Today vs. Warriors, 7 p.m., FSN
Schedule-makers gave the Jazz a perfect opponent to bounce back against. Plus, Utah has revenge on its mind.
Friday at Hornets, 6 p.m., FSN
Sadly, this could be one of the final times Utah puts the Jazz back in New Orleans due to ownership change.
Saturday at Bucks, 6:30 p.m., FSN
Travel makes this a tough back-to-back game. Milwaukee might have Andrew Bogut to clog up the middle, too.
The Big Stat
23 — That's how many 3-pointers the Jazz have allowed their last two opponents to make. In completely related news, the Jazz are no longer leading the NBA in 3-point defense. They are still ranked third, holding foes to 32.3 percent from long range.
Who's hot: Deron Williams
Red-hot All-Star averaged 33 points over the weekend.
Who's not: Gordon Hayward
Rookie went scoreless on 0-for-3 shooting in his two starts.
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