Favors: It’s Time for New Leading Scorers
Much ado has been made in recent weeks about the Utah Jazz losing their top offensive threats this offseason.
Center Al Jefferson, the focal point of Utah’s offense for the past three seasons, took his left-block moves and 18 points a night to Charlotte.
Power forward Paul Millsap, the Jazz’s second scoring option in recent years, skedaddled to Atlanta with his steady production.
Don’t count Derrick Favors among the people fretting about who, what, when, where, why and how the Jazz are going to put points on their fancy new scoreboard with their revamped new team in 2013-14.
“It’s time,” Favors said, “for two other people to be the new leading scorers.”