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Utah Jazz: Alec Burks’ return a good sign for struggling team
Jazz notes » Guard put up big numbers in return against Knicks.

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After playing 23 games in 41 nights, the Jazz find themselves in the middle of a three-day break between playing New York and New Orleans.

Utah has lost 16 of its last 18 games, including five in a row.

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"It’s a chance to reflect back and stay focused," Corbin said. "We’ve lost some games here of late. Guys are beat up mentally and physically. But we get a chance now to slow things down and refocus and finish up."


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