Utah Jazz Set Team Record with Just Five Turnovers
The Utah Jazz are getting by pretty well without Deron Williams.
The Jazz set a team record with just five turnovers — fewer than they had with Williams or even John Stockton — and pulled away from the weary and short-handed Los Angeles Clippers for a 101-79 win Saturday night.
With Williams on the bench in street clothes recovering from a sprained left ankle he injured in the preseason, newcomer Brevin Knight had six assists and Ronnie Price had seven assists as the Jazz beat the winless Clippers with a commanding second half.
"Those guys are playing great. We’re holding it down without D-Will," said Carlos Boozer, who had his second double-double of the season with 25 points and 10 rebounds.