Utah Jazz: Andrei Kirilenko back in starting lineup; Paul Millsap OK--Deseret News
Kirilenko had come off the bench the past two games as Jazz coach Jerry Sloan tinkered with the lineup hoping to spark the team. Both Gordon Hayward and C.J. Miles took one-game turns as starters, but those changes did not affect the outcome on the scoreboard as Utah continued to lose.
Utah Jazz notebook: Jerry Sloan gives Andrei Kirilenko another crack in starting 5--Deseret News
AK-47's return to the first five comes a night after C.J. Miles started against the Lakers, and that came a game after rookie Gordon Hayward got the tipoff call at the 3 spot on Saturday. The Jazz lost both games.
Hayward has a 3-4 mark as a starter, while Miles' only experience came in Tuesday's lopsided loss to the Lakers.
Utah Jazz: Team shows better energy in loss--Deseret News
Sloan changed his starting lineup for the fourth straight game, going back to his most-used lineup of Williams, Paul Millsap, Al Jefferson, Raja Bell and Andrei Kirilenko. Kirilenko replaced Miles, who started against the Lakers. Miles was in for Hayward, who started against the 76ers. Hayward had replaced Kirilenko.
Jazz notes--Salt Lake Tribune
Rookies’ colleges struggling this season
It’s been a doubly difficult stretch for Utah rookies Gordon Hayward and Jeremy Evans.
Not only have the Jazz struggled recently, but so have their colleges. Butler is 14-7 overall and 6-3 in the Horizon League after an overtime loss at home to Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Last season, Hayward led the Bulldogs to a record of 33-5, including 18-0 in the conference.
Butler reached the NCAA championship game, where it lost to Duke, 61-59.
"They’re frustrated," Hayward said. "I talked those guys a lot and they are frustrated just like [the Jazz] are frustrated. ...
"But they’ll be fine. They still have the tournament. Hopefully, they can pick it up when the tournament season comes around."
Purdue's Moore, Butler's Howard finalists for CLASS award--The Indy Star
Quick look at Butler’s 2011 recruits--Victory Firelight
Bulldogs go for league lead against Wisconsin-Green Bay--The Indy Star
Women's basketball: UWGB holds 28-game winning streak over Butler--Green Bay Press Gazette
A Clunker and a Stunner--Milwaukee Panther Tracks
Rush hour--The Post-Tribune
Milwaukee (6-12, 3-4) at Valparaiso (4-15, 1-6)--The Post-Tribune
Scouting Valparaiso University women's basketball--The NWI Times
Wright State games broadcasted on league TV network--Dayton Daily News
Network grows, Horizon League lands more fans--Dayton Daily News
Second Half of League Season Begins With Title Up for Grabs--Horizon League Network