By Kyle Boenitz, Project Spurs.com
No doubt the Utah Jazz will come out hot tonight against the San Antonio Spurs looking to avenge their embarrassing blowout loss in Game 2. But even with the energy and familiar feeling of their home arena, that’s going to be a tall order.
The Spurs have dominated the Jazz in pretty much every aspect of the game in the first two games of this series. It’s hard to believe a change of venue will fix that.
Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin says he won’t be changing much in his game plan, but he’ll be looking for the guys who aren’t ready to give up.
“You're backed up against the wall,” said Corbin. “You've got a minimum of two games left and as many as five games left to play on. Who's going to continue to fight and who's not? That's what you want to see in these situations. It's easy to fold your tent and go home and say, 'Oh, it's too much to do.' But fight is fight and competitors compete. Guys who want to quit will quit.”
It’s certainly going to be tough, but the Jazz can take some comfort in the fact that they had one of the best home records in the NBA this year at 25-8.
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