Spurs, Jazz Head To Salt Lake City

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - The Utah fans are expected to be wearing
"True Blue" shirts, cheering at the right times and groaning when
officials make calls against their team.
Such things that have helped the Jazz win every home game this
postseason.
But can the crowd fix a leaky defense?
Or get struggling shooters to find their touch?
Utah is down two games to the San Antonio Spurs going into
tomorrow's game three of the Western Conference finals.
The Jazz overcame that deficit in the first round against
Houston.
Both games in San Antonio were decided by halftime, with Utah
not even holding the lead since the first quarter of the first
game.
San Antonio's Tim Duncan has been efficient as ever and Tony
Parker has been a blur, zipping into the lane at will.
Then add Manu Ginobili's scoring as a reserve and some timely
shots by other role players.