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Can they keep last game’s momentum going?

NBA: Memphis Grizzlies at Utah Jazz Jeff Swinger-USA TODAY Sports

Tonight the Jazz take on the OKC Thunder. The Jazz are looking to extend their win streak from one game to two games. Chris Paul and the OKC Thunder will make it a difficult task. Overall the Thunder have a poposterious lead in the all-time series with a 31-13 lead. This season however, they have played only one game against each other early in the season. The Jazz beat the Thunder 100-95. Remember when the Jazz held their opponents to under 100 points. Good times, good times.

Mike Conley will be out once again for the Jazz. The Jazz have gone 1-1 without him. Tonight should be a bigger struggle without Conley, as Chris Paul is one of the craftiest, smartest players in the league. It would have been nice for Conley and his veteran knowledge going up against Paul.


Game Info

When: Monday, Dec. 9, 2019 • 9:00 PM ET

Where: Vivint Smart Home Arena • Salt Lake City, UT

TV: AT&T Sports Net Rocky Mountain

Radio: 97.5 FM | 1280 AM The Zone


What to watch for

Will the Jazz continue to take good shots?

The Jazz are making 38.5% of their three pointers, that is good for 4th in the league. We need for the Jazz to take most of their shots from the three point line and at the rim. Please Jazz for all that is good, do not take so many floaters! It’s been contagious, the Jazz love their floaters. In their last game against the Grizzlies, the Jazz shot just five mid-range shots in the first half. The second half wasn’t quite as good but still such an improvement compared during our losing streak.

From Ben Dowsett:

Per @cleantheglass, tonight is the 2nd-lowest % of midrange shots the Jazz have attempted in any game this year. Not a coincidence the offense did so well.

Keep up the good work Jazz.


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