Thanks, Al: Jazz beat Suns, Wolves get NBA draft pick

Thanks to former Timberwolf Al Jefferson's 15 points and 16 rebounds, the Utah Jazz beat Phoenix last night. With the win, the Jazz made the playoffs, which in turn gives the Wolves a pick in the first round of the upcoming NBA draft.
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Thanks to former Timberwolf Al Jefferson's 15 points and 16 rebounds, the Utah Jazz beat Phoenix last night. With the win, the Jazz made the playoffs, which in turn gives the Wolves a pick in the first round of the upcoming NBA draft.

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