Utah Jazz notebook: Gordon Hayward, Jeremy Evans go back for seconds at Olive Garden
"I had two points the whole night and it just happened to be a SportsCenter No. 1 play," Hayward said, grinning. "It was just one of those things. You're out there playing and you happen to make a good play."
Fans for both teams hope that happens again Tuesday night.
CAMPAIGN TRAIL: All-Star reserves will be named this week, and it's the league's 30 head coaches who will vote seven players in for each conference. Coaches can't vote for their own guys, though.
That doesn't mean Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin isn't trying to help his two most deserving guys, Paul Millsap and Al Jefferson.
"I campaign for them every day," Corbin said before Monday's game, laughing. "They're two guys who continue to get better.
"They worked extremely hard in the offseason and come back to camp in great shape," he added. "They're doing all the great things for this team and these young guys we have are following what they do."
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