Utah Jazz fall 111-99 to Portland
Jazz’s young core shows promise, fades late as the five start for first time together this season.
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"We’ve got to be better obviously," a somber Hayward said afterward. "Winning teams make winning plays. They made those down the stretch. We have to learn from that."
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