Jazz Commit Fatal Turnovers In Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – The Utah Jazz turned the basketball over 23 times against the Los Angeles Lakers in the second game of the season. The turnovers proved fatal as the Jazz fell to the Lakers.
The Jazz gave the ball away and the Lakers took advantage. Los Angeles scored 22 points off the Utah giveaways.
Utah lost its second game of the year to the Lakers 95-86 at Staples Center on Friday, October 25.
home and back at it tomorrow night pic.twitter.com/yquy7o2fZc
— Utah Jazz (@utahjazz) October 26, 2019
Nearly every Utah player committed a turnover on Friday night. Only Jarrell Brantley and Tony Bradley, who only played four minutes in “garbage time” at the end of the game, didn’t give the ball up.
The Jazz starting lineup combined for 13 turnovers.
The Lakers only turned the ball over 14 times for a total of 17 Utah points. The LA starters only gave up 8 turnovers to the Jazz.
The Jazz fell to a 1-1 record on the season. Los Angeles picked up their first win of the year after losing their opener to the Clippers.
Utah flies home and hosts the Sacramento Kings on Saturday, October 26 at 7 p.m. The Kings fell to Portland Trailblazers 122-112 on Friday night. They have an 0-2 record.
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