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Jazz: C.J. Miles returns to Utah as veteran among young Cavs

Now in veteran role with Cavs, small forward in search of fresh start.



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"I spent a lot of time with him," Corbin said. "So did the other coaches. ... He was a young guy that was extremely talented. But it was a growing process — and not only for him. We grew with him, too."

Miles’ former coaches and teammates look forward to seeing him again.

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Cavaliers at Jazz

O At EnergySolutions Arena

Tipoff » Saturday, 7 p.m.

TV » ROOT

Radio » 1280 AM, 1600 AM, 97.5 FM

Records » Jazz 21-19; Cavs 10-31

Season history » First game

Last meeting » Jazz, 109-100 (March 5, 2012)

About the Jazz » They have won four of their last five. ... They are 9-5 against the Eastern Conference. ... Going back to Nov. 14, 2009, they have won five straight over Cleveland. ... In the last 10 games, G/F Gordon Hayward averages 15.9 points on 19-of-34 3-point shooting. ... This is their fifth home game since Dec. 16.

About the Cavs » They are 3-5 in their last eight games. ... They come off a 93-88 win at Portland. ... G Kyrie Irving, the No. 1 pick in the 2011 draft, averages 23.3 points and 5.6 assists. ... Rookie G Dion Waiters, the fourth overall pick in last year’s draft, averages 14.5 points. ... C Anderson Varejao won’t play (knee).

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"He’s not one of our guys anymore," Corbin said. "But he will always be part of the Jazz family. ... We enjoyed our time with him."

Said Paul Millsap: "Me and C.J. are good buddies. We go back a long time. ... We still keep in touch a lot and I’m happy to see him doing well. Hopefully, he can keep doing it — just not Saturday."




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