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Jazz 22 Grizzlies 17 with 3:22 left in the 1st quarter
Ricky Rubio gets it going early tonight. 4 for 5 shooting 3 assists – 9 points
Grayson Allen started tonight. Went 1 for 3 and had 2 fouls in 8:29 of action
Thabo Sefolosha making an impact without playing. Met Grayson Allen when he came off the floor to help him with a bunch of plays and how to deal with them. Veteran helping the youngster
Jazz 42 Grizzlies 39 with 6:52 left in the 2nd quarter
Jazz on a 7-0 run. Exum with nice open court finish. Rubio continues to make shots
Defenses beginning to have an impact after offensive 1st quarter
Jazz will need to make corner 3 – 3 for 7 so far’
Jazz 54 Grizzlies 45 with 2:41 left
Huge stretch with Gasol out of the game with 3 fouls
19 to 6 run
Rubio and Ingles leads with 14
Jazz 60 Grizzlies 53 at the half
Ricky Rubio with 17 points with 6 assists
Ingles with 14 points
Conley has 17
31 fouls called – 5 Jazz players with 3 fouls and 3 Grizzlies players
Halftime Jazz 60-53
Rudy with 1 shot attempt. Had only 1 shot attempt in the first half in the last game.
Marc Gasol takes a lot of this away and the Grizzlies often bring a third defender into play which opens so one for a three. Usually in the corner
Jazz are 2/7 on corner 3
Jazz 67 Grizzlies 66 with 7:23 left in 3rd quarter
Foul trouble is a major part of this game. Rubio and Allen both with 4.
Exum has to play point in a half court game.
Marc Gasol’s defense is incredible.
Jazz 73 Grizzlies 73 with 2:41 3rd quarter
Offense unable to run without Rubio on the floor forces Quin to go back to Rubio with 4 fouls
Rubio leads the Jazz with 19 and Conley with 22 for Memphis
Memphis 98 Jazz 87
Jazz can’t get stops in the halfcourt.
According to @cleantheglass Memphis half court offense is in the 97% percentile of all games this year.
The Jazz defense can’t stop Memphis 2 man game.
Memphis is playing two man game in middle of floor
Final Score Memphis 110 Jazz 100
First time in 26 meetings both teams scored 100 points
Conley and Mack combine for 47 points. The stretch 5 pulling Gobert out on the floor causing Jazz defensive issues.
Teams have Rudy Gobert game plans

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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LOCKED ON JAZZ – 6 game win streak, Ricky Rubio’s return and Jazz most improved player

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Utah Jazz radio voice and Jazz NBA Insider David Locke looks at the Utah Jazz 6 game win streak and how much you can take from what has taken place. How do the Jazz bring Ricky Rubio back into action? Locke thinks their is one player who is clearly the most improved and he shares who it is.

Then a Monday look at where the Western Conference stands.

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POSTCAST – Locke and Boone win 6th straight

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Utah Jazz radio team, David Locke and Ron Boone, on the Jazz 6th game win streak

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LOCKED ON JAZZ – Defense again, great preparation and Donovan solid at point

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The Utah Jazz blew out the Los Angeles Clippers in LA. The Jazz won their conference leading 8th road game against a western conference team. David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA insider breaks down another brilliant defensive performance.

The win in LA was highlighted by great coaching preparation and Donovan Mitchell looking more comfortable at the point guard position.

Lastly, Locke takes a status check on where the Jazz sit in comparison to the rest of the NBA.

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