LeBron James scored just 13 points Saturday night, matching his low for the season, but nobody in the Jazz locker room was about to take credit for it.
Not Ty Corbin.
"I don't know," the Jazz coach said when asked what the key to limiting LeBron was. "He was 4 for 13. I thought our guys tried to make him work as hard as he could for everything he got. That's all you can do against a great player like that."
Not Marvin Williams.
"I think LeBron might have held LeBron to 13 points," Williams said. "There's nobody that can stop LeBron from scoring the basket."
And not Richard Jefferson.
"LeBron's one of the great players of all times, the best player in the game and has been for quite a few years. So if he comes out after a few days off and puts up 13 points and now we're talking about stopping him, let's not …," the Jazz forward said without quite finishing his thought. "I'm glad we already played him."
— Aaron Falk
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