The Jazz did it again, they rallied from another double digit deficit to beat the Atlanta Hawks 90-86 to complete that tough 3 game stretch. More importantly they came out unscathed against 3 tough opponents, up next for the Jazz are the Charlotte Bobcats. Deron Williams continued his stellar play by scoring 24 points, grabbing 5 rebounds, dishing out 10 assists, and pilfering the ball twice for 2 steals. Paul Milsap finally had a quiet night, but Al Jefferson ( 15 pts, 10 rebs) and Andrei Kirilenko(14 pts, 12 rebs) picked up his slack. CJ Miles provided the spark off the bench for the Jazz by scoring 13 points as the Jazz continued its streak. The Jazz are now 6-3 and looking like a real player in the Western Conference. Once again Utah fell behind, it’s imperative that they put an end to these sluggish starts. They start the 2nd half of every game exactly how they SHOULD start the 1st half of the games, sound defensively with great energy and great ball movement on offense. I have been saying all along as soon as these guys get used to playing with each other they were going to take off, it happened much sooner than I had anticipated. The Jazz play of late not only has me excited, but I am looking forward to seeing them grow as the season goes on. So the Jazz just beat the Heat,Magic, and Hawks….did you think it was possible before the week started??
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