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|Sunday, 27 May 2007 05:33|
Sunday, May 27
Detroit at Cleveland (8:30 p.m. EDT). The Cavs return home after losing the first two games in Detroit.
Monday, May 28
San Antonio at Utah (9 p.m. EDT). The Jazz look to even up the series and remain unbeaten at home.
-Deron Williams and Carlos Boozer, Jazz. Williams scored 31 points and had eight assists, while Boozer added 27 and 12 rebounds in Utah's 109-83 win over San Antonio.
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
Utah beat San Antonio 109-83 on Saturday night, to make it a 2-1 series lead for the Spurs. The Jazz are perfect at home this postseason - now 7-0 - and 3-0 against the Spurs in Salt Lake City this season.
WINLESS IN SALT LAKE
San Antonio lost to Utah 109-83 Saturday night. The Spurs are now 0-9 all-time in the playoffs in Salt Lake City.
Tim Duncan scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds in San Antonio's 109-83 loss to Utah on Saturday night. Duncan's run of 20-point, 10-rebound games ended at 11 in a row.
STRONG IN DEFEAT
Tony Parker led San Antonio with 25 points and seven assists but the Spurs lost to Utah 109-83 Saturday night.
``The score of the game is not really all that important. How we play is what matters and we didn't play very well. They played better than we did in a lot of areas.''- Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said after San Antonio's 109-83 loss to Utah on Saturday night. The Spurs shot 44 percent from the field and only had three players score in double-digits.