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New York — The Jazz's Paul Millsap, Andrei Kirilenko, Francisco Elson, Kyrylo Fesenko and Ronnie Price did not practice with the team today at the New York Athletic Club due to injuries.

Elson, Fesenko and Price are out for a road game Wednesday at Toronto. Millsap is a game-time decision, while Kirilenko is doubtful.

Utah coach Tyrone Corbin said that he is contemplating a lineup change to help spark the struggling Jazz, who were blown out 131-109 by the New York Knicks on Monday. But with the loss still fresh in Corbin's mind and Utah dealing with a variety of key injuries, he is more focused on the long-term picture. The Jazz are 10th in the Western Conference and just a half game ahead of 11th-place Houston, and only 18 regular-season contests remain for a Jazz team that is 2-8 during its last 10 games.

Utah began practice Tuesday with a film session, putting together a makeshift video room with athletic benches.

— Brian T. Smith

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