Utah Jazz endures an uphill battle with Memphis Grizzlies and takes the lead in the series

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).

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