Oakland, Calif. • Before the match against Golden State Warriors, West Co-ordinated, the jazz coach Quin Snyder said his team was still emerging and that this last game would be before the All-Star break A good way to find out when the team stands.
The verdict: It seems good for some, but there are still ways to go.
After an uncertain start, the Jazz got their action together ̵
"Time before the break, playing the warriors on the road, there are many things that make it a tough game and a challenging game," said Snyder later. "So from that point, I know that we did compete – we need to be better. We were not good enough to win."
Oracle Arena opened 12 minutes, but hit Utah just 26.3 percent from the field, it did not put its eyes deep, and made eight away.
Jazz is known as one of the series's stingiest protective teams, with at least a lot of shows on how the game was running.
After allowing the Golden State players too much free to pass in the basket in the first quarter, adjusting Utah in the second, building the World War on bombing – without success, as did the team town is only 1 of the first 15 attempts over the arcade.
"They were the aggressor, they were taking out what we wanted to do for protection, and that could not happen," said Donovan Mitchell. "We have been able to go out and attack, and that we did the second part of the first quarter. That's really – being aggressive, the aggressor, not letting them know what we do."
The play helped with the Jazz broadcast back to 36-35, and the discomfort came from home fans.
Well, Steph Curry's Drained 3. And then another. And then Andre Iguodala took one. And suddenly, a game had a breathing room at a more uncomfortable game for the home team again.
The third quarter began with the two offenses coming to their form – Golden State was making 5 of its first 8, and Utah 7 out of 11 went
And while the prospect of a shootout with the Warriors Normally, the jazz has really been successful for a while.
Utah grew up, and Mitchell trey put at 4:39 the Jazz mark ahead at 67-66.
They set up 15 out of 22 shots third, falling 40 points in the process and showed the Warriors that they did not expire easily.
Then again, the Warrior
And when the avalanche finally came, he added the chance of the Jazz.
Utah 91-84 hosted initially in the final period, but Draymond Green got a series, Iguodala dropped past and ran out for a dunk breakaway. Hit Kevin Durant rolling. DeMarcus Cousins ripped off and put the ball into. And there were two Curry 3 points thereafter, and the Warriors ran 19-4, lead 103-95, and another victory was very much in charge.
"If we are focusing on the game game, try to execute it, and we take what you need to quench in the fourth quarter, we could be harder," said Rudy Gobert. "They are a very pleasing team, and they know how to win games. We've been working on it and trying to improve what we can do better."
The victory was fifth Golden State after another, and put their records forward to 41-15.
For the Warriors, Kevin Durant in the 28 point way and he added seven help. Curry turned 24 points, and Klay Thompson sent a fingerprint to add 22.
And they all succeeded in making the difference when he learned the most.
"They played a number of plays, some diana shots, and I thought I spent a little bit and some breakdown was late when they were too clear of anxiety," said Snyder. "They're too good to give them good rooms"