Los Angeles — Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin said after a 96-71 blowout loss to the Lakers on Tuesday he'll consider changing Utah's starting lineup for a road contest Wednesday against Denver.
Utah started Devin Harris, Raja Bell, Gordon Hayward, Derrick Favors and Al Jefferson against Los Angeles, and the team totaled just 46 points through the first three quarters.
Corbin praised the play of reserve power forward Paul Millsap, who scored a team-high 18 points and gave the Jazz momentary life during the third quarter. Corbin cautioned against overreacting to the loss, though, and didn't sound set on making any immediate changes.
Brian T. Smith
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