Korver, Artest battle on perimeter

The Jazz guard has a career night, yet can't lift his team over the surging Lakers

Updated: May 9, 2010, 3:13 AM ET
By Arash Markazi | ESPNLosAngeles.com

SALT LAKE CITY -- As Kyle Korver sat in front of his locker, the last Utah Jazz player to take off his jersey in the team's deserted dressing room following a 111-110 loss to the Lakers, he took a deep breath and shook his head midway through a question about his performance.

It was the frustrated look of a player who had played one of the best games of his career and had nothing but another loss to show for it. He came off the bench for the Jazz and scored a career-playoff-high 23 points ...

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