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Jazz Defenseless Against Kings
Posted By Wilson Tarpeh Jr. On Apr 4 2011 @ 2:52 am In Utah Jazz | No Comments
The Utah Jazz just lost their 6th game in a row, this game is a perfect example as to what their season has become. Utah lost to the Sacramento Kings, who have been struggling all year!! The Kings beat the Jazz 106-97 to get their 22nd victory of the year, the Kings led wire to wire in this one!! Utah has really fallen on some rough times, it’s truly been a long year for the Jazz. They lost their Hall of Fame Coach and their All-Star Point Guard, they haven’t been the same since. Sacramento did as they pleased this game while facing little resistance from the Jazz. Tyreke Evans scored 24 points and dished out 10 assists. DeMarcus Cousins had 17 points, 9 boards, and 6 assists!! The Kings shot 51% from the field as a team, Utah did nothing. The Jazz were led by Paul Milsap with 21 points and 7 rebounds, Al Jefferson struggled. Big Al finished with just 11 points, he did grab 9 rebounds though. The only other 2 Jazz players with double-figures were recently signed Kyle Weaver who had 19 and Gordon Hayward who also scored 19. They got little to none in terms of contributions from the rest of the team!! Utah should be ashamed of themselves for loosing this game, they should go out fighting not like this!! Utah didn’t even look like they cared that the Kings were taking it to them, I think this team is ready for a fresh start. Better yet, the organization has to be ready for a fresh start! This year didn’t go well at all, it certainly didn’t get any better after Coach Sloan and Deron Williams departed. If the Jazz didn’t already feel low, they take on the Lakers Tuesday night!!
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