Trey Burke giving Utah Jazz a spark
During the first 14 games of the season, the Utah Jazz offense was often politely described as sputtering and disjointed. Over the last six games, Jazz players and opponents have started using words like rhythm and flow.
The biggest difference is often the smallest guy on the court: Trey Burke.
The season started with Utah's lottery pick on the bench recovering from a fractured finger. The Jazz dropped 14 of their first 15 contests, often in blowouts. Now they've won three of their last six, and many are crediting Burke. He and the Jazz take on the Trail Blazers at 7 p.m. Friday at the Moda Center.
-- Associated Press