Warriors Look To Remain Undefeated During The Playoffs/ Warriors-Jazz preview


The venue switches to the ‘Nightlife’ of Utah for game 3 of these playoffs. Last game Gordon Hayward showed out in his 40 minutes of play with 33 points on 21 shots. Golden States big 4 combined for 83 of the 115 scored for the Warriors.

Stephen Curry came out with 23 in the contest also grabbed 4 board, 7 assist and 2 steals. Kevin Durant dropped 25 without breaking a sweat. He got 11 assists and flirted with a triple-double with 7 assists. Klay Thompson scored 14 in his 36 minutes and also 6 boards and 6 assists. Draymond Green scored 21 (5/8 from 3) with 7 rebounds, 6 assist and 4 steals.

Draymond Green hit 4 three in the first quarter to give the Warriors a crowd edge and added momentum to the game. The three hall for Green has been falling at a tremendous rate this playoff run. I love for him to continue to strath the floor and be pivotal for both ends of the basketball.

Only 3 Jazz players scored in double figures while 5 almost 6 players scored in double figures for the Warriors. Golden State dominated in every statistical feat in this game from shooting percentages to rebounds and assist (33 to 19).

When Golden State gets that ball moving in peak form they are the scariest team to go against. Threes start falling, defense falls into play, the crowd gets hype then Curry hits a dagger. That’s the formula and the Warriors follow due to Coach Kerr’s gameplan.

Speaking of which; Coach Kerr is out indefinitely and sure he will not be returning for this series against the Jazz. Coach Mike Brown will be the intern coach for probably the remainder of these playoffs and he’s been coaching these Warriors well and they’ve been playing great Warrior basketball.

Utah will indeed put up a fight for this game 3 as they host the home crowd. Try to do better than Toronto did in their one opener. Okay, Utah?

Game 3 tonight @ 8:30 ET on ABC

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