Jazz 10 Heat 2 with 9:16 1st quarter
Great start for the Jazz
Miami defense is good in halfcourt and Jazz are getting early action
Miami is 29th offensively in the half court and if Jazz can avoid turnovers that will be huge in this game
Jazz 35 Heat 35 with 7:55 left in the 2nd Quarter
Raul Neto hit a layup with 1:46 left in the 1st quarter and made the score 35-16 since then Miami is on a 19-0 run. Jazz have missed 9 straight shots and Miami went 7 for 9 with Gobert on the bench some of those threes
Heat 44 Jazz 42 with 2:55 left in the 2nd quarter
Jazz miss 15 straight shots until Joe Ingles toss a high floater in at the 5:39 mark of 2nd quarter. 1st Jazz points since 1:46 in the 1st quarter
Whiteside 13 points and 10 rebounds.
Jazz largest lead was 35-16
Jazz 55 Heat 53 at halftime
This is why everyone wants to play fast. Two great defensive coaches that take away the shots you want.
Jazz have two corner 3 attempts and Heat have 1
Jazz 11 rim shots and Heat 5
Jazz 68 Heat 66 with 4:20 3rd quarter
Rudy Gobert controlled taps on rebounds this quarter have been remarkable. Has 17 rebounds.
Jazz look tired. Miami is in on them on every possession. This is going to take a deep dig to have enough juice for final 16 minutes
Heat 88 Jazz 87 with 6:30 left in the 4th quarter
Jazz have missed 6 straight three point shots. Legs might be gone
Jazz have been very good in the clutch this year 8th best team
Miami in the clutch are 27th offensively but 2nd best defensively.
Heat 91 Jazz 91 with 4:23 left in the 4th quarter
Our first tie was when Miami went on a 19-0 run to tie the game at 8:42 left in the 2nd quarter. Since then we have had 15 ties and 12 lead changes.
Possession by possession game the rest of the way.
Who do the Jazz close with?
Heat 102 Jazz 100 – Final Score
Donovan Mitchell gets a wide open three off a brilliant play to win it but it rims.
Dwayne Wade got a whistle late and hit both free throws
Donovan Mitchell drive on play before doesn’t go and not enough contact for whistle.
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The NBA was rocked again as Russell Westbrook was traded to the Houston Rockets. Why was the deal done? How did the deal get done? Is it possible the Rockets didn’t get better by adding Russell Westbrook? David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and the Jazz NBA Insider takes a look at all these questions and breaks it down.
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Utah Jazz radio voice and Jazz NBA Insider David Locke gives Jazz fans the reason why they should be most excited for the upcoming season. Then, Locke takes his intial look at points gained and how the Western Conference is setting up offensively.
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Utah Jazz radio voice and Jazz NBA Insider David Locke takes a look at the impact of Kawhi Leonard bringing Paul George to the Los Angeles Clippers. Locke looks at the long term scary part of this for small market franchises. In addition, Locke takes a look at Rudy Gobert and how he has become more valuable and more important in the West.
Plus, a few quick thoughts on the summer league.