By: Madeleine Lopez
The Utah Jazz defeated the Sacramento Kings 104-84 Saturday night at Vivint Smart Home Arena. The Jazz started the game off slow trailing 11-0 against the Kings but eventually put points on the board after playing aggressive defense that stopped the Kings key player, DeMarcus Cousins. Once the Kings starting five kept turning the ball over, all of the Utah Jazz players were able to dominate on the court. The crowd went wild when Raul Neto scored two major three pointers, and every steal, dunk, and swat Gobert delivered to the table. The Utah Jazz didn’t just come to play tonight, they came to dominate and win. Coach Quinn, Joe Ingles, and Gordon Hayward talked with the media after the game about the difficulties they faced during the beginning of the game and how they were able to change their pace and win. The Jazz have a three day break until they play the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday, December 14.
Head Coach Quin Snyder:
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