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"Instead of coming together and making adjustments, us as players out there on the floor, we just continued to basically play into their hands," Burke said.
Burke, who has provided big shots for the Jazz when they’ve needed them this season, missed a free throw that would have made it a one-point game late.
On the other end, Memphis hit its freebies to seal the win.
Burke lost four games in his high school career and fewer than 20 during his two seasons at Michigan. He expected rough times this year, but believes he and his teammates are learning.
"It’s a growing process," he said. "It’s a learning process."
Wednesday was one more difficult lesson.
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