Jazz Tie Franchise Record For Threes Made In Win Over Knicks
NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. – The Utah Jazz couldn’t miss against the New York Knicks as they tied a franchise record with 20 made three-pointers in their 137-116 win over the New York Knicks.
Utah made 20 shots from downtown on 42 attempts for 47 percent. Through three quarters, Utah was 16-for-33 from deep.
The Knicks went 13-for-31 from beyond the arc in their disappointing home loss.
The Jazz had seven players make a three-pointer throughout the game.
Joe Ingles had the hot hand as he connect on 6 three pointers in 9 attempts to go with his 18 points. Donovan Mitchell scored 30 points through three quarters and went 5-of-9 from beyond the arc.
Jae Crowder added 15 points off the bench with 3 made shots from deep in 8 attempts. Kyle Korver was 3-for-8 as well from downtown for 9 points.
Raul Neto, Royce O’Neale and Grayson Allen all made one three-pointer and combined for four attempts.
Utah ties the franchise record that was set in their 139-105 home win over the San Antonio Spurs on December 4.