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TWITTER THREAD – Follow the Jazz blowout of the Lakers via @lockedonsports

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Jazz 8 Lakers 3 with 9:45 left in the 1st Quarter
Rudy Gobert dominating around the basket early. Players bypassing shots and then missing
Royce O’Neale has hit two above the break 3s. Surprised. Don’t be Royce is now 16 of 36 (44%)

Jazz 46 Lakers 34 with 6:53 left in the 2nd quarter
Donovan Mitchell with 14 points
Jazz offense is rolling against very good defensive team. Offensive rating is 127 right now
Lakers playing offense in the half court

Jazz 58 Lakers 38 with 1:59 left in the 2nd quarter
Highlights everywhere
Donovan slams on McGee
Donovan blocks Kuzma off the glass
Ingles from Happy Valley for 3

Jazz 62 Lakers 41 at the half
Donovan Mitchell has 19 points and 4 assists. All 4 of Donovan’s assists are for three point shots. Donovan has directly contributed to 31 of the Jazz 61 points in the first half.
Royce O’Neale with 4 three pointers.
Joe Ingles 10 rebounds is a new career high

Jazz 76 Lakers 64 with 3:03 left in the 3rd quarter
Lakers on a 14-5 run. They are getting out and running and crashing offensive glass on the Jazz.
Neither team shooting well. Jazz EFG is 44.9% and Lakers is 39%
Jazz offensive rating is 102 Lakers is 87

Jazz 90 Lakers 73 with 9:12 left in the 4th quarter
Jazz have some huge rebound numbers tonight
Rudy Gobert with 15 Derrick Favors with 13 and Joe Ingles with a career high 12
Speaking of career high Royce O’Neale with 14 points

Jazz 95 Lakers 79 with 6:11 left in the 4th
Donovan Mitchell has 31 points, 6th time this year over 30. Did it 7 times all of last season
Gobert 1 rebound short of a season high with 18
Derrick Favors with season high 13 rebounds
Shooting tonight not good lots of rebounds
Donovan Mitchell has 33 points and 9 assists. His 9 assists were for 25 points, 7 of the 9 were for three pointers. 58 points of the 113 Jazz points

Jazz 113 Lakers 95 – Final Score
Career high and Season high all over the place tonight
Donovan Mitchell career high 9 assists
Joe Ingles career high 12 rebounds
Royce O’Neale 17 points and 5 three pointers
Derrick Favors season high 13 rebounds
Rudy Gobert season high 18 rebs

David Locke enters his ninth year as the radio play-by-play voice of the Utah Jazz, having spent the majority of his career in radio in Salt Lake City and Seattle. In the summer of 2016, Locke created the Locked on Podcast Network which has podcast daily bite sized podcasts for every NBA and NFL team. A native of Palo Alto, Calif., Locke graduated from Occidental College in Los Angeles with a degree in Political Science and Sociology. Locke and his wife have a son and a daughter.

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A day away from return to play plan. Time Machine takes us to Utah Jazz 1985

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The Utah Jazz will find out the return to play plan on Thursday. David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider takes a look at those plans and where things stand. Plus, news around the sports world as things begin to return to play. Who are the highest-paid players in the NBA and how many NBA players were part of the top 100 paid athletes? It is time machine week on Locked On and we are heading back to 1985 for some AD and Thurl Bailey action

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LOCKED ON JAZZ – Listen, Be Uncomfortable, Be Active thoughts from Quin Snyder and more

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David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insiders, tries to do what Quin Snyder asked in his interview with Woj. Be transparent. Be uncomfortable. Be better.

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