The Clippers will look to hand the Utah Jazz (9-9) its first home loss of the season, where they’re 6-0 so far this season.
It will also be their first reunion with Mo Williams, with whom the Clippers parted ways last season in a four team trade that brought Lamar Odom to Los Angeles. Williams has averaged 14 points and just over 6 assists in 32 minutes per game .
The Jazz boast a quartet of solid bigs, starting with Paul Millsap and Al Jefferson, who are tested veterans averaging 14 and 16 ppg, respectively. Derrick Favors and Enes Kanter are both potential all-stars who command attention.