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"We old," he said of his ex-Warrior teammates. "We really old. I’ve never felt like this in my life. I feel like the old guy."
Then, as he stood in the corner of the gym, watching Jefferson fire up shots while Biedrins spoke to reporters, he added: "We can teach these guys some things."
Jazz vs. WarriorsAt EnergySolutions Arena
Tipoff » Tuesday, 7 p.m.
TV » ROOT Sports
About the Jazz » After narrowly missing out on the playoffs last season, Utah let a number of free agents, including big men Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap, walk. … Now led by Gordon Hayward, Enes Kanter and Derrick Favors, the Jazz have the fourth-youngest roster in the league (average age 24.7). … Rookie point guard Trey Burke, the No. 9 pick in the 2013 draft, could be a starter from day one. … Most of the team’s most veteran players came via a trade earlier this year with Golden State. … Forward Richard Jefferson has played more games in his career (852) than the Jazz’s projected starting lineup combined (689).
About the Warriors » Acquired Andrew Iguodala thanks to the cap space cleared in a trade with Utah. … Former University of Utah center Andrew Bogut battled back from injury to play 32 games last season. … Guard Steph Curry averages better than 44 percent from 3 for his career. … Harrison Barnes averaged 9.2 points per game last year in his rookie campaign.
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