Posted by: TACOREV on March 13th, 2013The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
Another awful road effort at Oklahoma City (48-17, 29-4 home) leads to a sixth-straight loss away from the Solution.
Kevin Durant led the Thunder with 23 & 10 and Russell Westbrook added 19/9/8. Kevin Martin scored 15, Reggie Jackson put in 12, while Serge Ibaka and Derek Fisher each contributed 10.
Hayward scored 20 to lead the Jazz, with Kanter tallying 12. No other Jazz players posted double digits in scoring (and none in rebounding), marking the second-straight road game in which no starters finished in double digits.
More pathetic effort. Not much else for me to say about this game, due additionally to the fact that I switched over to the Utes Pac-12 tourney win over USC. Every time I checked in on the Jazz game, they were losing by more and more.
I guess the only good thing to happen tonight was Kobe Bryant injuring his ankle in the Hated Lakers’ loss at Atlanta. Apparently he’s out indefinitely, which could help the Jazz out in holding that 8th playoff spot.
Speaking of which, we’re a half-game behind LAL again, currently 9th in the West at 33-32.
Next up is a home date with the Grizzlies (43-19) on Saturday night.
Jazz player of the game: Gordon Hayward
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