Utah Jazz: Deron Williams leads Utah to win in Dallas
Sore wrist doesn't slow Williams down at all in The Big D
"We need to get going," Boozer said, "and play like this every night. ... That's what Coach (Sloan) just talked about: We need to bring this kind of intensity every night."
Especially if it's anything like that exhibited Saturday by Williams, who shot as if the wrist — injured in a hard fall last Monday vs. New Orleans — wasn't bothering him at all.
Even though it was.
"It really hurts when I shoot," Williams said. "It really hurt before the game. It's just kind of weak. But you don't know until you get out there and that adrenaline starts kicking in.
"Second and third quarter, it kind of warmed up. Toward the fourth, I hit it a couple of times and it kind of tightened back up and started hurting. So, it felt good for a while there.
"I'm glad I did (play)," added Williams, who was frustrated watching the Jazz lose by two in Memphis on Friday night. "I probably should have played (Friday) too."
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