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Miles uses starting role to break out of slump Akron Beacon Journal Before his insertion into Cleveland's starting lineup last week, C.J. Miles scored 28 points or more in two of his first 404 games in the NBA. Then he went out and scored 28 points
Miles, 25, both a guard and forward, averaged 9.1 points, 2.1 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 20.5 minutes per game last season for Utah. He scored a season-high 27 points in 27 minutes off the bench in a Jazz win over Houston Feb. 29th. The 6-foot-6, 222-
Al Jefferson scored 30 points and Devin Harris added a season-high 28 to lead the Utah Jazz over the Warriors, 104-98 Friday night to snap a two-game home losing streak. Gordon Hayward's late jumper and steal sealed the win for the Jazz (29-27),
Sponsorship Link New York has their eye on several players, though, and would probably need to trade up in the draft to land Fredette. It's a stretch to think that the Knicks think so highly a probably bench catalyst that they are willing to put a
Get the latest sport scores and coverage on national sports news Sample Fredette emerged as the most talked about guard in college basketball after basically carrying his team on his shoulders to the Sweet 16, and the 6'2 senior has a decent chance
Twenty games into the season, the Utah Jazz are on pace for a 60-win season. Even coach Jerry Sloan admitted he was surprised it has come together so well after opening with back-to-back lopsided losses. "We could have exploded early in the season,"
Dontell Jefferson joined the Idaho Stampede as part of a three-team trade with the Dakota Wizards and Utah Flash. Jefferson, a 6-foot-4, 195-pound guard, played in six games with the NBAs Charlotte Bobcats in 2008-09, and averaged 4.8 points and 1.5
Al Jefferson scored 24 points and the Utah Jazz remained unbeaten in the preseason with a 108-97 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Thursday night. "My whole career, I've had to score against two, three people," said Jefferson, who
CDT on Thursday, June 24, 2010 Three years ago, the Chicago Bulls made JamesOn Curry the 51st selection of the 2007 NBA draft...But the story, for Curry and many other early entrants to the NBA draft, hardly ends on draft night. In the three ensuing
Kirilenko resumed court work Monday with sliding, jumping and shooting on the move and reported "no pain at all, which I was excited about" with his strained left calf. "I wanted to go more," said Kirilenko, who decided it was best not to push things.