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Philadelphia 76ers are 29th in Spot up shots
Here are the catch and shoots numbers for the 76ers
JJ Redick 31 of 84 (37%)
Landry Shame 17 of 57 (29.8%)
Joel Embiid 20 of 53 (38%)
Mike Muscala 14 of 43 (33%)
Furkan Korkmaz 7 of 14 (50%)

76ers 10 Jazz 2 with 10:00 left in the 1st quarter
Crowd chanting Jimmy Butler Jimmy Butler as he nails a three.
Sixers have shown all their talents. Simmons in the open floor in transition, Redick on a curl to the basket, Embiid in the post and Butler with 2 buckets.

76ers 40 Jazz 28 wth 9:59 in 2nd quarter
Donovan Mitchell makes back to back shots including a awesome alley opp
Jazz not getting stops . Sixers are 14 of 19 from the field
76ers 52 Jazz 46 with 2:55 in 2nd quarter
This game feels very one sided and statistically is very one sided.
However, Jazz are within 6.
This either means one of two things. Jazz are about to come back and win and the Sizers are really not as good as people thought. Or ….

76ers 54 Jazz 52 at the half.
Jazz really battled
Shot 1 for 12 from three
EFG% is Philly 60% Jazz 43%
Philly blew a huge lead in their last game v. Orlando including giving up a 21-0 run in the 4th quarter

76ers 68 Jazz 62 with 7:39 left in the 3rd quarter
Jazz tied it at 60
Ben Simmons asserting himself on the game much more than 1st half.
Three-point shooting: Jazz 2 of 13; Sixers 7 of 14
I’m going for a reverse jinx here – Jazz have missed 13 straight corner 3 shots over the last 2 games

Jazz 93 76ers 88 with 8:35 left in the 4th quarter
9-2 run by Jazz

Jazz 95 Sixers 94 with 6:59 left in the 4th quarter
Joel Embiid 5 of 17 from the field tonight
Donovan Mitchell 10 of 29
Nothing pretty
Two teams battling

Sixers 113 Jazz 107 Final Score
Sixers close on a 23-12 over final 7:25
Jazz miss 16 free throws and make some crucial mistakes

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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The Utah Jazz traded Rudy Gobert on Friday after a 4th of July weekend to soak in the biggest news of the NBA trade season we try to digest what it means for the Utah Jazz. David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, take a look at all angles of the Rudy Gobert trade. The emotions of losing one of your own and a beloved player like Rudy Gobert. The player that we knew how great he was and had to argue on his behalf and now someone else gets the pleasure. Locke revisits the decision making tree of the Utah Jazz and how they got to trading Rudy Gobert and why they took this trade rather than other options that may have been on the table for the Utah Jazz. Then Locke looks into what did we really get in this trade and what are the possibilities of benefit for trading one of the great players in franchise history. A look at each of the 5 first round picks and what they could become and the margin starts to expand the farther out you go. Then are the Utah Jazz re-building? Why now would be the question. That is a decision that the Jazz don’t need to make for the some time. Summer league kicks off today and what are the Utah Jazz looking for and who could make an impression. What the Jazz want to see from Jared Butler Locked On Jazz Podcast 💻 https://www.lockedonjazz.net/ 🎧 LockedOnJazz.com https://buff.ly/2FEZTVY 🎧 Apple https://apple.co/3Dc8QBq 🎧 Spotify https://spoti.fi/3IfvgVX 🎧Stitcher https://bit.ly/3pkGyzB 🎧 Google https://bit.ly/3I8TwJz

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