Playing their first home game in 12 days, the Utah Jazz will get an opportunity tonight to show their fans the souvenirs they picked up on their recent road trip.

The guy wearing No. 5, Jazz fans will quickly notice, is not Carlos Boozer.

This new No. 5 is Devin Harris, a slight-of-frame-but-speedy 6-foot-3 veteran who now happens to be Utah's starting point guard after being acquired last Wednesday.

And the large, athletic player sporting No. 15 in his Utah uniform is not Matt Harpring or Sundiata Gaines.

Rookie Derrick Favors did, however, play college ball in the Peach State like those two former Jazz players (one year at Harpring's alma mater, Georgia Tech, before being taken third overall in last year's draft).

When Utah takes to the court against Boston, Jazz loyalists will also notice the absence of a No. 8 on their team.

All-Star point guard Deron Williams — the fan-favorite and face of the franchise in Utah for the past five years before things turned sour recently — is now with the New Jersey Nets, of course.

My how things change.

Coach Ty Corbin — remember, he's the guy who just replaced Hall of Famer Jerry Sloan as Utah's bench boss three weeks ago — is pleased with how his new pair of players has integrated into the Jazz system.

Harris and Favors had solid outings in their debuts Friday, when Utah helped Corbin win his first game as head coach (95-84 at Indiana). Harris then made his starting debut Saturday in Detroit, picking up a double-double, while the 19-year-old Favors hit double digits in scoring for the first time as a Jazzman.