Salt Lake City-As expected, the Utah Jazz easily defeated the Orlando Magic at the Viwen Arena.
Okay, maybe it doesn’t match expectations.
Utah led by 42 in the first half, set the NBA record with 18 3s in the first half, and Donovan Mitchell withdrew from the game before the first timeout in the third quarter.
There was a blowout and then there was Blowout.
The Jazz defeated the listless Magic 137-91 for the ninth time in a row. Utah also expanded its franchise’s best home winning streak to 22.
So, how ugly things got on Saturday?
We just want to say that the most memorable game is the one that didn’t earn points.
Just like when Rudy Gobert pretended to take a three-pointer at the top of the key, it made fun of more than 6,000 fans who made it clear that they wanted the All-Star center to put the ball on the three-pointer.
Or, when Joe Ingles is still outside the three-point line, it̵
Later, when Ingles tried to find Mitchell again in a deep alley, Deja vu hit a few. This time, Mitchell went out of bounds after a wrong throw. When he ran back, Mitchell seemed to be asking Ingles, “What’s that?” When they laughed at the play.
The jazz on Saturday was full of laughter.
After the end of the first quarter, they led by 18 points (Orlando’s RJ Hampton hit a heinous tempo at the end of the first quarter, so the Magic did at least), and in the remaining half of the time, they Lead with 42 points.
In the first two quarters, Utah trailed by 31 points from the three-point line, setting a new NBA record, scoring 3 points at halftime, and this record came from almost everyone. Mitchell scored 7 goals in the first half of the game, Ingus scored 6 goals 4 goals, Jordan Clarkson scored 6 goals 3 goals, George Niang scored 3 goals 2 goals, Bojan Borg Danovic scored 4 goals and 2 goals.
It seems that the more talented Jazz is the best shooting night of the year, against a Magic team with only 8 players, and after the trade deadline, when they abandoned their top talents, they joked many times. Think about their future (our favorites: “Illusion” and “Evan”).
Jazz coach Quin Snyder (Quin Snyder) did show some mercy. With 8:03 left in the third quarter, the Jazz rose by 46 points. Snyder withdrew most of the starters’ invitations for the rest of the game-the Jazz coach has been reluctant to do so. This is true even in the lead.
Mitchell led the Jazz with 22 points, while Ingles and Bogdnaovic finished with 17.
This story will be updated.
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