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Utah Jazz Fall To The Golden State Warriors 106-103

The Golden State Warriors (19-0) remain undefeated on the season as they get by the Utah Jazz (8-8) 106-103 Monday night in front of a sellout crowd at Vivint Smart Home Arena.  The Utah Jazz had their chances but the Warriors stayed poised and hit shots down the stretch.  Stephen Curry showed again why he is the reigning MVP as he calmly hit clutch shots down the stretch.  Curry lead all scorers with 26 points.  Overall, the Warriors hit 14 3-pointers.

The Utah Jazz were led in scoring by Gordon Hayward, who finished the night with 24 points.  Obviously he wanted to pick up the win, but he was pleased with his team’s effort tonight.  Here he is with the media after the loss:

Derrick Favors had a solid night in the loss as he finished with 23 points and 10 rebounds.  Here he is with the media after the game:

Utah Jazz Center Rudy Gobert also finishes with a double-double as he collects 11 rebounds and 13 points.  He also talked with the media after the game:

There was a great atmosphere at Vivint Smart Home Arena tonight as the Jazz hung close throughout the game.  They even were able to take the lead late in the game.  The locker room was disappointed that they lost, but overall everyone seemed pleased with the team’s effort and were happy that they were able to hang with the best team in the NBA.  Here is Utah Jazz Head Coach Quin Snyder with his thoughts after the game:

The Utah Jazz will next be in action Thursday night as they take on the Orlando Magic at home at 7:00 PM.

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