Derrick Favors is one of the Utah Jazz's most powerful players, even leads the team in dunks. So, it's hard to say he's quietly coming on. But Favors is indeed quietly coming on of late. The second-year big man has played well on this road trip, scoring 14 points in two of the three games, shooting 16-for-27 and grabbing an average of 5.7 rebounds in only 16.7 minutes. Even so, those key performances off the bench have been overshadowed by recent outbursts by Al Jefferson, who's led the team in scoring, rebounding and assists in consecutive road wins.
Al Jefferson isn't only Jazzman emerging
The Deseret News | Mar 9