The Golden State Warriors swept a Utah Jazz in diversion 4, 121-95, Monday, May 8, 2017, to pierce on to a Western Conference Finals. The diversion took place on Utah’s home court, Vivint Smart Home Arena, in Salt Lake City.
The Warriors came out of a trench banishment on all cylinders and blitzed a Jazz in a initial quarter. Golden State some-more than doubled adult Utah and it seemed this competence spin into a blowout early.
However, a Jazz fought behind in front of their home throng during a second quarter. They flipped a scoring and outdid a Warriors 35-21, to tighten a opening to 8 points, 60-52 during halftime.
The third entertain saw a brief hint by a Jazz and they cut a lead to 6 points, 66-60 in a initial 4 mins of a period. The residue of a entertain was behind and onward scoring by a dual teams until a final notation of a third. The Warriors went on a 6-0 run to finish a duration heading 93-79.
The Warriors went on to possess a final stanza. Utah fought hard, though Golden State’s tough invulnerability and a well-executed fast-break offense were too most for a Jazz to handle. They could never get closer than 12 points a rest of a contest.
Golden State joins a Cleveland Cavaliers as a usually undefeated teams in this year’s playoffs. The prevalence of a Warriors was shown convincingly in this series. They usually trailed for a sum of 11 mins and 55 seconds for a whole array opposite a Jazz.
The Jazz were led by forward, Gordon Hayward who scored 25 points. The Warriors had 4 starters in double figures, led by Stephan Curry, with a game-high 30 points. Draymond Green had a triple-double for Golden State, finishing with 17 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 assists.
The Warriors wait a leader of a Spurs-Rockets array that is now tied during dual games apiece.
Written by D.T. Osborn
Edited by Cathy Milne
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