Jazz Trey Burke Returns To Full Speed Practice After Pre-Season Finger Injury
The Utah Jazz have the worst record in the NBA at 1-11. One major reason for this is their poor offense, they rank last in the NBA in points per game at 92.2 per 100 possessions. Utah also turns the ball over 18.8 percent of their possessions, which is a league high.
Utah envisioned Trey Burke running the show at point, but he broke his finger about six weeks ago. Now it appears the decorated rookie is almost ready for live action.
Trey Burke is out for New Orleans game but did go through practice full speed today.
— David Locke (@Lockedonsports) November 19, 2013
There was some speculation Burke could make his debut tomorrow in New Orleans, but he’s been ruled out. On the bright side, he is back at practice and should be making his debut really soon.
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