the Utah Jazz forwards say they’re feeling better and expect to play tonight against the Mavericks. Jazz fans celebrate as the Utah Jazz defeat the New Orleans Pelicans, NBA basketball at EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City, Wednesday November 13, 2013. Utah takes a three-game losing streak to Dallas on Friday night, when it plays the high-scoring Mavericks. Headbands have long been contraband around the Jazz, but Corbin said his personal feelings about their use date back to his time as a prep. Wrapped up in the excitement of opening night, John English watched anxiously from his seat in EnergySolutions Arena as Gordon Hayward launched a half-court shot at the buzzer that could have forced overtime with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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    • Utah Jazz: Williams’ shot count is an indicator of Utah’s offensive success

      Marvin Williams walked out of the Jazz locker room Saturday, looked down at the box score in his hands, and saw that for a second straight game, he had launched eight 3-pointers. “I’ve never done that before,” he said. But when it comes to the life or d…
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    • Monson: Jazz look a lot like winners against the Heat

      There couldn’t have been a much more disparate matchup than the one at EnergySolutions Arena on Saturday night. Two very distant NBA cousins faced off and, coming in, they looked nothing alike: the two-time-defending-champion Heat against the too-too-de…
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    • Utah Jazz tame Miami Heat (video)

      Confetti fell from the rafters, and fans stood on their feet, screaming and applauding as if they had just witnessed a championship victory. It was not, of course. The parade planners can still focus on South Beach over South Salt Lake. But in beating t…
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    • Utah Jazz won’t be wearing headbands anytime soon

      Basketball’s most famous headband was at EnergySolutions Arena on Saturday. But while the absorbent apparel has been a part of LeBron James’ look during two NBA championship runs, four MVP seasons and 10 All-Star appearances, don’t expect the Utah Jazz …
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    • Utah Jazz try to snap losing streak against Miami Heat, LeBron James

      The Jazz try to snap a three-game losing streak Saturday night when they play host to LeBron James and the Miami Heat at EnergySolutions Arena. The game starts at 7 p.m. and will be carried on Root Sports television. Utah has lost its last three games b…
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    • Utah Jazz Live: Mavericks 69, Jazz 59

      Marvin Williams could use a little help. At halftime Friday night, the Utah Jazz forward has 21-points, just two shy of his career high, but his team still trails the Mavericks 54-43. Williams hit his first five shots, four of them from beyond the arc, …
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    • Utah Jazz Live: Jazz 23, Mavericks 28

      Dallas • After missing three straight games with a sore hip, Derrick Favors is back in the starting lineup tonight, as the Jazz (16-32) take on the Mavericks (29-21). Favors will open alongside Trey Burke, Gordon Hayward, Richard Jefferson and Marvin Wi…
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    • Utah Jazz: Favors, Evans expected to play vs. Mavericks

      Dallas • Derrick Favors was smiling, firing up 3-pointers at the end of shootaround. Jeremy Evans jumped over a chair on his way off the court at the American Airlines Center. Favors had been dealing with a sore hip, an injury he sustained early against…
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  • Mavs punish lowly Jazz, extend streak to 4

    Monta Ellis scored 22 points and the Dallas Mavericks matched a season high with their fourth consecutive victory, 103-81 over the last-place Utah Jazz on Friday night.
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    • Jazz drop fourth in a row in 103-81 loss to Mavericks

      The Utah Jazz dropped the fourth game in a row, falling 103-81 to the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday night. It’s the team’s first four-game losing streak since early December. Forward Marvin Williams scored 21 first-half points, but went scoreless in the …
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