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TWITTER THREAD – The huge comeback via the tweets of @lockedonsports

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Magic 22 Jazz 7 with 5:21 left in the 1st quarter
Awful start by the Jazz. Missing defensive assignments and the offense is doing exactly what the Magic want them to do. They are staying on shooters and sagging in the paint and Jazz are talking mid range shots. Jazz 3 of 11

Magic 42 Jazz 21 with 8:46 left in the 2nd quarter
By far the worst the Jazz have looked all season. Just dead on both sides of the ball and the Magic are rolling
Magic haven’t lost a 20 point lead this season and the Jazz haven’t come back from down 20 this season

Magic 47 Magic 34 with 4:37 left in the 2nd quarter
Jazz on a 10-2 run sparked by Jae Crowder
Jazz will need to put the ball in the hand of Donovan Mitchell tonight otherwise getting no advantage

Magic 72 Jazz 60 with 6:21 left in the 3rd quarter
Jazz have had 4 chances to get the game to 10 and have not been able to convert. Magic starting to miss shots keeping Jazz in the game

Jazz 76 Magic 75 with 1:19 in the 3rd quarter
Unreal – 30-12 run in the quarter
23-3 run and the Magic basket is a DJ Augustin prayer at the shot clock
Donovan started this and then Neto and the crew have carried the mo.

Jazz 78 Magic 75 end of 3rd quarter
Magic have 1 field goal (the prayer) for the final 8:27 of the 3rd quarter
Neto was great in 3rd quarter
Rudy a beast.
Incredible run 25-3 to close the quarter

Jazz 90 Magic 86 with 6:14 left in the 4th quarter
Listening to @lockedonmagic today the conversation was about how much Magic struggle without Augustin and Vucevic on the floor. They should be returning for the final 6:14. Both are + tonight

Jazz 106 Magic 93 Final Score
235 times this year a team has trailed by 20 and this is 10th time a team has come back to win
Donovan Mitchell had 16 in the 4th quarter – 33 points tonight for the 5th time this year – did it 7 times all of last year
2nd half – Jazz 60 Magic 30

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 – The weekend, the NBA plan to return with 22 teams and Time Machine goes to 2000

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The weekend was one we won’t forget. David Locke gives some thoughts on what we can all do to make the world a better place. The NBA has the intial return to play model out and Locke takes a look at how it came about and what it does for the league and the Utah Jazz. Then it is Time Machine back to 2000.

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Interview with Jerry Sloan from March 1997 and Should the Utah Jazz start Georges Niang

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In March of 1997 David Locke, now the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, sat down with Jerry Sloan for a 1 on 1 conversastion. Thanks to the people at Larsen Digital the tape has been converted and today’s episode has the conversation with Jerry. Plus, should the Jazz start Georges Niang in place of Bojan Bogdanovic.

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LOCKED ON JAZZ – Live Show, Venn Diagrams of return to play and your questions on Utah Jazz in playoffs

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David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, takes a look at the Venn Diagrams around return to play with a circle for safety, a circle for revenue and a circle for basketball fairness and the problem is they don’t really intersect. Then Locke takes your questions on a love show.

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