The pairings are already set for Saturday night's championship game in the Utah Pro-Am Summer League at East High - and the same two teams play tonight at 6:30.

FHP, the Jazz's rookie-free agent team, will meet the Mark Eaton-Danny Schayes Coors team for the title. Asssociated Business Products and Seiko-Schubach's, who meet tonight at 8:30, will play in Saturday's third-place game.FHP and Coors assured themselves of the top two seeds for the finals with victories Wednesday. FHP downed ABP 111-83 and Coors stopped Seiko-Schubach's 163-135.

Scott Roth led FHP with 23 points, while Jeff Moe added 18 and Mike Brown had 15 points and 12 rebounds. Steve Hayes paced ABP with 17 points and 12 boards and ABP was within six points in the third quarter before wearing down. ABP's Fred Roberts departed early in the game after aggravating an elbow injury.

Schayes went wild for Coors in the opener, with 52 points, 29 rebounds, nine assists and three steals. The 29 boards broke Eaton's Pro-Am record of 27, which Schayes figured was appropriate because Eaton last season broke Schayes' Jazz franchise record for rebounds in a game. Eaton almost had a quadruple double in this game - 28 points, 19 rebounds, nine blocked shots and eight assists - against the Salt Lake Community College team. Antoine Davison topped Seiko with 32 points; teammate Melvin Love was ejected for fighting with Coors' Gale Gondrezick.

In other Jazz news: Dr. Lyle Mason and Dr. Robert Jordan, the team orthopedists, operated on Bart Kofoed's broken left foot Wednesday. In a two-hour procedure, they inserted a compression screw and performed a bone graft. Kofoed is still expected to be available to play by about Opening Night, Nov. 4, according to trainer Don Sparks.

Point guard Kevin Nixon of Utah State left the Jazz camp Tuesday following the death of his grandmother. His status the rest of the week is unknown; he and ex-BYU player Jeff Chatman are due in Sacramento's rookie-free agent camp Sunday. Kurt Kragthorpe