The Utah Jazz decided a 3 hard match against the Memphis Grizzlies only in the final minutes with 121: 111. Donovan Mitchell got it up just in time.
Memphis Grizzlies (8) – Utah Jazz (1) 111: 121 (BOXSCORE), Serie A: 1-2
With 9/23 off the field and 2/10 Donovan Mitchell didn’t make a great game, but 10 of his 29 points (5 assists) came in the last 4 minutes of the match. The most steadfast was his backcourt partner Mike Conley, who scored 27 points in 7/10 three times and handed 8 assists. Rudi Joubert placed a double with a score of 15 points (7/8 FG), 14 rebounds, and 4 screws.
On the flip side, Ja Morant (28, 10/23 FG) and Dillon Brooks (27, 11/24 FG) advanced, but Brooks didn’t do well with many of the trophies (1/7 total) and sixth. Dirty final stage.
Jonas Valanciunas scored his 10 points (6 of the 13 he followed on the attacking board) all within three minutes. With 17 points (5/8 3P) coming from the bench, Grayson Allen was heavily involved in ensuring that Memphis was able to make the game exciting in the fourth quarter.
Kyle Anderson played a double double (11, 13 rebounds, 5 assists), and Jordan Clarkson (5/11 FG) and Boyan Bogdanovich (2/3 3b) each contributed 15 jazz points.
Utah consistently punished the senior Grizzlies’ men, who repeatedly fell deep into the area, in externally recovered 19/43 (44.2 percent). However, the jazz ball movement was not as successful as in the previous games (17 to 23 assists).
Memphis had significant advantages in the area (54:34 points) and in points after offensive rebounds (21:10), but were defeated again on free throws (12/14 to 22/27).
Memphis shows lack of experience – Brooks missed it
Utah started at 3/5 3P and thus made a 16: 7 lead, also because Memphis had struggled hard at first offensively. Additionally, the jazz team collected five offensive rebounds in the first seven minutes of the match, and the Grizzlies were relying heavily on points in the area.
Brandon Clark (0) was early in the game in the first minutes of his playoff career after not using it for the first two matches. De’Anthony Melton halted a jazz run 8-0 at the end of the division by three and shortened it to 22:34.
Morant then set off on a little tour that shook the FedEx Forum. After his triple pull success, Grizzlies made a quick brunch, which Morant completed with a chic 360 dunk cap.
However, Memphis made life needlessly difficult for two fouls against three shooters in under five minutes. Art director Taylor Jenkins criticized the second whistle until it was punished with a technical error. Utah sat down at 62:51 before the break.
Jonas Valancionas appears to have planned a better second half and personally guaranteed his team’s top ten points in the third quarter. Memphis rose to five points before Bogdanovic scored seven straight jazz points.
Dillon Brooks scored the first six points from the final section, but then made his fifth mistake and was forced to sit on the bench. However, Memphis met directly with Utah, and in the minutes that followed, the drive switched back and forth.
After a 109: 10 lead of Grizzlies, Memphis ran completely cold, Utah had ten straight points. Brooks put Mitchell back on the line for three throws and a foul at the same time, then jazz confidently brought victory to the finish line.
Jazz vs. Grizzlies: A Quick Look at the Series
|1||24. May||3.30 am||Jazz||grizzly||109: 112|
|2||27. May||it’s 4 o clock||Jazz||grizzly||141: 129|
|3||30. May||3.30 am||grizzly||Jazz||111: 121|
|4||1. June||3.30 am||grizzly||Jazz|
|6 *||5. June||Damn||grizzly||Jazz|
|7 *||7. June||Damn||Jazz||grizzly|