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April 24, 2009

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Friday, Apr 24, 2009
Best in class
Matthew Stafford might end up being the No. 1 pick, but is he the best player in the NFL draft? Watch video of 10 top prospects and make the call. Watch and vote NFL Draft Central

My ESPN Today
editorial photoFriday, Apr 24, 2009
Best in class
Matthew Stafford might end up being the No. 1 pick, but is he the best player in the NFL draft? Watch video of 10 top prospects and make the call. Watch and vote NFL Draft Central
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The Jazz continue to make Utah a dreadful place to play for the Lakers, winning 88-86 Thursday night in Game 3 and cutting Los Angeles’ series lead to 2-1. Deron Williams made a 15-foot jumper with 2 seconds left, then Kobe Bryant missed a 3-pointer as time expired that would have given the Lakers the victory. Los Angeles drops to 2-10 in Utah all time in the postseason, its worst road record by location in the playoffs. Kobe Bryant, who shot a miserable 5-for-24 from the field, is 1-8 in his career in Utah in the playoffs with a 35.2 shooting percentage.

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