The Utah Jazz are finally back in action. Doesn’t it feel like its been another All-Star break since the Jazz last played? On Saturday night on very tired legs, the Jazz beat the Dallas Mavericks 125-109. The Jazz looked tired but did what good teams do and beat a team that they should beat.
Tonight the Jazz will take on the Tobias Harris-less Los Angles Clippers. The Jazz haven’t faced the Clippers since their trade. The Jazz and the Clippers have only played each other once this season. The Jazz dominated with a 129-109 win. It was during the Jazz’s game win streak while Ricky Rubio was out, with Royce O’Neale starting in his place.
When: Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019 • 7:00 PM MT
Where: Vivint Smart Home Arena • Salt Lake City, UT
TV: AT&T Sports Net – Rocky Mountain
Radio: 97.5 FM | 1280 AM The Zone
Dante Exum – Left Ankle Sprain – OUT
Tony Bradley – Right Knee Surgery – OUT
Los Angeles Clippers:
Luc Mbah a Moute— Knee — OUT
Wilson Chandler — Quadriceps — OUT
An oldie but a goody:
The Jazz will win by double digits. The Jazz are due to have a dominate game. Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert both played really well in their one game against the Clippers this year. Mitchell had 28 points and was a +23. Gobert had 23 points, 22 rebounds, and 4 blocks! No one from the Clippers really shined. Lou Williams was the leading scorer with 23 off the bench. Let’s hope I just didn’t jinx us. Jazz 120- Clippers 102