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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Gordon Hayward
Rick Adelman trudged off the basketball court for maybe the final time in his professional life and he couldn't hide the disappointment.
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 drama was sapped early from Oklahoma City's blowout win over Utah, except for one detail.
Marc Gasol saw the doubt in the eyes of the Utah players and, with help from Zach Randolph and Mike Conley, he knew just when to pounce.
When the game is on the line, Trey Burke wants the ball.
Each time the Utah Jazz threatened Memphis' lead, the Grizzlies responded with defensive stops.
The Utah Jazz finally found a way to win on their six-game road trip: Play a team that can't win anywhere.
The Indiana Pacers played just well enough to beat an inferior opponent, which has been the way most of their five-game win streak has gone.
Gordon Hayward needed just one assist for his first career triple-double. Despite his teammates' playful pushes, he didn't ask to re-enter the game.
There was no emotional letdown by the Utah Jazz following their stunning upset of the two-time defending champion Miami Heat over the weekend.
Marvin Williams has been so hot the last three games that he didn't let an air ball bother him.
Down three starters and behind by 20 points in the fourth quarter, the Sacramento Kings tried to foul their way back into the game.
After two games in which he was nearly invisible, Enes Kanter loomed large in the middle and scored 24 points to lift the Utah Jazz past the Washington Wizards 104-101 Saturday night.
Big Turk lived up to his nickname.
Burks had 16, Burke had 14 points and 11 assists and Hayward added 14, but no one could stop Lillard when he was determined to score in the final period.
"Alec attacks the rim and he's got to be one of the best in the league at driving to the basket," Hayward said. "He finishes so well that he scores or gets fouls almost every time."