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TWITTER THREAD – What happened tonight via the tweets of @lockedonsports

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Kings 11 Jazz 6 with 9:17 left in the 1st quarter
Kings hit three three pointers – 2 off transition and 1 off an offensive rebound
Kings are #2 offense in transition and #26 in halfcourt.
After made shots Kings play the 2nd fastest of any team in the league
Donovan 1 for 3

Kings 53 Jazz 45 with 3:27 left in the 2nd quarter
Kings have controlled this game throughout.
Lead by as many as 15. Jazz got it down to three at 42-39
Jazz are 2 of 14 from three.
Kings shooting 54% and 4 of 11 from three

Kings 73 Jazz 72 with 6:05 left in the 3rd quarter
Jazz finally get the three ball to fall and take the lead
Truly terrible transition defense gives Kings an easy layup and frustrating from the Jazz
With Gobert on the bench Kings are scoring at the rim every play.

Kings 80 Jazz 77 with 2:19 left in the 3rd quarter
Kings transition offense is unreal after both makes and misses
Jazz need to get them into halfcourt and it is hard to do it
Feels like the offensive struggles of a lot of guys on Jazz are making them reluctant to pull trigger

Kings 89 Jazz 83 with 10:40 left in the 4th quarter
Kings really struggle without Fox on the floor Jazz need to take advantage right now. Also Cauley-Stein on the bench
Jazz are 7 of 27 from three – 4 of 18 above the break

Kings 89 Jazz 86 with 8:50 left n the 4th quarter
Dave Joeger calls timeout because Jazz have gotten four straight wide open threes. Problem is Jazz have missed 3 of them. AB made then Dante missed and then back to back misses by Jae Crowder. Jae 9 of last 40 from three

Kings 119 Jazz 110 Final Score
Jazz made a late rally that had some excitement but the story of the 4th quarter is the Kings took a one-point game to start the quarter into a 105-88 advantage. Jazz opened the quarter shooting 1 for 11. Lots of good looks

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 – In depth breakdown of Jazz blitz of the Hornets, Mike Conley’s All-Star chances and Power Ranking Tuesday

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David Locke is the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA insider on today’s edition of Locked On Jazz

  • Locke breaks down the Jazz massive 3rd quarter/4th quarter run and what spurred it on
  • Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert were the bookends to the brilliance and the depth showed in the middle
  • Jordan Clarkson’s unselfish play and Georges Niang’s defense will be overshadowed by the shot making
  • Locke looks at Mike Conley’s all-star chances
  • We hear from the Locked On Lakers and Locked On Suns hosts
  • It is Power Ranking Tuesday and the Jazz hold the #1 spot and projections have them taking the #1 seed by a lot

 

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Jazz Game Rewind – Jazz break record for 3’s in a game…again

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If you missed tonights action, we’ll get you caught up with tonights Jazz Game Rewind! The Utah Jazz went on a 41-11 run to swat the Hornets hopes of getting an upset win tonight, inning 132-110. They connected on a franchise record 28 three-pointers, led by Georges Niang’s 7-7 shooting from three!

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POSTCAST – Georges Niang 7 times !!! Utah Jazz set franchise record with 28 threes in win over Charlotte

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David Locke hosts POSTCAST after each game and tonight they discuss the Utah Jazz franchise record for threes. Georges Niang hitting 7 threes in 7 attempts and Jordan Clarkson and Joe Inlges brought the heat off the bench as well.

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