Kings @ Jazz

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Dkeaton024
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Kings @ Jazz 

Post#1 » by Dkeaton024 » Sun Apr 11, 2021 4:59 am

Kind of an ugly one but a good win. Donovan has been at an MVP level of late and better start getting the attention and noise deserved for it.
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Re: Kings @ Jazz 

Post#2 » by Crunch 99 » Sun Apr 11, 2021 12:35 pm

I missed the game, but nice to see both Conley and Mitchell with efficient Q4s --- Conley 10 points on 4 attempts and Mitchell 14 points on 7 attempts.

Conley has been extremely efficient in Q4 and clutch time this entire season, shooting 54.8%/56.4% in Q4s and shooting 63.2%/50% in clutch time in the last five minutes of game with the teams having a 5 or less point differential, but he takes about half as many shots as Mitchell in Q4 and even less shots compared to Mitchell in clutch time. I keep thinking the Jazz should step up Conley's usage in Q4 and clutch time a bit more to take advantage of his veteran savvy, to take advantage of his still good athleticism and to relieve some of the big burden on Mitchell.
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Re: Kings @ Jazz 

Post#3 » by MTJazzv3 » Sun Apr 11, 2021 9:01 pm

Was indeed nice to see Conley/Mitchell/Ingles carry the team in the 4th. We'll need a lot more of that from here on out.
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