SALT LAKE CITY -- Offensive struggles have reached a new low for Utah. No solution seems to be in sight amid a four-game losing streak compounded by uglier and uglier losses.
The Jazz (5-7) struggled through one of their worst shooting performances yet in an 84-74 loss to Miami on Friday night, connecting on just 4 of 33 from the field after halftime. They scored a season-low 25 second-half points and were held scoreless in the final three minutes.
It doesn't bode well with the Brooklyn Nets coming to Salt Lake City on Saturday fresh off a 101-97 win over Portland on Friday night.
"Whether it's confidence, continuity or connectivity or whatever the case is, we just have to grind through it," Jazz coach Quin Snyder said. "There isn't a magic bullet right now that we're going to figure out. We'll keep trying to address the things we can." >> Read more
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