SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – Utah Jazz point guard Devin Harris was feeling sick to his stomach and couldn’t finish Wednesday night’s game.
By then, the damage had already been done, as Harris pushed the tempo and helped turn an eight-point deficit into a 104-83 blowout victory over the Houston Rockets.
“It was all Devin,” Jazz center Al Jefferson of Harris, who finished with 19 points before leaving late in the third quarter. “He attacked. He was a one-man factory tonight. We got behind him. He set the tone, especially after that first quarter.”
The Jazz initially looked like a team that had dropped four straight, turning the ball over 10 times in the first quarter and falling behind 26-18.