Jazz Are Back On Track
Posted by Nancy on November 01, 2010
Just when a lot of people (including some of the premier players on the team) were beginning to hang their heads and wonder what was wrong with this new group of Jazzmen, things took a turn for the better. Last night when the Jazz met up with the Oklahoma City Thunder in the second away game of the season, they got things rolling. Prior to this game, Deron Williams had been questioning the lack of rhythm that his team was demonstrating and wondering aloud what might be done about it. For now, Deron can put his frustrations to rest. His team came out and played for the majority of the game like a well-oiled machine with all pistons firing. C.J. Miles had a break-out game including 3 three pointers and ending up with 21 points. High scorer for the night was Paul Millsap who has been steady so far this season. He ended up with 30 points and 16 rebounds, a stellar performance by anybodies standards. Deron Williams contributed 15 assists to go along with Al Jefferson’s 23 points. The team will have a couple of days off before coming up against the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night. If last nights game is any indication, the Jazz should show up strong and ready for their next battle.