SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Jazz will be without forward Andrei Kirilenko and guards Raja Bell and Ronnie Price for Wednesday night's game against Golden State.
Utah will have only nine players available for the second straight game.
New Jazz coach Ty Corbin is still looking for his first win since being named replacement to Hall of Famer Jerry Sloan on Thursday.
Kirilenko sprained his right ankle last week. Bell has a strained left calf and Price a sprained big toe.
The Jazz remain without reserve center Mehmet Okur because of a nagging lower-back strain.
Rookie Gordon Hayward will start in place of Bell, while C.J. Miles starts again in place of Kirilenko.
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