Posted by: TACOREV on December 27th, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Sorry fellas for not getting this up last night, after the Jazz got spanked by Golden State at Energy Solutions Arena.
It was the most one-sided home loss of the season, as the Warriors led by double digits virtually the entire game. The Jazz found themselves playing catch-up from the get-go, never succeeding in getting back into the game.
Stephen Curry destroyed the Jazz for 23/7/8, which shouldn’t come as much of a surprise with Tinsley and Watson running the counter point on our side. David Lee had 18 & 9 while Klay Thompson and Jarrett Jack each added 15.
Jefferson finished with 18 & 10 to lead the Jazz, while Millsap pitched in with 14 & 7. Kanter scored 10 points on 4-of-4 from the field in 18 minutes.
It was a lousy performance from top to bottom, and as a result the Jazz are now on a two-game losing streak at ESA.
15-15 now, as the cycle continues of going just above the .500 mark before falling back down.
Next: Home date with the Clippers Friday night, before a road rematch Sunday night.
Jazz player of the game: Enes Kanter
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