nba.com 3 months ago
The Jazz rolled into Dallas on a three-game win streak, but after getting blown out 118-68 by the Mavericks Wednesday night, they'll leave with more questions than answers. One question, though, might be more pressing than the resthow do they bounce back with a tough Friday-Saturday back-to-back set in Philadelphia and Boston coming up next? Derrick Favors had the least-bad game of any Jazz player, finishing with eight points (on 4-for-8 shooting), four rebounds, one steal and two blocks in 22 minutes. After shooting 7-for-12 to start the game, the Jazz shot only 18-for-68 (26.5 percent) the rest of the wayand they went over nine minutes without a field goal from the time Jae Crowder hit a 3-pointer with 2:44 left in the third quarter until Dant Exum put in a driving layup at the 5:14 mark of the final period.