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Forward Richard Jefferson missed practice because of a sore back.

Jefferson’s availability against the Lakers will be a game-time decision, according to team spokesman Jonathan Rinehart.

Jefferson has started all 31 games this season. He averages 10 points an 2.9 rebounds in 26.5 points. He leads the Jazz in 3-point percentage (.416).

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