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“A lot of good memories in this building,” he said. “Not too many familiar faces over there (on the Jazz bench), but a lot of good memories.”
None of the current Jazz players were on the roster when Boozer played in Utah from 2004-10. Corbin was an assistant for Jerry Sloan, now a senior basketball adviser, and the training staff remains the same, but that’s it. Everyone else is new.
Boozer seemed impressed.
“They played very hard, very athletic group of guys. Well-coached,” he said. “I know Jerry is in the mix somewhere. A lot of young talent as they get healthy. They play hard, especially in this building.”
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION: The Jazz begin their annual “Season of Giving” Wednesday. Over the next four weeks, team personnel will provide a Thanksgiving meal for the homeless and needy, make hospital trips, visit to Hill Air Force Base, host a charity auction, participate in Bear Hugs for Kids Christmas shopping, help assemble 40,000 meals for a Philippines relief event, hold a Guns and Hoses Charity game, do a radiothon for The Road Home, and provide a free Christmas sing-along at EnergySolutions Arena on Dec. 16.
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