Posted by: TACOREV on December 19th, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
An 8-point second quarter — that’s right, EIGHT points — dooms the Jazz in Indianapolis, dropping them to 5-11 on the road and 14-13 overall.
Three Pacers breached 20 points, led by Gerald Green’s 21. Paul George and George Hill each added 20.
Favors led the Jazz with 16 & 9. The blowout gave Burks a chance off the bench, where he scored 12 points in 14 minutes.
Millsap, Jefferson, and Foye went a combined 6-of-25 for 18 points.
A 52-28 deficit in the paint. That’s almost double. Sickening.
Realistically though, we should have all seen this coming. This Jazz team is on a fairly predictable cycle of solid and putrid performances. They can hardly have a great showing without an equal (or greater) amount of letdown games.
1-1 on the road trip so far, off to the Sunshine state to finish it up. At Miami Saturday, Orlando Sunday.
Jazz player of the game: Derrick Favors
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