Jazz to Make Adjustments Against Parker
The Utah Jazz flew home to Salt Lake City after their 106-91 Game 1 loss in San Antonio on Sunday, preferring to lick their wounds and make their adjustments in their own gym.
They will return Tuesday afternoon, in advance of Game 2 on Wednesday at the AT&T Center.
Somewhere during the 4,500-mile round trip, Utah coach Tyrone Corbin must hope to find a way to slow Spurs point guard Tony Parker, who torched the Jazz in Game 1. Stephen Jackson has one suggestion. Jazz point guard Devin Harris has another.
“Maybe give him a hard foul or two,” Harris told reporters in Utah on Monday.