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Byline: Stephen A. Smith
SAN FRANCISCO _ He missed a couple of alley-oop dunks, but no one cared. The three-pointers he nailed did matter, though, as the Sixers continue looking for a consistent and dependable second scoring option.
Ask Jumaine Jones to talk about his newfound role, or that he has a role at all, and you get all the right answers.
"It's about Coach giving me the opportunity," Jones deadpanned. "It's about doing the things I'm supposed to be doing."
Jones forgot to mimic coach Larry Brown by stressing the importance of playing the right way, but it was unnecessary. His performance in the Sixers' 118-110 victory over Golden State on Wednesday clearly showed that he is capable …