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Trey Burke's been Utah's best player offensively in the first half
Utah's pick and roll defense tonight is cringe-worthy
Anthony Davis is flat out ridiculous
Just got a "Maintenance is having trouble..." announcement from the captain. Pardon me while I focus my camera on Trash Can Hitter Dude.
No on a 7-0 run, now leading 34-27 with 7:11 remaining in the first half
Russ Smith into the game for Pelicans instead of Jimmer is almost an insult
End of 1: Pels 25, Jazz 23. Burke progressing to the mean? He's hit all three of his attempts for a game-high 9 pts. Gordon w/ 8 for NOP.
Not a dry eye in the house. Including mine
Burks dishing to a charging Gobert 20 feet from the basket might seem ridiculous at first, but that's how much space Rudy needs to Eurostep.
Jazz down 25-23 to New Orleans after the first quarter
God Bless Rudy Gobert, who just received a pass 18 feet from the basket and somehow managed to salvage two free throws out of the deal
Jazz down 25-19 to the Pelicans with 2:31 remaining in the first quarter
Enes Kanter and Anthony Davis is probably not a good matchup for the Jazz
A Hayward three gives the Jazz a 12-10 lead with 6:38 remaining in the first quarter
Trey Burke just blocked Jrue Holiday's shot....nice start to this game on both ends
Trey Burke for three.....twice in a row....
The Jazz and the New Orleans Pelicans are starting in about 25 seconds
That last move by Kyrie Irving. My word
Fredette said no matter what happens, he's always going to go hard in practice. When his time comes he will try to earn his minutes
Jimmer Fredette said it's always special for him coming back to Utah. Says he made lasting lifetime friends here
We all just got finished interviewing Jimmer Fredette. He's looking forward to this game
Wyoming's 56-33 rout of Colorado gives the Mountain West two nice wins over the Pac 12 this season (San Diego State-Utah).
Things I'm learning today: Utah fans are still very angry at Kyle Whittingham. A lot of them
10 worst mid range shooters in the NBA (in top 100 mid range attempts) 1 Jazz player. A few surprises http://t.co/X3qZISTwDV
Kyle Whittingham deserves national coach of the year mention for winning seven games in this conference with that offense
Best Mid Range shooters of players with top 100 mid range attempts. 2 Jazz players in Top 10 and one at #1 http://t.co/ecu7xYZiB2
I always think it's silly to compare teams on different levels. But I've seen 4-5 Utah prep teams this year that would beat Savannah State.
RES today: Not that cold. Not that wet.
Courtesy of hjsports, Utah State leads Mississippi State, 38-34. First halftime lead for the unbeaten Aggies (3-0) this season.
Alec Burks last 5 games 14 pts 7 rebs 3 ast 45% FG 46% from 3
"Her musibet bir dua vaktidir.Musibet bitinceye kadar duayı artırarak devam etmeli; musibeti Allah'a (c.c.) şikayet ederek Hz. Yakûb misali"
Weird day for the Aggies. Hoops at Starkville, Miss., on football game day. Will anybody noticed the basketball game?
Awesome mid-range development from Derrick Favors 14-15 37% 13-14 31% 12-13 31% 11-12 29% 10-11 29%
The moment you tell the cabbie to take you to Oakland airport and he takes you to SFO....smh...day is starting wonderfully
FG% on passes from Gordon Hayward Derrick Favors: 62% Dante Exum: 62% Enes Kanter: 52% Trevor Booker: 50% Alec Burks: 42% - 50% 3's
Jazz starting 5 is the 6th best offensive unit in the NBA - 113.2 pts per 100 possessions
Pelicians take the 2nd most amount of shots in restricted area (40%) Jazz allow 11th fewest (31%)
Jazz take 6th most amount of shots in restricted area (36% of shots) Pelicans allow the most in restricted area (38%)
Last year the Minnesota Timberwolves were 29th in NBA in defending restricted area (64.9%) this Cleveland is 30th (675) Coincidence?
5 teams that allow most shots in restricted area Suns - 34.8% of shots Lakers - 35% 76ers - 35.1% Celtics - 35.3% Pelicians - 38.3%
The New Orleans Pelicans allow 38% of opponents shots to be in restriced area most in the NBA - How is that possible with Davis and Asik?
Jimmer Fredette is on the Pelicans. He is shooting 7 of 21 and 1 for 7 from 3. He has played in 6 of the 11 games for 70 minutes
Pelicans center Omer Asik re-injuried his back in warm ups last night before game with Denver and didn't play. Seems unlikely tonight
Jazz forward Joe Ingles on his relationship with fellow Aussie Dante Exum: "I saved him from his mom driving him to practice."
At one point, someone (an Aggie assistant?) tried to step between TV camera and Wells/Caragher.
Odd, Lengthy post-game chat between Utah State coach Matt Wells and San Jose's Ron Caragher. Didn't look all that friendly.
Good night from Oakland. Always an honor and pleasure to bring the action to Jazz fans even on tough nights. Back at it tomorrow at ESA
Blowout Friday night in the NBA - Feels like more blowouts than in past years. Variance of the 3 ball?
Jazz have made this so interesting it looks like half the fans have left and the other half are texting.
One Jazz player had a great night. Toure' Murry's crazy line playing PG in an Idaho win: 15 pts, 10 assts, 6 rebounds, 6 steals, 27 minutes.
This game is so out of hand Brandon Rush has entered for the Warriors.
Could get 12 minutes of Dante in the 4th quarter.
As bad as this loss is for the Jazz, nobody truly believed they were gonna beat GS on the road. Have to focus on NO and CHI on Sat and Mon
Jazz down 74-48...If I were Quin, I'd just sit my starters...Save it for tomorrow night
Warriors almost exclusively putting Trey and Enes in pick and rolls defensively
Gordon Hayward playing with force early in the third quarter
Jazz showing fight so far to begin the second half
Andrew Bogut is so skilled lol
Jazz have scored seven points in the first two minutes of the second half.....good start offensively
Brightsides to tonight: With the outcome no longer in doubt, I can get crackin on my game story, which has to be sent by the buzzer
Brightsides to tonight: The Jazz should have FREEESSSSHHHH legs tomorrow against the New Orleans Pelicans
Brightsides on the floor for the Jazz.....Dante Exum played well...Rudy Gobert played well. That's about it
Brightsides to tonight: I'm listening to Biggie on my iTunes playlist "long kiss goodnight" to be exact
That last tweet is my impersonation of Mark Twain, if he were into sports journalism
And there endeth a nightmarish first half for the Jazz, who trail Golden State 54-32 on a bleak Friday night...
Halftime: Jazz 32 (total points), Warriors 20 (points off turnovers).
Watching these Warriors compared to last year makes you realize Mark Jackson isn't a very good coach.
Nice spinaround move followed by a jumper for Alec Burks.
Trey Burke played his best game of the season on Tuesday night. He's playing his worst tonight....and it's not even close
btw. Andrew Bogut defensively....I mean...wow...he's one of the best positional and help guys in the league, no question
Jazz down 48-28 with 3:36 remaining in the first half. Jazz had one mini-run with the second unit, and that's been it
Curry and Bogut just Globetrotter-ed the Jazz
Sweet Steph Curry alley-oop pass to Andrew Bogut. This Warriors team. Wow.
Jazz down 42-26 with 5:24 remaining in the first half
That was a puzzling substitution. Team was getting defensive stops with Exum on the floor
Another Livingston post up on Trey. Another basket. Lead went from 9-to-16 when Exum went to the bench.
So in three possessions that Trey Burke has been back in, the Warriors have been going right at him