Mitchell 23 points Curry milestone, Jazz Warriors continue winning streak

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getInterUrl?uicrIvZQ=4b692f8e8d4126c882b3ff8d3b6b6348 - Mitchell 23 points Curry milestone, Jazz Warriors continue winning streakBeijing time on January 24th, the NBA regular season continued. The Golden State Warriors challenged the Utah Jazz away. The Jazz established a double-digit lead in the first quarter and led by 30 points in the third quarter, making the game lose suspense early. Take the Warriors 127-108 to win eight straight.

In this campaign, the Jazz made a total of 20 three-pointers, Mitchell 23 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists, Conley 17 points, Gobert 11 points and 14 rebounds, Bojan 14 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists.

For the Warriors, Curry has 24 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists, surpassing Reggie Miller to rise to second place in the history of three-pointers, Wiseman has 15 points and 5 rebounds, Wiggins has 13 points and 5 rebounds. .

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The first quarter of the competition, Royce O’Neal and Conley scored three-pointers, and then Conley hit another three-pointer. At this time, the Jazz were already 9-0 in the lead. Gobert then hit the basket and Royce O’Neal hit a three-pointer. The Jazz directly stopped the Warriors with a 14-0 start. Curry scored the ball from Ubre and broke the ice, and the Warriors finally got their first scoring of the field. Royce O’Neal made another three-pointer. At this time, the Jazz were already leading 19-2. Curry made a three-pointer, Wiggins also made a three-pointer, and the Warriors reached 10 points. At the last moment, Curry played Gobert and scored. The latter made two free throws. Clarkson sent dunks and Ubreton threw On a hit, the Jazz led 39-30.

At the beginning of the second quarter, Wanamaker scored 2+1, the Jazz then blasted a wave of 10-2, Oublay stopped the bleeding with two free throws, the Warriors fell behind 36-49, and then Lee broke through and scored , The Jazz continued to play hard inside and then blasted a wave of 9-1, the gap between the two sides came to 21 points. Green and Wiseman scored consecutively, but Bogdanovic hit a three-pointer, Curry retaliated with a three-pointer to tie Miller, Mitchell broke through, and Gobert sent a fly buckle. The Warriors fell behind 47-71. The Jazz then scored two three-pointers in a row. After three quarters, the Jazz led 77-47.

Fighting again, Mitchell scored a layup, Curry hit a three-pointer to surpass Miller’s milestone, Wiseman sent a fly buckle, the Jazz made another three-pointer to 84 -54 leads. Conley then made a throw, Curry stopped the bleeding with a three-pointer, Wiggins made a layup, Favos made two free throws and Inge Als hit another three-pointer, and the Jazz led 98-66. Curry scored 2+1, Niang hit a three-pointer again, and the Jazz were already 34 points ahead. Anderson stopped the bleeding with a three-pointer, Ingles hit another three-pointer, Gobert hit a layup, and the Jazz took the lead 108-72 after the three quarters.

In the last quarter of the game, Ingles broke through to widen the point difference, and then Clarkson made a jumper again. At this time, the Jazz had a 40-point lead. Lee stopped the bleeding with a three-pointer, Clarkson hit another three-pointer, Pascal made a jumper, and then the two sides replaced the bench lineups, the difference between the two sides has been maintained at about 30 points, the game completely lost suspense, the Warriors suffered a fiasco in the away game.

Starting by both parties

Warriors:Curry, Wiggins, Ubre, Draymond- Green, Wiseman

Jazz:Conley, Mitchell, Pogdanovic, Royce O’Neill, Gobert