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Update: Game Six Recap

The Utah Jazz looked like a well-oiled machine during the first half of Friday night's game. Donovan Mitchell played with a grit and determination that warrants a standing ovation, and Jordan Clarkson outscored the Clippers by himself in the second quarter. The Jazz took a 22-point lead into halftime with every ounce of Momentum in their favor. A long-range three pointer from Mitchell straight out of halftime to put the Jazz ahead by 25 made game seven feel like a certainty.
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What to Watch For (Game Six): Utah Jazz at Los Angeles Clippers

The Utah Jazz looked like a force to be reckoned with in the first half of Wednesday night's matchup with the Los Angeles Clippers. Unfortunately, an 18-point third quarter found the Jazz down by nine heading into the fourth. Although they would post 28-points in the final 12-minutes of regulation, the Clippers were able to answer on the other end. Los Angeles would beat Utah and take over home court advantage in game five 119-111.
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Update: Game Five Recap and Western Conference Semifinals Schedule

The first half of game five included a shooting barrage by both the Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Clippers. Bojan Bogdanovic was lights out, connecting on 6/7 shots and finishing the first quarter with 18-points. Los Angeles countered on each Jazz run, holding the game within striking distance. Utah was...
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What to Watch For (Game Five): Utah Jazz vs Los Angeles Clippers

The Utah Jazz came out looking disheveled in game four, scoring 13-points in the first quarter and having an abysmal first half. At one point in the second quarter, they found themselves losing by nearly 30-points, but a second half comeback saw Utah cut LA's lead down to 10. Unfortunately, the Jazz weren't able to dig themselves out of their first half hole, losing 118-104. The series is now tied 2-2 as both teams head back to Salt Lake City for game five.
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Gobert Named to All-NBA, All-Defensive Teams

Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert has been named First Team All-Defense and Third Team All-NBA. These announcements come after being awarded the NBA's Defensive Player of the Year on Wednesday June 9. NBA First Team All-Defense:. Rudy Gobert (Utah Jazz) Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) Draymond Green (Golden State Warriors) Jrue...
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Update: Game Four Recap and Western Conference Semifinals Schedule

The Utah Jazz looked sluggish and unmotivated during the first half of game four against the Los Angeles Clippers. Utah only scored 13-points in the first quarter, and Donovan Mitchell was the leading scorer half way through the second quarter with four points. The Clippers on the other hand, picked up where they left off, scoring at will and making the Jazz pay for their multiple sloppy mistakes.
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What to Watch For (Game Four): Utah Jazz at Los Angeles Clippers

The Utah Jazz were the victims of an unbelievable shooting performance by the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday night. Although the Jazz played well, the Clippers were hitting every shot that they took during game three. The Jazz finished by shooting 43% from the field, while the Clippers shot an astounding 56% on the night.
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Update: Game Three Recap and Western Conference Semifinals Schedule

The Utah Jazz played well throughout most of the game on Saturday night, shooting 43% from the field and connecting on 43.2% of their three pointers in the matchup. The only problem was that the Los Angeles Clippers didn't seem to miss. The Clippers shot 56% from the field, and 53% from three point range, beating the Jazz in game three 132-106.
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What to Watch For (Game Three): Utah Jazz at Los Angeles Clippers

The Utah Jazz were the superior team on Thursday night, jumping out to an early lead, and holding that lead through all but ten seconds in the fourth quarter. Utah would remain strong, scoring timely points and making important stops in the final five minutes to finish off the Clippers and win game two 117-111.
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Update: Game Two Recap and Western Conference Semifinals Recap

The Utah Jazz were resilient in their game two matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night. Donovan Mitchell and Jordan Clarkson were standouts for the Jazz, notching 37 and 24 points respectively. Joe Ingles also snapped out of his shooting slump, knocking down 19-points in the matchup. Defensively, Rudy Gobert and Bojan Bogdanovic were fantastic, locking up the Clippers for the second time in two games.
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What to Watch For (Game Two): Utah Jazz vs Los Angeles Clippers

The Utah Jazz started off slow, but came out firing in the second half, leading to a three point Jazz victory in game one. Donovan Mitchell's uncanny ability to score, alongside Rudy Gobert's extraordinary defense helped the Jazz take the lead and never look back. Utah's 112-109 win on Tuesday night gives them a 1-0 advantage heading into game two.
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Update: Game One Recap and Western Conference Semifinals Schedule

The Utah Jazz didn't start game one the way they wanted to, falling behind 18-25 in the first quarter and shooting 5/22 from the floor. Things seemed to heat up in the third quarter with the Jazz outscoring the Clippers 32-19 and taking their first lead since the early minutes of the game. The Jazz and Clippers exchanged daggers, before finishing the quarter tied up at 79.
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What to Watch For (Game One): Utah Jazz vs Los Angeles Clippers

The Utah Jazz finished the regular season with a 52-20 record, sealing the number one overall seed. They faced Ja Morant and the Memphis Grizzlies in the first round of the Western Conference Playoffs, where they won the series 4-1. The Los Angeles Clippers finished the regular season with a...
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"Bridging The Gap" Is Reason Tee Morant is Rooting For the Utah Jazz to Win NBA Finals

During the second game of the Utah Jazz opening series against the Memphis Grizzlies, three fans were ejected from Vivint Smart Home Arena for using racist and other inappropriate language towards Ja Morant's family. After news broke about what happened, the Utah Jazz issued formal apologies to the Morant Family. Jazz owners Ryan Smith and Dwayne Wade alongside Donovan Mitchell, issued their own personal apologies for what happened on that Wednesday night.
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The Utah Jazz Take Round One: Series Recap

From the get-go, this one was all about the Utah Jazz. Fire, drive, and determination were exuding from the Jazz as they knocked the Grizzlies down early, and although there was a valiant last-ditch effort at the end, Utah finished them off with authority. Donovan Mitchell was once again the...
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What To Watch For (Game Five): Utah Jazz vs Memphis Grizzlies

The Utah Jazz were able to win both games in Memphis and return home with a 3-1 series lead after a 120-113 victory on Monday night. Donovan Mitchell was dominant once again, scoring 30-points and dishing off 8-assists during Utah's win. Since Mitchell has returned from injury, he has averaged 28-points, 2-rebounds, and 4.3-assists. The Jazz are also 3-0 since Mitchell returned from his month long injury hiatus.