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NBA Playoffs 2014: Utah Jazz alumni round up Day 5

The Jazz aren't in the playoffs this year, but plenty of Jazzmen are.

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Five more former Utah Jazz players suited up last night in the NBA Playoffs. I'm not going to lie, not having to stress out about a single team makes the playoffs more fun to watch. There are some great match-ups so far this year. However, well, there are both ups and downs. Last night Big Al, all kinda of banged up, played his game (40 mins, 20 shots, 1 assist, 0 FTA) and his Charlotte Bobcats last to the Miami Heat. Great guy, but not really a winner. He's effectively the Tyrone Corbin of bigmen. The Dallas Mavericks beat the San Antonio Spurs 113-92 IN THEIR GYM! That series is all tied up now. And in other news, the Portland Trail Blazers won again on the road against the Houston Rockets. LMA is averaging 44.5 PPG and 13.0 RPG right now.

Anyway, what happened last night?

FG 3PT FT
Player Team G Min PTS M A % M A % M A % REB AST A:TO STL BLK BARPS / Min +/-
1 Al Jefferson Bobcats 2 L 40 18 9 23 39.1% 13 1 1.00 0 0 32 0.80 2
2 Devin Harris Mavericks 2 W 24 18 7 9 77.8% 2 3 66.7% 2 2 100.0% 4 5 2.5 1 1 29 1.21 12
3 Wesley Matthews Trail Blazers 2 W 40 9 4 11 36.4% 1 5 20.0% 4 1 0.5 1 0 15 0.38 4
4 Mo Williams Trail Blazers 2 W 23 13 4 8 50.0% 2 4 50.0% 3 3 100.0% 1 0 0 0 0 14 0.61 0
5 Earl Watson Trail Blazers 2 W 0

Big Al had more shots than points. Devin continues his stellar play off the bench in that Alec Burks role. Wes has to play defense, and his shot from deep is gone, but he's still doing good things on the court. MoLo is also doing well in that Alec Burks role. Earl, once again, did not play.

Tonight there are three more games. GO PLAYOFFS!