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TWITTER THREAD – Utah Jazz beat Dallas Mavericks 97-90

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These are the tweets of the night from @lockedonsports.  This is a new idea for you to experience the game in case you missed it.  I will attempt to tweet at most timeouts to give you a feel for the game.  Let me know if this adds value to your fan experience.

End of 1st Quarter – Jazz 35 Dallas 23 — Jazz have 5 three pointers already. Had 16 against the Mavericks in last match-up. when Jazz hit 13 threes in a game they are 14-4 this year. Crowder has 7 points to lead Jazz against his first team

Jae Crowder first dunk on a baseline drive. However, Mavericks have mucked up the game and the Jazz have lost any rhythm offensively. Mavericks on a 11-3 run. Jazz lead it 38-34

Jazz are 1 for 6 shooting in the 2nd Quarter. This is how last night was played out as well..

Joe Ingles hits a three to end the Mavericks 15-0. The three moves Joe Ingles into 3rd in single season three pointers for the Utah Jazz. Passing Gordon last year total

Jazz close on a 11-1 run. Game changed on a great hustle block shot by Joe Ingles. Up to that point the Mavericks had out hustled the Jazz all night to that point. Ingles hit a three, Mitchell as well. Shots going in help. Jazz 53-50 at the half

Last night Jazz played team that is #1 in NBA in defending the restricted area and tonight the Mavericks are #29. It shows at time. Favors finishes to put the Jazz up 63-57 with 8:12 left in the 3rd Quarter

End of 3rd Quarter Jazz lead it 74-71. Donovan goes coast to coast for his 21st point. 6th straight games with 20 points. Only Darrell Griffith has done that as a Jazz rookie. Had 8 straight with 20 points in 1980.

Jazz offense is not good right now. Shooting just 14 of 41 since the 1st quarter and 4 of 17 from three. Very similar to last night.

Dallas shoots the 4th most threes in the NBA. Have been missing all night. Were 1 of 10 in 1st quarter 2 of 9 in 2nd quarter and 2 for 7 in 3rd. Now they are starting to fall. Nervous game for Jazz. Must win for Utah. Jazz 84-82Jazz have 8 games with 80+% win probability. Have to win all of them to make playoffs. This is one of them

Tied at 84 with 5:34 left. Clutch play coming

Jazz 14th offense in clutch 18th defense in clutch

Dallas 28th offense in clutch 29th defense in clutch

Jazz win it 97-90. Hope you liked the twitter in game thread tonight.

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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