An update on the Jazz injury situation after Friday night's Game 3 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers and heading into Sunday's Game 4 in their NBA Western Conference semifinal playoff series:
All of the hurting starters are fine.
Point guard Deron Williams on Saturday didn't even have a brace or wrap on his right hand, which he bruised when falling to the floor late in Friday's first half.
Center Mehmet Okur had ice applied to his left Achilles tendon when he wasn't playing Friday, but the injury - a flare-up from pain earlier in the season - won't keep him from playing Sunday.
And Ronnie Brewer was seeing straight Saturday, even after getting elbowed in the head by Lakers star Kobe Bryant on Friday.
Williams' injury seemed to be the biggest concern after Friday's game, but he waved it off prior to Saturday morning's practice.
"I'm fine," Williams said. "Just landed on my wrist - really, the pad (lower palm) of my hand. It's good."
The Jazz did practice Saturday without Kyrylo Fesenko, who was sent home early Friday due to a stomach virus. The rookie center, however, has been inactive for each of Utah's nine postseason games this year.