Bradley’s Double-Double Not Enough In Jazz Loss To Rockets
LAS VEGAS, Nev. – The Utah Jazz finished preliminary play in the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas with an 87-78 loss to the Houston Rockets.
Tony Bradley recorded another double-double with 23 points and 13 rebounds.
Justin Wright-Foreman and Jarrell Brantley did not play as Wright-Foreman left the team due to personal reasons and Brantley had hamstring soreness.
Second round pick Miye Oni posted 8 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists.
The Jazz didn’t shoot the ball well from the three-point-line, connecting on 8-for-27.
From the field, Utah hit 45 percent.
Five players for the Rockets reached double figures led by Chris Clemons with 19 points, Johnathan Williams and Gary Clark each scored 13 points apiece.
Chris Chiozza and Zach Thomas each dropped 12 points.
The Jazz fell to 2-2 in NBA Summer League. They will find out who they will play in their final game in the consolation bracket after not qualifying for the tournament.