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Corbin has done his best to downplay reports the Jazz are shopping veteran point guard Devin Harris.

The latest outbreak of trade talk came after Harris went 0-for-7 from the field and scored one points in Thursday’s 94-91 loss to Dallas.

"Everybody misses shots," Corbin said. "You look at the stats and say, ‘A guy isn’t making as many shots or scoring the way he has in the past.’ But our team is moving forward and we will continue to move forward.

"We like Devin. He’s a part of what we’re doing. He’s a member of our family and we’re going to continue to work at it. … As long as we continue to work and stay together, we have a chance to win."

luhm@sltrib.com




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