Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
After a second half rally in which the Jazz took the lead, Jazz fans were crushed as they watched their team fall to the Chicago Bulls, 93-89. Al Jefferson had a huge night, scoring a career high 32 points, and getting 13 rebounds. However it was the ex-Jazz player Carlos Boozer who broke the hearts of the Jazz nation, with 19 points to hand the Bulls the win.
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