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Sixers vs. Jazz at a glance

SALT LAKE CITY – Here is a look at the probable starters, coaches’ records and series information for Wednesday night’s matchup between the 76ers and the Utah Jazz at EnergySolutions Arena:

Sixers vs. Jazz at a glance

Utah Jazz´s Gordon Hayward. (Danny Moloshok/AP)
Utah Jazz's Gordon Hayward. (Danny Moloshok/AP)

SALT LAKE CITY – Here is a look at the probable starters, coaches’ records and series information for Wednesday night’s matchup between the 76ers and the Utah Jazz at EnergySolutions Arena:

PROBABLE STARTERS

SIXERS (15-37)

12 Evan Turner F 6-7  17.4 ppg. 6.0 rpg.

21 Thaddeus Young F 6-8 17.1 ppg. 2.1 spg.

00 Spencer Hawes C 7-1 13.1 ppg. 8.5 rpg.

9 James Anderson G 6-6 9.8 ppg. 4.0 rpg.

1  Michael Carter-Williams G 6-6 17.1 ppg. 2.12 spg.

JAZZ (18-33)

24 Richard Jefferson F 6-7 9.9 ppg. 2.9 rpg.

2  Marvin Williams  F 6-9 10.3 ppg. 5.4 rpg                                                                                                                       

15  Derrick Favors C 6-10 13.2 ppg. 9.2  rpg.

20 Gordon Hayward G 6-8 16.3 ppg. 5.0 apg.

3  Trey Burke, G 6-1 12.6 ppg. 5.6apg.


COACHES

SIXERS

Brett Brown (15-38 career record)

JAZZ

Tyrone Corbin (105-122)

STREAKS

SIXERS: Lost seven straight.

JAZZ: Won two consecutive.

SERIES

The Jazz own a 46-41 all-time series advantage. Utah has also won nine of the last 12 meetings.

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About this blog

Keith Pompey is in his first season covering the Sixers for The Inquirer after covering the Temple men’s basketball team for the past three years and Temple football the past two seasons.

Marc Narducci has served in a variety of roles with the Inquirer since beginning in 1983. He has covered the 76ers as a backup and a beat writer. In addition, Narducci has covered everything from the Super Bowl to the World Series and a lot in between.

Narducci also has a true passion for South Jersey scholastic sports, which he has covered for many years.

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