Jazz notes: Utah stumbles through March
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"You’d like to have him for every game because he’s playing so well," Woodson said. " But we’ve benefitted from [resting him] ... so somebody else has to step up and play."
Stoudemire averages 9.1 points and 9.9 rebounds. He played at least 27 minutes in five games preceding New York’s visit to Utah, including 31 in Sunday night’s 89-84 win at Golden State.
"We just have to protect him," Woodson said. "... Amar’e has had a lot of bounce to his game. We just have to keep him in a good place. We don’t want any setbacks. He was a little sore and needed to back off."
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