At The (2-4) will take on the (3-3) Last Game Last night in Phoenix, the Suns were down 42-16 to the Cavs with 10:26 left in the second quarter. The Suns refused to fold, taking their first lead with about 8 minutes to go and holding on to win 107-105. For the Jazz last night in Denver, it was another road game, another loss. While the Jazz led 27-26 after 1 quarter, the Nuggets scorched the Jazz 27-11 in the second quarter and never looked back, beating the Jazz 104-84. Starting Lineups Jazz Mo Williams/Jamaal Tinsley (haven't heard if Mo will go or not) Gordon Hayward Marvin Williams Paul Millsap Al Jefferson Suns Goran Dragic Jared Dudley Micheal Beasley Luis Scola Marcin Gortat Key Bench Players Jazz Derrick Favors Enes Kanter Randy Foye Alec Burks? DeMarre Carroll? It's hard to say what Ty will do with Burks and Carroll lately. Suns Shannon Brown Markieff Morris Sebastian Telfair P.J. Tucker Injury Report Jazz Mo Williams has a strained right abductor, the same injury that caused him to miss some of the preseason games. I haven't heard if he's in or out tonight. Earl Watson has continued to rehab his knee. David Locke tweeted the following today: Earl Watson thinks he is close to ready Jazz may need him tonight if Mo Williams adductor limits his play and with Goran Dragic driving Suns Channing Frye is out for the season with an enlarged heart. Jermaine O'Neal missed last night's game over a personal matter. He rejoined the team but didn't travel to Salt Lake City for tonight's game. Kendall Marshall is day-to-day with a sprained ankle. Notes The Jazz look to stay undefeated at home. Next week, they will go on a 4-game Eastern Conference road trip, so they'd better figure out how to do better and win on the road. The Suns have won 7 of the last 8 meetings in the series. The Suns are playing at the fastest pace in the league and are 27th in the league in defense. The previous two statements are stuff that Locke posted on Twitter.