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TWITTER THREAD – What happened to the Jazz in Atlanta via the tweets of @lockedonsports

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Jazz 16 Hawks 15 with 6:31 left in the 1st quarter
Hawks run one play primarily. Young comes up the left sideline and gets to his right hand with two picks waiting for him with the 4 and the 5. The 5 usually pops and 4 rolls. Young knows it well, will split it, curl it, etc
Hawks 48 Jazz 42 with 6:32 left in the 2nd quarter
Hawks are loaded with shooters and stretch the floor brilliantly
Hawks are 10 of 15 from three to start the game
They are 11th offensive team since All Star Break
Ingles and Mithcell with 10 points
Hawks 52 Jazz 42
Hawks 10 to 2 run as the Jazz offense begins to struggle with the Hawks dropping the big to the rim and not opening up three point shots. Jazz taking a lot of mid range shots
Hawks 65 Jazz 54 at the half
Jazz struggling to get stops. Hawks are 12 of 21 from three. Jazz are best in the NBA at denying threes but Young is getitng in paint and creating for others. Jazz allow 29% of shots as threes tonight 43% of shots are threes
Jazz 82 Hawks 71 with 3:56 left in the 3rd quarter
Donovan Mitchell is rolling 12 points in the quarter
Jazz have outscored the Hawks 26-8
Jazz have hit straight 7 shots
Jazz 99 Hawks 98 with 7:52 left in the 4th
The Hawks are an unreal 18 of 35 from three tonight. The Jazz usually don’t allow threes but the Hawks are getting them off and can’t miss
Jazz have 6 players in double figures all 5 starters and Royce O’Neale
Donovan with 30
Donovan Mitchell has 30 points for the 22 time in his first two years
Only 13 players have surpassed that in their first two years since 1979
Atlanta 117 Jazz 114 Final Score
Got 40 three attempts they made 19 of them
Donovan Mitchell 34 points 15 of 32 only 3 free throw attempts
Donovan just 3 for 11 in the 4th quarter and 0 free throw
Crowder missed two threes late

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 – What can be learned from Raptors and what do injuries to KD and Klay mean for West

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David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, takes a look at what can be learned and what shouldn’t be learned from the Toronto Raptors championship. Both Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson are out for the season. What does this mean for the Western Conference and what the Utah Jazz should do in the off-season.

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LOCKED ON JAZZ – Ripple effect of Durant injury, Game 5 thoughts and 6 players for the Utah Jazz in the draft

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The NBA will be changed for at least a decade based on what happened last night in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. David Locke, takes a look the impact of the Kevin Durant injury and how it will ripple across the NBA landscape and change the way things are done. In addition, Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, looks at the incredible Game 5, Kawhi’s stretch and where the series stands.

Then Locke looks at 6 players that will be in the Jazz range and how they may or may not fit into what the Jazz are doing. Plus, Locke shares 4 trades he is working on in the mock draft

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LOCKED ON JAZZ – The Utah Jazz need to create the rightful order of the basketball universe

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David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, takes a look at the rightful order of the basketball universe and what we can learn from the Raptors. The Utah Jazz off-season goal is to fix the rightful order of the basketball universe. However, that is not an easy task and not something that should be expected. However, it is what needs to be done and which players can achieve that for the Utah Jazz.

Plus, Locke looks at the Warriors and Raptors Game 5.

 

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