Jan 26, 2013; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Jazz center Al Jefferson (25) talks with shooting guard Gordon Hayward (20) as Hayward reacts to being injured during the overtime period against the Indiana Pacers at EnergySolutions Arena. The Jazz won 114-110. Mandatory Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

Hayward out again vs New Orleans

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Gordon Hayward is going to sit out his second strait game tonight against the New Orleans Hornets and is listed day-to-day going forward.  After last games loss to the Houston Rockets in historic fashion Hayward sitting out another game can’t be a good thing for the Jazz.  I don’t think anyone believes that Hayward could have made up the 45 point margin we lost to the Rockets by but it definitely played a major factor in how the 2nd unit played without Gordon.  We all got to see how valuable Hayward really is to this team and how much of a threat he is offensively with that second unit.  They Jazz are going to have to rely heavily on their starters if the Jazz are going to win tonight.  The Hornets are just 15-30 on the season but have been playing better basketball as of late.  They have won 8 of those 15 games in the month of January and 4 of the wins this month have come on the road so the Jazz are going to have to play good basketball tonight to get the win.

 

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