"We're going to need to bring this momentum on this road trip," Hayward said following Friday's 121-102 blowout of Denver. "It will be a tough road trip for us, so we've got to be prepared."
The stakes are higher now that the Jazz have scraped and clawed back into the thick of things and the season is approaching the stretch run.
"This is what we talked about. This is what we wanted. We've been working our way back in it," Corbin said. "There was a stretch we wasn't playing as well, but we're back and it's going to be a dogfight the rest of the way."
Jazz center Al Jefferson pointed out how the team can keep the good times rolling.
"There aren't any superstars on this team, so we're going to have to play together every night, night in and night out, for us to try and have some success," Big Al said. "We're doing it, for the most part, on the road now, but we've just got to keep the hammer down."
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