With 5 games remaining, the Utah Jazz (36-42) hosted the Sacramento Kings (27-51) on Wednesday night and wrapped in another win 103-91, to keep their momentum rolling.
More importantly to the team, the Jazz improved on some smaller fronts; rebounding the ball and their passing; generating more clean and crisp assists which opened up a lot of great 3 point shots for players open on the permitter.
47 Rebounds total
23 Assists total
Today after practice head coach of the Jazz, Quin Snyder said that he was happy with the performance. The Jazz had 16 turnovers against Sacramento- which the team will continue to work on handling the ball.
LISTEN TO QUIN SNYDER TALK WITH THE MEDIA FOLLOWING PRACTICE HERE:
During a drubbed performance by the Jazz in the first half, Trey Burke launched the ball from 60 ft out and drained the shot on the buzzer.
The Jazz came back into the game after half-time, with more energy, and played with more efficiency.
Rodney Hood – 20 pts
Derrick Favors – 18 pts
Rudy Gobert – 12 pts
Dante Exum – 12 pts
Gordon Hayward – 4 pts
Points scored from off the bench:
Trey Burke 11
Joe Ingles 10
Trevor Booker 6
Chris Johnson 6
Jeremy Evans 4
The Jazz continue to prepare for each opponent individually – they will host the Memphis Grizzlies (36-42) on Friday, April 10th 2015 at EnergySolutions Arena at 7:00pm.