Utah Jazz center Big Al Jefferson scored 23 points, Paul Milsap added 18 and the Jazz beat the Thunder in a pretty dominate fashion Tuesday night. Where they pretty much controlled the tempo of the game and broke the Thunders four-game winning streak. Utah proved they have a very deep bench, with their bench outscoring OKC’s 49-25, and the Jazz bigs holding a 16-7 edge on the offensive glass. The Thunders 20 turn overs did not help the matter. Utah missing Gordan Hayward and still Mo Williams, among trade talks and distractions are showing they shouldn’t be counted out of the wild west picture just yet.
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Written by Carl Allen
I have loved sports all of my life. The thrill of competition, pulling for the under dog. I am a single father living in a small rural town. I am currently a stay at home father and home school teacher. I love all sports but obviously don't have time for all of them so my main intrests are the NFL and the NBA and UFC.