Two seasons ago, his performance against the Los Angeles Lakers in the first round of the playoffs led Jazz coach Jerry Sloan to hint that he made a mistake not playing Price over Knight for most of the season.
Boozer hurt again. Big surprise. So much for those lofty expectations in Chicago. Might be fighting to stay out of the lottery after giving away Hinrich and a first round pick for the pleasure of having Carlos and a slew of off guards.
Fesenko also had his own open shot blocked — by the bottom of the rim — after he made a crowd-wowing spin move and drive. (The orange cylinder, by the way, did not wag its finger at Fes.)
"It was a great move, great move," Jazz point guard Deron Williams said. "The ending was, you know, a bit of a whammy."
Fesenko was almost left speechless by the near-highlight/funny lowlight.
"I don't know what to say," he said. "When I jumped, I didn't think about dunking it, but when I looked up I was like, 'Wow, I was so close to the rim. Let me try.' I tried, I failed, but it was a good move."