Jazz 14 Bulls 8 with 6:49 1st quarter
Ingles busting out 3 for 3 from three, all above the break 3 point shots
Bulls moving well without ball and getting some good looks
Jazz 33 Bulls 33 with 8:45 left in the 2nd quarter
Bulls on a 12 to 2 run. Sparked offensively by Jabari Parker. Parker has 7 points on 3 of 5 shooting.
Jazz 1 for 5 in the 2nd quarter
Grayson Allen getting 2nd string minutes at back up point guard
Bulls 53 Jazz 51 at the half
Bulls win 2nd quarter 34-22
Jazz taking too many 2s (haha) but no one ever says this. Jazz are 9 of 24 from 3 (38%) and 7 of 21 (33%) from 2
Donovan and Ingles with 11 points
Jazz were 5 of 15 at the rim in the 1st half
Jazz 92 Bulls 89 with 7:03 left in the 4th quarter
Bulls are playing primarily isolation offense which is what sometimes causes the Jazz defense some issues. Jazz defend schemes
Donovan Mitchell has 27. He has been picked up full court all night curious to see what he has left
Jazz 97 Bulls 89 with 4:37 left in the 4th
Donovan Mitchell has scored 30 for the third straight game
Donovan has now scored 30 points as many times this season in 40 games as he did all of last season.
Jazz 110 Bulls 102 Final Score
Jazz do what they are supposed to do in the 4th quarter and outscore the Bulls 29-20
Royce O’Neale with a career high 11 rebounds
Rudy Gobert with a career high 8 assists
Donovan Mitchell has scored 100 points in 3 games
Korver 4th all time 3 pters
LOCKED ON JAZZ — Mike Conley speaks and Tony Jones answers how good are the Utah Jazz
It is the final day of the Summer Interview series with Tony Jones. David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, asks the simpliest of questions, How good are the Utah Jazz. Then Tony sloughs off the Houston Rockets and the Los Angeles Lakers and Locke wants to know why Jones doesn’t have them in the top of the West.
Locke opens the show talking about Mike Conley and how he is developing a relationship with Quin Snyder and Donovan Mitchell
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The Utah Jazz 18-19 season will be most remembered the incident with the racism spewed toward Russell Westbook. Looking back at that moment how does Tony Jones digest what took place. Then David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider wonders with Tony on how it impacted the Jazz off-season and its ability to sign players.
The big moment of the off-season was when the Jazz pivoted from Nikola Mirotic to Bojan Bogdonovic. How did it go down and what did it mean for the Jazz off-season.
The Summer Interview series with David Locke and Tony Jones. First, Locke takes a piece of the Full 48 podcast to talk about how the NBA Schedules.
LOCKED ON JAZZ – What derails Lakers and Rockets plus Tony Jones Part 1 of Summer Interview Series
What could derail any of the contenders in the West? David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider thinks it could be lack of defense. Locke looks at the Los Angeles Lakers and the Houston Rockets to see if they can defend. Then Locke is joined by Tony Jones of the Athletic to talk about the play of Donovan Mitchell in Vegas and what pushes him to the next step as well as how the make up of this team is formed with all the new pieces.
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