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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Alec Burks
Nick Young gave the Lakers a reason to smile near the end of this gloomy season.
Gordon Hayward knows the Utah Jazz have their best chance to win when they play together and share the ball.
Momentum on defense is a powerful thing. Force an opponent into a dry spell and a team can seize an opportunity to win big games.
The Utah Jazz finally found a way to win on their six-game road trip: Play a team that can't win anywhere.
Derrick Favors is a difference-maker, rusty or not.
There are times when Alec Burks is driving to the hoop and he has no idea what he's going to do.
There was no emotional letdown by the Utah Jazz following their stunning upset of the two-time defending champion Miami Heat over the weekend.
Alec Burks didn't feel like he needed to be Gordon Hayward. He just needed to be his best twisting, turning acrobatic self.
Paul Pierce scored 26 points, including seven straight in overtime, and the Boston Celtics beat the Utah Jazz 110-107 on Monday night to close out a five-game road trip.
The Utah Jazz likened Enes Kanter to a "bull in a china shop," one they felt fortunate to grab with the No. 3 overall pick in Thursday night's NBA draft.
The Utah Jazz filled two needs in Thursday's NBA draft, using the No. 3 pick on 6-11 center Enes Kanter of Turkey, then taking Colorado guard Alec Burks at No. 12.
The Utah Jazz used their No. 12 pick on Colorado guard Alec Burks after watching local star Jimmer Fredette get drafted at No. 10 by Milwaukee.
As a freshman, Marcus Morris was considered by his coach to be a complementary player. That evolved into becoming one of the most consistent performers for Kansas last season.
"It's tough, man," Burks said. "I guarded both of them. They're great players and they can really shoot."
"With my athleticism and the way I handle the ball, I just feel like there aren't a lot of people that can stay in front of me," said Burks, the first Colorado player in school history to score over 770 points, grab 240 rebounds and hand out 100 assists in a single season.